Hello again, this is Brittany over at Mommy on Demand. Merry (post) Christmas!! I hope everyone had a great Christmas and hopefully Santa did a great job and you all got spoiled. My little family had a great Christmas. We had lots of traveling and we spent lots of time visiting with family and friends. Even though my little boy caught a little bug we still had a fun time playing with all of his new toys.
Well I know this post is Christmas related but I have had this post all ready to go but plans changed expectantly. My lap top decided to catch a virus of its own and went out of commission for a few days. So instead, Shauna was nice enough to let me reschedule my posting for today. So since Christmas is now over these cute little Rudolph noses won’t really work now. So instead of making these for Christmas grab the kids Christmas candy and make these for the New Years celebrations instead. These cute little “Rudolph noses” were so easy to make and they were a big hit with the kids. They all had a lot of fun helping me make them and they all loved helping me eat them. They are a great combo of sweet and salty in one great bite!
- 1 Bag Rold Gold pretzel twists
- 1 Bag Hershey Kisses or Rolos
- 1 Bag Holiday M&M's
- On a cookie sheet lay pretzels out on silicone mat or parchment paper. Unwrap the same amount of candies as you do pretzels. Bake at 350 degrees for 5 minutes. Pull out of oven and immediately add M&M on top gently pushing down. Let cool for about an hour or until the chocolate hardens.
Here are a few other recipes you might enjoy today while you’re here: