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3 Ingredient Christmas Pretzel Treats – an Easy Christmas Treats Recipe

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My 3 ingredient Christmas Pretzel Treats are exactly what you should make when you’re hard-pressed for time

but really want to give your friends, neighbors, child’s teachers, or the mailman a home-baked Christmas treat!

You know how there’s that one recipe that is made on repeat, every year when the holidays roll around?

Christmas Pretzels is one of those recipes!

Christmas Pretzel Treats

Last night we had a friend visit our home for the first time and with it being the Christmas season, I really wanted to send her home with a Christmas plate laden with home-baked treats.

Ideally, this would mean a plate filled with Chocolate Crinkle Cookies, Coconut Snowballs, or even several 3 ingredient Christmas Oreo Cookie Balls and 3 ingredient shortbread cookies.

Ideally.

But when she called fifteen minutes before setting foot into our home, I knew I needed to find something quick and easy to make.

Cue the choral music in the background: 

This easy Christmas treats recipe-

3 ingredient Pretzel Christmas Treats!

3 ingredient Christmas Pretzel Treats - Mommy Snippets

Some people even call these Pretzel Christmas Cookies.

What you need to make Christmas Pretzel Treats

All you need are:

That’s it!

4.91 from 10 votes
3 ingredient Christmas Pretzel Treats {Recipe}
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
4 mins
Total Time
8 mins
 

Easy 3 ingredient Christmas Treats recipe

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: English
Keyword: no bake
Servings: 10
Author: Marina
Ingredients
  • 20 pretzel twists, squares. Try and find pretty, if possible, Christmas themed, pretzels
  • 20 Caramel Rolos OR Hershey's Kisses (I love doing the Almond ones or even the Candy Cane ones)
  • 20 Christmas M&Ms Red and Green colored M&Ms
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 300 degrees Fahrenheit

  2. Arrange the pretzels on a baking tray lined with parchment paper
  3. Place a Rolo/Hershey's Kiss in the center, on top of each pretzel
  4. Once done, pop the tray in the oven for 3-5 minutes (As soon as you see the Rolos/Kisses beginning to melt, pull the tray out of the oven)

  5. Remove and quickly but gently place a red/green M&M on each softened Rolo/Hershey's Kiss

  6. Set aside to cool (Or to hurry the process, pop into the refrigerator for about 15-20 minutes)

  7. And voila, your Christmas Pretzel Treats are ready!

Now that you have your treats ready to gift, consider some festive packaging options?

Add these printable Christmas tags and gift these to your neighbor next door,

or make a Christmas treats assortment to share at a Christmas treats exchange.

What’s the easiest Christmas sweet You make?

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23 Comments

  1. Those little treats are so easy to make, I am going to have to try this! I usually just bake a ton of cookies during the holidays, I need to switch it up a little!

  2. Those look so good. And also super easy. That will be a perfect Christmas treat to take to my familys get together. Thanks for the info.

  3. These are a favorite! We just have a problem sharing them. šŸ˜‰ It’s almost as if they are made and really don’t last 24 hours in our house.

  4. I love that these are so quick to whip up! I need to make more cookies. I keep making treats and then eating them (with help, of course) instead of giving them away!

  5. Oh my…These are calling me. I hear my name….They look absolutely delicious! šŸ™‚ Will have to try!

  6. We make these and they are super tasty! My favorite is chocolate peppermint bark because it only has two ingredients! šŸ™‚

  7. I just might make these this week to take to my mom’s house. They look so good, and I’m going with Rolos!

  8. These are always a big hit in my house. I could devour a plate in a day without even meaning it.

  9. I made some of these the other day, half with M&Ms, and half with walnut pieces on top since my husband loves nuts. My quickest Christmas treat is probably my Rocky Road Squares – like 5 minutes to make, then they just have to cool.

  10. I have made these and they are always a big hit. They can also be changed up for different holidays by changing the colors on the M & M’s.

  11. Who doesn’t have a shortage of time right around now? The quickest treat I make are slice and bake cookies. But these pretzels treats are just as easy, homemade, and probably much better. Great idea, and thanks for sharing.

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