Rolo’s Treat Recipe & Easter with HERSHEYS Candy and Giveaway! ends 3/31 #BunnyTrail

Everything Mommyhood received product from Hershey’s and a stipend from Global Influence for this posting. All opinions are 100% my own and is not influenced in any way.

Candy_EasterEaster is right around the corner (April 20th!), and I know our family has a ton of traditions for Easter. Growing up I remember picking out that perfect Easter dress, going to Easter service at church, having a huge Easter dinner, and of course an Easter egg hunt.

Now that I have my own family we have traditions of our own. We love coloring eggs, having an Easter egg hunt, putting together an Easter basket for the kiddos, and even going to a few Easter festivals they have around our area. We even have an Easter party with our fellow playgroup members with a huge Easter Egg hunt! I also LOVE creating Easter themed treats for my kids too.

PretzelRolosI made these super quick and easy treats with only 3 ingredients. These are always a hit and are perfect for having company over, Easter, or any holiday for that matter!

1 Bag of HERSHEY’S Rolo’s
1 Bag of whole pecans
1 Bag of mini pretzels

1- Lay all of your pretzels down on a cookie sheet, top with a rolo, and top with one whole pecan.
2- Bake at 350 for just 5 minutes or until you see the chocolate start to melt.
3- Let them cool and enjoy!

I found a ton of great recipes on and ideas for super cute treats other than what I made. I’m always looking for new ideas, and HERSHEY’S does not disappoint.

These Coconut Marshmallow Nests are adorable and I know my kids would love them. They would be a great addition to an Easter gathering or party, or even a Spring themed event!
Coconut Marshmallow NestsOf course this is just one of many recipes that is found on as there are many more!

We received a ton of great candy from HERSHEY’S and I plan on making my kids Easter baskets with all of the goodies they sent me. Unfortunately my kids won’t be able to have any of the Jolly Rancher Jelly Beans, as those were immediately claimed by myself and were gone weeks ago! I may have to pick up another bag for them to enjoy as well. Maybe.

Now for the giveaway!
One lucky winner will receive an assortment of HERSHEY’S Easter candy.
US Residents only, 18 and up.
One entrant per household. Void where prohibited by law.
Winner will be chosen randomly via the Giveaway Tools entry form and will be emailed.
Winner will have 48 hours to claim prize before a new winner is chosen.
Giveaway ends 3/31/2014 at 11:59pm CST.

Disclosure: Everything Mommyhood received the items mentioned above for the posting and promotion of her review and this giveaway. We also received a promotional item from Global Influence.  All opinions are 100% our own and were not influenced in any way.  Everything Mommyhood is not responsible for prize shipment, HERSHEY’S is responsible for prize fulfillment. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google, and any other social media are not affiliated with this posting or giveaway. This disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. If you have any questions, please email


  1. Julie Wood says:

    My favorite Easter tradition that I do every year is -I like having dinner at my sister’s house and we have a big Easter egg hunt, and give Easter Baskets to all the nieces and nephews. I also bring a dish and dessert and have a great time with the whole family!

  2. Julie Wood says:

    I like the Spring Surprise Chocolate Cupcakes

  3. We started a new tradition 4 years ago where the adults got to do an easter egg hunt as well as the kids. I’ve got to say that’s my favorite because it’s hilarious to watch everyone act like kids again.

  4. I like the easter bunny egg racers.

  5. My favorite Easter traditions are making up Easter baskets and having an Easter egg hunt. Then it’s off to Easter mass followed by dinner.

  6. shelly peterson says:

    Our favorite thing to do every year is the Easter egg hunting.

  7. My favorite tradition is the egg hunt because the kids get so excited and they also get some exercise doing it!

  8. shelly peterson says:

    I like the coconut cake nests recipe.

  9. amy guillaume linderman says:

    we love coloring eggs-sometimes we go to color eggs at the grandparents houses. i love hiding them outside for the kids.

  10. I would love to try the Sugared Chocolate Eggs recipe

  11. sheri anderson says:

    On Easter our family goes to church in the morning. Then we come back to search for the Easter Baskets hiding somewhere in the house. In the mid afternoon we have a Easter family feast for all of us and enjoy the wonderful time together!! Thanks!

  12. Going to church, reading a book we have called The First Story of Easter and spending time with family and friends!

  13. Jessica Medina says:

    Hugs & Kisses goody bags are cute!

  14. kari connelly says:

    We hide the kids baskets

  15. The kids are grown up and out of the house. We don’t do anything special.

  16. abbie guerrero says:

    Easter Egg hunts at the Fire Departments. I love Easter!

  17. Marie B. says:

    My favorite Easter tradition is dinner with the required ham. I also eat ridiculous amounts of candy and wait for the markdown at the stores.

  18. everyone comes over and eats, what a great way to keep the family close and remembering what we are thankful for.

  19. I like getting the kids all dressed up for Church. But I also like the family egg hunt we have. The kids all count and sort and swap their loot, much like Halloween after it’s over.

  20. Going to church

  21. Elizabeth Bovender says:

    We usually spend all Holy Week celebrating… We also try and come up with unique Easter Baskets for each child…. At least one Big Item we know that they like…. and eggs filled with Candy that we know they will like (not too much)….

  22. laura ari says:

    My favorite tradition is hiding the Easter baskets and watching the kids discover them!

  23. We don’t have any Easter traditions yet as the kids were too young last year ( only one year apart) and still pretty young this year. The one thing we did do was to get each of them new outfits, and we’ll probably do that this year too 🙂

  24. I like the recipe for Choco-Berry Bavarian Cream, wow, very chocolaty yummy! 🙂

  25. Hiding eggs for the kids.

  26. charity A says:

    Chocolate cheese pie recipe looks amazing!

  27. Cassandra Smith says:

    When I was younger I LOVED Easter egg hunting… Then I grew up and food was awesome… Now I have kiddos and Easter Egg hunts is fun again!!!=)

  28. We go to church and the to my in-laws to eat.

  29. jennifer wexler says:

    my favorite is hiding easter eggs and letting the kids find them. It’s also fun watching them see what’s inside

  30. I like the Peanut Butter Chip Banana Muffins

  31. Coloring eggs with my grandchildren.
    Sally toerner

  32. jennifer wexler says:

    HERSHEY’S “PERFECTLY CHOCOLATE” Easter Bunny Cake is super cute

  33. I love watching my girls hunt for eggs.

  34. I really love the Reese’s racers

  35. We have an Easter egg hunt with al of the kids and a nice family dinner – a fun Easter tradition

  36. the egg racers are really cute!

  37. I enjoy hosting an Easter Egg hunt for my kids and their cousins every year.

  38. I like dying easter eggs and cooking a ham for dinner.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

  39. Shelley Beachy says:

    Our favorite tradition is the big egg hunt. We hide eggs with candy, small change, and other goodies inside for the kids to find. We also enjoy a big family meal and play games together.

  40. Shelley Beachy says:

    the Hershey’s peanut butter kissed pie looks like a winner!

  41. wendi watson says:

    i do not care how old my kids get there will always be egg coloring and an Easter Egg Hunt!

  42. missy sands says:

    my favorite tradition would be dying easter eggs the night before, then church early on easter day, after that to grandmas to eat dinner and hide the eggs for all the little ones to find. those are the memories of all my easters


  44. missy sands says:

    the birds nest cupcakes are so cute . I might try to make them this yr.

  45. Linda Madden says:

    We all go to church then have our Easter egg hunt for the grandkids followed with a big ham dinner. A very nice family day.

  46. abedabun dawn says:

    What is my favorite Easter Tradition? Sunrise service at church.

  47. Linda Madden says:

    I am going to try and make the beautiful Hersheys Foil Egg Wreath!! I love it!!

  48. I gorge on coconut cream eggs.

  49. The Chocolate Macaroon Bars look awesome.

  50. lbuttedal says:

    We hide all the grandkids baskets and write out clues for them to follow. We also have a big family dinner

  51. lbuttedal says:

    I limestone road rally craft

  52. Our year Easter tradition is our Annual Easter Egg Hunt for the kids. Then we have Easter dinner for everyone.

  53. Hunting for chocolate Easter eggs is my favorite tradition. We search indoors, not outdoors, but it’s still fun, and the kids have a blast.

  54. I like the recipe for the Chocolate Cherry Fudge.

  55. Debbie Jackson says:

    My favorite tradition is meeting in the park for an extended family egg hunt..after Easter dinner. My favorite craft/recipe was the Easter bonnets and the birds flock together birdhouse.

  56. Debbie Jackson says:

    OH My favorite tradition is meeting in the park for an extended family egg hunt..after Easter dinner. My favorite craft/recipe was the Easter bonnets and the birds flock together birdhouse.

  57. My favorite Easter recipe on the Hershey’s site is the Chocolate Marble Cheesepie…yum!

  58. I like decorating the eggs but my favorite tradition is our egg hunt. We always do a guys vs girls egg hunt. Every year there are always a few we don’t find.

  59. One of my favorite Easter traditions is decorating eggs with my daughters. Thanks for the review and givewaway!

  60. I like the recipe for Peanut Butter Easter Bonnets. They look so pretty and sound delicious!

  61. Heather B says:

    My favorite tradition is the scavenger hunt we do with the kids. Just like my mother did for my brother and I when we were little.

  62. We like making anything with chocolate!! Yum!! Yum!!!

  63. The Easter egg hunt with my kids!! It’ll be my youngests’ first time participating in it this year!

  64. Heather Rubin says:

    Going to my Mom’s house for an EAster egg hun with all of the kids. Of course eating a TON of Cadbury eggs by myself….

  65. We always decorate eggs, trying many different methods and having lots of laughs at failed attempts. On Easter we do an egg hunt and have a nice brunch.

  66. I love our annual Easter Egg hunt tradition. It is so much fun for the adults and the kids 🙂

  67. Cathy French says:

    My favorite tradition started by my mother was she would make a list of rhyming clues alluding to where candy and other gifts would be around the house.

  68. Cathy French says:

    my favorite recipe I found was the bird’s nest cupcakes

  69. My favorite Easter tradition is going to our local Easter Egg Hunt! 🙂

  70. natalie yeoman says:

    my favorite tradition is going over my grandmas every year for easter dinner

  71. Beanybopp says:

    We get together for Easter dinner and have an easter egg hunt which should be fun this year since our son is old enough to finally participate.

  72. Debbie Frick says:

    Our favorite tradition is to have an Easter egg hunt and go to xhurch

  73. I love when my son hunts for Easter eggs & his Easter baskets. I also enjoy going to community Easter Egg hunts.

  74. Tammy Marie Markham says:

    when i was little, i, as well i’m sure a lot of you was waking up and going into the living room and seeing that the Easter bunny had brought a big beautiful basket with a nice big stuffed bunny inside Now my favorite tradition is going to church Easter morning and then going home and making a nice dinner for my family and myself.

  75. My fav recipe is the HERSHEY’S “PERFECTLY CHOCOLATE” Easter Bunny Cake. reminds me when I was lil & my Italian grandmother would have these for dessert on Easter

  76. Tammy Marie Markham says:

    i really like the ideas about the sports baskets, like the Baseball Basket. if you have a child that likes sports, i think they would really like something like this.

  77. Janette Polivka says:

    Wow, I had to pin those rolo treats. I love chocolate covered pretzels and that is a nice twist to it. Sounds wonderful. Can’t wait to try. thanks

  78. Seyma Shabbir says:

    Our favorite Easter tradition is looking for easter eggs. Also we love to eat chocolate bunnies! LOL

  79. Marilyn Nawara says:

    Our tradition is dinner with the family. Everyone brings a dish to pass and their favorite dessert.

  80. Marilyn Nawara says:

    I like the Bird’s Nest Cupcakes

  81. Dawn Sterner says:

    We have a Easter egg hunt for the kids & we hide their baskets then we have an amazing Easter dinner!

  82. Dawn Sterner says:

    I love the Bunny & Chick Candy Holders, these would be so cute for my daughter to take to school!

  83. I really enjoy the home coming at church and having dinner on the ground,…The children always liked hunting for the lucky egg,

  84. joyce baker says:

    My family has a big get-together and the kids hunt eggs. We also have a meal.

  85. Well. Back in the day my family actually talked to each other and we would all have a big dinner. Before that when I was a kid we got baskets of candy. One year there was even a big blow up bunny. I don’t do anything now and I don’t have any children.

  86. My favorite Easter tradition is the dying of eggs and the Easter egg hunt. We also celebrate Greek Easter and whole family gets together and we roast a lamb. We also play Greek music and the older ones who remember dance to the Greek music. It’s a lot of fun and a great way to start of spring.

  87. I think the Easter basket cupcakes look really cute and would be fun to make. Although, they look too cute to eat. The Hershey’s Perfectly chocolate bunny looks really good but I have a feeling if i tried this, It would not come out looking that perfect.

  88. Jennifer Rote says:

    My favorite tradition is the egg hunt. Love watching the kids reaction every time they find one.

  89. make cupcakes with the kids and egg hunt

  90. Deborah D says:

    We go to church to celebrate the Lord. then we eat a big family meal.

  91. Deborah D says:

    Grand Finale Cheesecake

  92. Deborah D says:

    I love this recipe. So easy to make & the kids can help!

  93. the kids love to go on easter egg hunts, primarily for the candy but i think they enjoy the thrill of t he hunt as well

  94. i like the Road Rally Egg Hunt craft

  95. I like the coconut cake nests recipe.

  96. I love our annual Easter Egg hunt tradition.This year im gonna plant some jelly beans with my sons in the grass and the next morning lollipops will grow.

  97. Every year my sister and I practice our cake decorating skills and make different professional grade cupcakes or cake 🙂 love to practice our hobby together and we love our family’s reaction when they see/eat them.

  98. I love the chocolate mint bars!

  99. My favorite Easter tradition is dyeing eggs pastel colors! I have been doing this since I was a kid myself!

  100. The Coconut Marshmallow Nests recipe is terrific! I must try this!

  101. julie mruphy says:

    Dying the eggs.

  102. DESIREE H says:

    I love the Easter baskets! 🙂 Making and giving them to whoever.

  103. DESIREE H says:

    Id love to make the Peanut Butter Bunnycakes!

  104. Carolyn M. says:

    The family Easter egg hunt and dinner.

  105. we just have a family dinner because all the kids are grown

  106. Laurie G says:

    I love the chocolate mint dessert and the cute race car treats!

  107. Rebecca Wilson says:

    My favorite tradition revolves around the Easter dinner table. We always have baked ham with deviled eggs and sweet potatoes and often asparagus. Sweet potatoes aren’t very “springy” but they go great with ham, asparagus and any other veggies we get tend to be Spring ones.

  108. Rebecca Wilson says:

    My favorite craft is the Baker’s Basket because I am a cook. It is really cute and a wonderful idea for getting kids to learn to cook early, which often gets them eating better.

  109. Melissa T says:

    In the past it was searching for eggs around the house. But now I have a son so we will start creating new traditions this year!

  110. marian boll says:

    Easter egg hunts for sure.

  111. I like to dye easter eggs, and then hide them around the house

  112. We are just starting Easter traditions for our little family. Growing up my favorite was hiding easter eggs for my siblings. I believe hiding them for my kids will be so much better!

  113. Deborah D says:

    Quick Cinnamon Sticky Buns

  114. I love dyeing Easter eggs with the kids! The hard part is getting the yolk out of the egg!

  115. I love the peanut butter Easter bonnet cookie recipe the most!

  116. Michaela K says:

    We have a huge Easter dinner and hide eggs and candy for the kiddos.

  117. Kris Garvey says:

    We dye eggs every year, and now that my son is getting older we will start our own family traditions such as an Easter Egg Hunt.

  118. Kris Garvey says:

    My favorite Easter craft/recipe on Celebrate with Hershey is the Reese’s Racers – how cute! They’re my son and husband’s favorite candy, too. 🙂

  119. We don’t really have any Easter traditions, other than going to church? Is that sad? haha

  120. The road rally egg hunt looks really fun! I bet my daughter would love to do that!

  121. We still decorate eggs, even though my kids are adults now, and I will probably always do ‘baskets’ for them, we get up Easter morning and go to the sunrise service at Red Rocks, then we have a light breakfast, then a big early lunch or dinner with extended family and friends that don’t have anywhere to go.

  122. My favorite Easter traditions are Easter baskets, Church and the ham dinner my wife and I make.

  123. My favorite Hershey recipe is Velvety Chocolate Cream Pie

  124. Melissa Cunningham says:

    We always hide a golden egg on the toilet.

  125. Robin Abrams says:

    Our Easter tradition is that our kids and grandkids come and spend the night to wake up to Easter morning here with us. Then we have a big Easter dinner and watch the grandkids hunt for Easter Eggs

  126. Robin Abrams says:

    The Festive Peanut Butter Chocolate Fudge looks really good. We are fudge lovers here.

  127. I like the orange rolls since I’m not one much for real sweet things. My favorite Easter tradition is a stick of butter shaped like a lamb.

  128. Tracy Robertson says:

    My favorite Easter tradition is when we get together for a big family dinner. We don’t manage to get all of the relatives together every single year, but it’s great when we do.

  129. Tracy Robertson says:

    My favorite recipe is the Birds Nest Cupcakes! I often treat myself to a cupcake with similar ingredients with the yummy chocolate dollop on top at a bakery. I might try making the Birds Next Cupcakes at home.

  130. nancyfancypink says:

    my favorite Easter tradition is taking the kids to our church egg hunt where they have pony rides! They love it!

  131. We have a giant easter egg hunt on Easter Sunday. Its so fun watching all of the kids and grandkids running around.

  132. My favorite recipe would be the coconut marshmallow nests. Yum, yum!

  133. Stephanie Grant says:

    My favorite Easter tradition is dying eggs the night before Easter with the kids and putting them in a basket by the back door for the Easter Bunny. This is a tradition that my parents started when I was just a small child and I want to continue the tradition with my little family.

  134. Stephanie Grant says:

    I can’t wait to make the Hershey’s Foil Egg Wreath with my kiddo!

  135. after opening baskets at our house we go to my parents house and do a whole day there. opening baskets, eating a big ham dinner. we always all together and that’s the best part

  136. the Road Rally Egg Hunt craft is adorable! my sonwould love to make those little cars!

  137. Autumn R says:

    I really love to dye Easter eggs with the family and also go Easter egg hunting.

  138. Our Easter tradition is Sunday brunch, it’s lots of fun and I look forward to it! It’s a great excuse to eat fattening foods.

  139. Cherie Trisler says:

    Since I cook for Thanksgiving and my mother-in-law cooks for Christmas, we always go to Chinese for Easter.

  140. One tradition we have is to color our Easter eggs on Easter morning. It’s just the two of us, and my spouse is like a little kid, dipping the eggs until they’re just right. Fun!

  141. mayra jakaitis says:

    Having brunch at my parents with all of our family and hunting for eggs.

  142. Jessica M. says:

    I go to church, and hunt for Easter eggs- those are my traditions.

  143. wendi mattson says:

    going to Church and the Easter Egg Hunt!!

  144. I love the Rolos Treat recipe, it’s quick and easy and looks delicious, it’s another perfect Easter treat. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

  145. My favorite Easter Tradition is Easter dinner, I love having all that great food. Another tradition I like is getting Easter candy, we all get a bunch of Easter candy.

  146. Rhonda Best says:

    My favorite Easter tradition is the egg hunt we always have. Sometimes the weather makes us hunt the eggs indoors. 🙂

  147. Rhonda Best says:

    I think it would be fun to make the Easter Basket Cupcakes.

  148. I think because I still have little ones I love the Easter Egg Hunt the best.

  149. Cheryl Conder says:

    I had an easter bunny cake made for me and now I make it for my kids.

  150. Laura ari says:

    I hide the kids Easter baskets. I like that they have to work for their chocolate!

  151. Dawn Monroe says:

    I enjoy being able to have Easter egg hunts again now that we have grandkids. I missed making baskets too.

  152. Dawn Monroe says:

    Id like to try the miniature easter egg tree craft with my grandkids and make the mint chocolate cake.

  153. The Velvety Chocolate Cream Pie from is on my must-make list! It looks divine.

  154. My favorite Easter tradition is having all the kids over for a big ham dinner.Then we have a Easter Egg hunt for all the kids.

  155. I like the Easter Critter Cups~they are too cute. I think that my grandchildren would love making them too!

  156. We buy a family movie and watch it together.

  157. the reese’s racers would be a hit with my sons!

  158. We always have an Easter Egg hunt for our grandson and a big family dinner

  159. The Chocolate Cheesecake Dessert Recipe sounds good!

  160. Jennifer Johnson Prem says:

    My favorite tradition is looking for Easter baskets in the morning!

  161. Jennifer Johnson Prem says:

    Cupcake with candy eggs in the middle

  162. We don’t really have an Easter tradition around our house. We don’t celebrate it, per se, as my mother in law lives with us and she is a Jehovah’s Witness.

  163. Decorating eggs.

  164. My family has a few traditions, but our favorites are dying eggs the week of Easter and finding Easter baskets the morning of Easter!

  165. I love the bird’s nest cupcakes and the Easter lunchbox notes!

  166. I love the rolos recipe with nuts or pretzels. I could eat a sweet and salty mix every day and not tire of it.

  167. Jessica Whitehouse says:

    I always make up Easter baskets for my kids. We don’t have any egg hunts that I would take them to. Instead, I fill their baskets with small toys and candy and surprises.

  168. I like the backpack Easter basket idea. My husband usually comes up with a fun basket idea every year.

  169. Nicole J says:

    I love spending Easter morning at church. And making egg salad sandwiches from leftover dyed eggs.

  170. Baskets at our house and then off to my parents for baskets and dinner

  171. I really like the lunchbox notes

  172. Samantha Daleo says:

    My favorite Easter Tradition is hiding eggs. It gets a little more challenging and expensive as the kids get older but I still do it. Its just fun and something they will always remember. I even hide a few for my husband as a surprise.

  173. Samantha Daleo says:

    I love the Easter Bunny Egg Racers. I have got to try to make those this year!

  174. My favorite Easter tradition is a fun egg and basket hunt for the kids, using clues!

  175. Ashley Irby says:

    We love doing Easter Egg hunts! My little one is almost 4 so he has a ball. We also have a huge Easter dinner!

  176. Victoria says:

    My favorite tradition is the dressing up and basket/egg hunting! I love taking the kids pictures while they are searching for their baskets and eggs in their cute little outfits.

  177. Teresa Thompson says:

    My favorite tradition is the egg hunt we host. I love watching my granddaughters hunt eggs.

  178. I love to color Easter eggs. The colors I love are so brilliant that they make the eggs really stand out. I also like to design Easter baskets with special items. Egg hunts are also fun when you have little ones!

  179. Sue Hull says:

    I love coloring eggs, decorating and hiding eggs for my nieces. Easter is a very special holiday in our family so we have our whole family over for a potluck. So much fun making memories. Thank you 🙂

  180. Sue Hull says:

    I’m going to make some Easter Basket Cupcakes.They’re so cute and look delish!

  181. we have lunch and then hide eggs for the kids

    I like the peanut butter cupcakes

  182. I like the peanut butter bunnycakes

  183. laurie nykaza says:

    =Peanut-Butter-Bunnycakes are so cute my kids would love making them and serving them to grandma too!

  184. Our Easter egg hunt

  185. I like the Vroom Vroom craft

  186. I love dying eggs and then we hide them for the kids to find. I love to go to church on Easter. I love for them to have an Easter basket filled with goodies.

  187. Cassandra Madsen says:

    We do those rolo treats at Christmas, boy do I gain!

  188. I may have missed the giveaway, but I’m so glad I stopped by and saw the Rolo recipe. Rolo’s were my favorite candy as a kid, and I’ve always been crazy about chocolate-covered pretzels, so this is like a dream come true!!!

  189. Paula Morgan says:

    I want to make the little Coconut Nests!! Just a little sweet treat for everyone at our Easter Buffet Table!! ♥

  190. I love the cupcakes!!! I would leave them with just the coconut icing on them and when friends with children come over for dinner, I would have everybody make what they wanted on the cupcake. This would leave the parents free for a cup of tea or coffee after the meal!!!!

    I also love the, “Quick Rolo Treat!!!” It would be just enough of something sweet to have after a meal.

    Great idea!!!! Thank you!!!!

    Have a great weekend!!!!!

  191. I like these bite sized snacks. They are so simple to make too.

  192. nancyfancypink says:

    The Quick Rolos treat sounds and looks so good! AND so easy! I am going to try this as a special snack for Easter this year!


  194. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I would never have had the idea to use mini pretzels as a base for a sweet treat , but this recipe is so easy and sounds so delicious. I shall have to try it soon.

  195. Rebecca Wilson says:

    The quick Rolos treats look fantastic. And sound easy. They have the salty/sweet that I crave and the crunch that makes it satisfying, yum!

  196. thanks for the recipe, I’ll have two. Or four!

  197. The Rolo treats look so yummy. I love Rolo.
    Linda Meyers-Gabbard

  198. I would have to say this is the perfect snack. I love anything with caramel. The pretzel gives it that bit of salt that I crave.

  199. I did the pretzel one with M&Ms on Valentine’s Day (using the seasonal candy). Yum!

  200. Lauren Riemer says:

    These look so easy to make. Oh so delicious too!

  201. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I love the Rolo treats but of course I’d use walnuts since I don’t like pecans too much. I’m sure my grandchildren would love these and they seem so easy to make, thanks for the recipe.

  202. I love the Coconut Marshmallow Nests. They look so cute. I would love to make them this Sunday.

  203. Dorothy Boucher says:

    OMG all that candy and then some 😉 yum love that little recipe idea 🙂 thanks for share

  204. Those are the perfect sized treat. I like that they’re so easy to make.

  205. M.Clark says:

    This is a great recipe for making a quick treat. You don’t have to wait until Easter to make these, and you can use different candies if you want. Thank you for sharing this great recipe idea.

  206. jenn huey says:

    Looks so quick and easy and the kids would love to help with this one and I don’t have to wait for Easter to make it

  207. There are so many different recipes you can make with this candy. They’re really good.

  208. Lynn Hammon says:

    Those little candy recipes would be so much fun for the kids to make next year. They look simple enough and they’re really cute too!

  209. Kelly Faber says:

    I have made these once before and they turned out so yummy and they are easy to make! Perfect Easter treat! I would make these for an appetizer or small dessert treat as well!

  210. Thank you for sharing this. Easter is right around the corner again and I will be trying some of these

  211. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    Thank you for sharing these nice recipes. I really like Rolo’s. I will give this a try

  212. These look so good. I will make them this week.

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This is a sponsored post on behalf of Progresso. All thought and opinions are those of our own. Being a mom and always being on the go is a rough and tiring job, by the time dinner comes around I know I'm already exhausted and wanting to head to bed...but you know, kids, they want dinner. Some of those nights I draw a blank on what we should have for dinner, or I just completely forgot to thaw something out. Just recently I ran into that … [Read More...]

Lunch On The Go and Santa Fe Salad Recipe! Plus a Giveaway! – ends 9/28 #StoredBrilliantly

This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Rubbermaid®. All thoughts and opinions are those of my own. All of you who have followed my blog for awhile now, know that I was a stay at home mom. I recently started working outside the home in the past few weeks. I was separated and divorced last year while living in Georgia and I recently relocated to South Carolina for a fresh start with my kids. Along with that I knew I had to get a job. Which means … [Read More...]

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