Pecan Caramel Candies Recipe
- 54 pretzels
- 54 Rolo candies (about 11 ounces)
- 54 pecan halves
- 1. Preheat oven to 250°. Place pretzels 1 in. apart on foil-lined baking sheets. Top each with a Rolo candy.
- 2. Bake 3-4 minutes or until candies are softened. (Rolos will still retain their shape.) Immediately top with pecans, pressing to spread candy into pretzel. Let stand until set. Yield: 4-1/2 dozen
1 piece: 44 calories, 2g fat (1g saturated fat), 1mg cholesterol, 24mg sodium, 6g carbohydrate (4g sugars, 0 fiber), 1g protein.
Reviews for Pecan Caramel Candies
"Have made these many times . Everyone really enjoys them."
"These are very sinful...bet you can't eat just one! Made them at Christmas and 5 year old nephew cried when I was taking them home. Needless to say they stayed with him to his mothers dismay! He got them again as a surprise on his birthday in March! Looks like this will be his gift every year! EVERYONE loves the combination of chocolate, salty, nutty and pretzel. Great recipe"
"This was fast and easy recipe"
"I started out making 1 batch of these for Xmas 2 years ago..then I had to make a second batch because they didn't make it to Xmas eve! These make a great little gift for any occasion or party. I place them in a nice container along with the recipe-because I know they disappear fast & everyone asks for the recipe. I have turned so many people onto these little gems. They are easy, fast to make and are perfectly crunchy, sweet, salty & gooey. To change them up I've used walnuts & festive colored M&M's..but they are perfect the way they are...thanks Taste of Home & Julie for another winner!"
"These candies are very easy to make and taste great!"
"Very easy to make!"
"I have made this recipe so many times and they never last very long. Everyone loves them."
"easy, delicious, can't ever seem to make enough of them."
"These taste great and look so fancy! The kids are thrilled to open the wrappers for you. :)"
"YUM! Way to easy. So addicting!"
"The "hardest" part was not getting frustrated while opening all those little candies."
"I am yet to make these... but a friend made them for us for Christmas last year. They are unbelievably good! I could not stop eating them! Will definitely have to make them this year!"
"A friend shared this recipe with me two years ago. Since then my family has looked forward to them around Christmas time. This past Christmas my grandchildren helped make them and we had so much fun. I think they enjoyed making them as much as eating them. When I make a batch they disappear so fast my husband says I need to hide some until the kids go home. LOL Even grown up "kids" love these treats."
"These are awesome! They're easy to make but look fancy & everyone loves them!"
"This is so good. My friend who doesn't like pretzels, caramel or pecans--loves this. Go figure. We who like all those ingredients love this. easy and fun to make. My grandkids and I are making this after school."
"My husband expects these for every holiday. Super easy to make, and unwrapping the Rolos keeps the kids entertained for a while. This is one of the best recipes ever from Reiman."
"I make these candies nearly every year as gifts for friends and family. They are super easy to make and everyone loves them! It's a great gift for teachers, mail carriers or anyone you want to give something special to!"
"This is my "go to" recipe for a quick treat or gift. I'm not that crazy about caramel and I still really enjoy them. One of my all time favorite Reiman recipes."
"These are SO good. I've made them a lot and whenever I give some to people, they want the recipe. They are REALLY easy to make as well. I'd recommend this recipe to everyone."
"So easy my 3 & 6 year olds helped. Delicious."
"YUMMY!! I'm going to make these for my Christmas gift bags!!"
"I've made these many times, and they are very good. But I can't seem to find the Rolo candies anymore."
"If you look at the bottom they resemble "paws" so I call them Teddy Bear Paws.[email protected]"
"these are the best! never any left wherever we take them. I just call them 'turtle bites'."