Playing with Pretzels

Pretzel rods, chocolate chips melted, almond bark melted, and sprinkles. Yummy!

23 comments

Amelia said...

Sounds and looks great!

Laurie Anne said...

{mouth watering}...Still no scratch and sniff screen! :)

Darlene said...

Oh YUM!!! Those look delicious. Stay warm Stacey.♥

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh My Gosh..
Good Morning Sweetie. My daughter Heidi Girl made some of these the other day and surprised me with them. She knows I love coconut and she added coconut to mine. They are absolutely sinful. Try that on them next time. You will love it.

I am lovin your little cup with the gingerbread man. So delightful and whimsical.

Thanks for sharing. Please stop by and say hi. I love it when you do.

Country hugs...Sherry

Donna said...

These look yummy! Thanks for sharing!

glenda said...

Looks like something to do on a cold day, and enjoy by the fire...
Yummy!!
Glenda @SerendipityCottage

Carol said...

I love the combination of sweet & salty! Your treats look delicious!

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Stacey!!!!!!

Girl, I haven't had my breakfast yet and this is making me soooo hungry. Yummy!!!

Barb ♥

April said...

I love pretzels any way they come!

Lisa said...

Now you've got the perfect snack at your house! Salty and sweet!

Melissa Miller said...

Great ideas for de-stessing Stacey! I need to try a few.

The pretzels look delish! ;)

Amy said...

My favorite! House is finally decorated now it's time for baking some treats.

My Vintage Modern Farmhouse... said...

I have never made these but have eaten them and they are yummy. Maybe I will try them this year.

Hugs,
LeAnn:)

karen said...

Hi Stacey,
Your pretzles look so yummy. Perfect Holiday snack!

Kathleen Grace said...

I have always wanted to try those! they look so good:>)

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

These are my favorite! I can NOT resist! We had a fresh Annie's pretzel at the mall today! OH MY!

Jessica {The Novice Chef} said...

I make something like this every Christmas! So fun and festive!

Beverly@My Sew Sweet Studio said...

Mmmm...those do look yummy. I think I could do that with my grandkids. Wonder if there would be any left to display. Cute cup.

Brenda @Cozy Little House said...

I've got to try this. I hear that "sweet and salty" tastes really good.
Brenda

Ginger said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I have been to yours several times and really love it. Yes, I have been to Inspirations a lot, I try to go to both of them when I can. Tammys A Spot for Tea used to be on NW Expressway in a little shopping mall with an antique store next door to her and then she moved to her new place at 39th and Meridian. Go check it out, it is lovely. Hope to see you again.

Ginger

Ginger said...

Another thing, while Im here, I scrolled down and saw your peanut butter no bake cookies. My mom used to make those for us when we were kids. She cut the recipe out of the newspaper and the caption above the recipe read "Cool Cookie Pleases Cook" so that is what we called them all my life. They are one of my kids favorites when they were growing up. Good arent they?
Ginger

Blondie's Journal said...

I make these too, Stacey and they get eaten up faster than I can keep up with!! Yours look so cute & yummy!! ;-)

xoxo
Jane

Just a little something from Judy said...

In my mind...this is the perfect combination, and you shared it so creatively.