Halloween Rolo Pretzel Treats

Rolo Pretzel Halloween Treats with Bats & Jacks {Great neighbor gift!}

One of my favorite holiday treats is Rolo Pretzel Turtles.  Have you ever had them?  Think of them as inexpensive versions of the chocolate turtles you can get at Christmastime.  Yum!  I love to give them as neighbor gifts.  Well, guess what?  They are perfect for Halloween, too!

Rolo Pretzel Halloween Treats with Bats & Jacks {Great neighbor gift!}

Grab some Bats & Jacks Pretzels, Pecans (or Walnuts), and Rolo candies, and you are ready to go!


  • Bats & Jacks Pretzels (made by Utz)
  • Rolo Candies
  • Pecan or Walnut Halves

(Each treat uses one pretzel, one Rolo and one pecan half.)

Rolo Pretzel Halloween Treats with Bats & Jacks {Great neighbor gift!}


  1. Heat oven to 300°F, and arrange the pretzels on a waxed paper-lined cookie sheet.  (I have put the treats directly onto the cookie sheet before.  It still worked, but I lost a few pretzels that broke when I tried to remove them.  Skip the waxed paper at your own risk!)
  2. Top each pretzel with one Rolo candy, and put them in the oven for 3 to 5 minutes.  It really depends on your oven how long it will take.  Just watch them.  Once the chocolate gets shiny, that means it’s time to remove the treats from the oven.  (The candies need to soften–not melt.)
  3. Immediately press a pecan half onto each Rolo.  (You want to squish the Rolo into the holes of the pretzel.)
  4. Cool completely and serve!  (I serve the Halloween version with a few plain pretzels so that the bats and jacks are visible.)

Rolo Pretzel Halloween Treats with Bats & Jacks {Great neighbor gift!}

Don’t forget to save a few for the rest of the family!  I could eat ten in one sitting!  (That might explain why my waistband feels a little tight!)

You might enjoy these treats, too!  (Images are linked.)

Flourless Chocolate Cake from {I Love} My Disorganized Life on OneCreativeMommy.com {Gluten free and delicious!}

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Must-try Oreo-stuffed Cupcakes {Just try to eat one without getting frosting on your nose. I dare you!}

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  1. Oh my Heidi! Those looks scrumptious! I am thinking those woudl be good ANY time of year, not just on Halloween…. Perhaps on MY birthday!!!
    Thanks for sharing!!

    hugs x, Crystelle
    Crystelle Boutique

  2. These were given to me last Christmas as a little gift. Everything you say about them is true – they didn’t last long!

  3. These look TERRIFIC !!
    I don’t think they’d last long with my family :)

  4. Oh wow – these look so addictive and yummy! Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  5. Thanks, Heather. You’re right. They are totally addictive. Once you try one, you’re in trouble!

  6. These look delicious and a super fun treat for Halloween. Thanks for sharing at the Pinworthy Projects Party!

  7. Stopping by from Less Laundry More Linking – These pretzel bites look amazing!! Pinning!

  8. Hi there, I found this via Family Fun Friday. These look amazing and would be perfect for a church gathering or classroom party. I will give it a try! thanks!

  9. Heidi, I love these! What a fun and yummy treat!! Just pinned! You were featured at Pick of the Bunch this week. Thank you so much sharing at A Bouquet of Talent. Have a fabulous weekend. :)

  10. These look delish! Thanks for linking up to Less Laundry, More Linking party!

  11. Love this idea to bring as a hostess treat (using leftover Halloween candy!) Shared this on my Google+ page as well :)

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