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M&M’s® Rolo® Pretzel Bites

Looking for a fabulous, easy treat? How about a little caramelly goodness sandwiched between rich chocolate and a little salty crunch? I’ve got you covered with these rolo pretzel bites. They whip up in just minutes and are perfect for munching during a movie, long car ride or on a weekend getaway. They are also HIGHLY addictive. I’d recommend making a double batch. I made the epic mistake of bringing just a single batch to a family camping trip and they were devoured the first evening. I’m embarrassed to tell you how many I shoved in my face. I could not stop. They were just glorious.

Simply top waffle pretzels with an unwrapped Rolo candy. I used slave labor and had my kids unwrap all the candies. They love helping me.

Bake for a couple of minutes and then press a peanut M&M into the Rolo – smooshing it down into the pretzel. You could use a regular M&M, but I like the peanut crunch on top.

This recipe is proof that if Mars & Hershey combined, they could take over the world. You won’t be able to stop eating these.

There are lots of combinations you could do with these little bites. During the holidays, use just red/green M&Ms. You could use Hershey’s kisses or hugs instead of Rolos (but why on earth would you want to remove the caramel from this recipe?). All you peanut butter/chocolate combo folks could press a peanut butter M&M on top to get your fix. Personally, I think these are perfection just as they are. Gooey caramel, salty pretzel and just the right amount of chocolate with a peanut crunch. Oh. Baby.

M&M’s® Rolo® Pretzel Bites
makes about 50

1 bag Rolo candies
50 waffle pretzels
50 peanut M&M’s

On a large parchment paper lined baking sheet, spread out pretzels in a single layer. Unwrap Rolo candies and place one on top of each pretzel.
Bake at 275° F for 2-3 minutes until Rolo candies are soft.
Remove from oven and quickly press one M&M into each Rolo.
Allow to cool completely.

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Comments

  1. ThatLadyFromMN says:

    Yummy, my Grandma used to make these for us, I love them. 🙂

  2. Hi there. I have searched a few stores now in the last few weeks and I cannot find bags of rolos. Where did you get yours? (since we are virtually in the same city) Thanks!

    • bakerlady says:

      I get mine at either Safeway or Fred Meyer. I know Albertsons has them too. I’ve never had trouble finding them in the candy aisle.

  3. Diane Martin says:

    Mmmmmmmm

  4. Love these! They helped me find you too!

  5. These are delicious & extremely easy to make. I know its hard to believe but we did have some left the next morning. The Rolos had white edges, like chocolate bloom. They are still delicious just not as pretty. What can I do to prevent this? Was my oven too warm? We did 275º for 2 minutes. Suggestions? I’d like to make ahead for a Scouting event. Thank you.

  6. Laura LaCrosse says:

    Rolo minis work great

  7. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe! Super easy and fun to make! They are sooo delicious!

  8. Jkep5478875 says:

    After Halloween if you are lucky, some stores have unwrapped rolls in a bag!!!

  9. Jkep5478875 says:

    Yum

  10. Hey I need to make 27 little baggies of these for family…any idea on how many bags of pretzels, pecans & rolos I will need? Also, how many days in advance do you think I could make these?

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