Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Scrumptious Wednesday: Christmas Goodies for the Neighbors

I love making anything sweet. 
And since I probably shouldn't eat sweets all day, 
it is always nice to have a reason to make something tasty for other people. 
This is a really simple, inexpensive treat that works great for the neighbors. 
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All you need is: 
a bag of pretzels
kisses and hugs candies
M&Ms

Layout the pretzels all of the pan with a kiss or hug on each one. 
Put pan in oven preheated at 350 degrees. Check every minute after 2 minutes.
Mine took 4-5 minutes but they might be done sooner.
You don't want them to completely melt- just softened. 
Immediately put an m&m on each one and press down. 

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Ta-da! 
Deliciousness all around. 

34 comments:

  1. Those look AMAZING, thank you for sharing! I was looking for something cute and sweet to make for people who brighten our day (our favorite mail carrier, our favorite barista, etc.)! These would be PERFECT!

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  2. Wow yum! I'm going to try to do some baking this weekend!

    Xo Jill

    jillianturner.blogspot.com

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  3. What a sweet treat to share! :)and it's also so sweet of you to drop by my blog and leave a comment. Thank you. Following you back ;)

    xo,
    K
    lawsoflifeandlove.blogspot.com

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  4. Those look yummy! What a great idea for a gift!

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  5. oh my god i wish I was you neighbor!!!

    I'm having a blog hop right now and you should come get in on some of that love. ;-)
    -Jamie
    http://chatterblossom.blogspot.com/

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  6. love it! thanks for the good idea...we might be doing this.

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  7. Nom goodness! :) This is perfect for co-workers!

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  8. Those look amazing! I'm excited to try but I First have to try and find hershey kisses here, a challenge I never thought I would have!

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  9. I love making these! So easy and delish!

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  10. Yum these look so easy and festive!

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  11. Got to make myself a batch, looks super yummy.

    Mandy
    http://bunnygirlblog.com

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  12. These are the BEST quick sweet snacks ever! I've made them a few times now. so perfect! Love the way you've packaged them. :)

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  13. Those look great! Following you back! :)

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  14. My Hubsy is a teacher and often gets these from his students at Christmas time. I love them! Though I have never made them. So sweet of you to make for the neighbors, I bet they'll love 'em as much as me ;)

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  15. OMG those look so yummy!! I've been too lazy to make any treats at home. By the way, I am having my 2 year blog anniversary giveaway. I am giving away a Deborah Lippmann nail polish and a golden star necklace. Come check it out!

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  16. Looks like so much fun and looks even more delicious! What is your schedule like before the holidays? Any chance we'll be getting together before the New Year?

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  17. So easy and inexpensive! Totally doing this year.

    Following as Caroline's Day for the bloghop! :)

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  18. mmm, looks so good! I think I am going to steal that idea and do it for our neighbors! Your blog is always so cute and fun to read SarahJane! PS, fun fact for you. Scot & I have talked about naming one of our girls SarahJane. Just sayin' it's adorable.

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  19. and they totally made my lunch the best the next day!

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  20. These are so cute and they look so yummy! What a great recipe!

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  21. I love these little candies. Anything salty and sweet is a winner in my book. They are so cute made with hugs too! Love the stripes...

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  22. Just found your blog through Sweet Pea Sylvie's blog hop, i'm a new follower :)

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  23. those look soo yummy :)

    www.buttonsnbows101.blogspot.com

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  24. Cute idea! They look delicious!

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  25. I will be making these for sure. Although I will have to supplement the kisses for something similar we have in Australia (I don't have access to kisses here :( ) Thanks for visiting my blog http://randomdrawers.blogspot.com.au I'm now your newest follower, and I love your blog.

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  26. Cuteness! I lovee it.

    xoxo,
    B.

    www.thestoryofherandhim.blogspot.com

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  27. *******Turn your oven down to 350 and check them after 2 minutes******** I just put a whole pan of these in the oven for 4 minutes at 400 degrees and the kisses burned and were hard as rock and crumbled when i tried putting the M&M on top...ruined them all :(

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    1. Oh no! I am so sorry that happened! I actually took mine out at 4 and had to keep them in for longer because they werent done. So strange how ovens all work differently!

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    4. I tried making them again last night and 2 minutes at 350 was perfect. But like you said all ovens are different. Might want to update the recipe...better to check them at 2 minutes and have to put them back in the oven than to have the kisses burnt :)

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    5. Great point, I updated it. Thanks!

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