Gluten Free Rolo Pretzels

Sunday, December 24, 2017

These easy-to-make Rolo pretzels are brilliant festive treats are the perfect balance of sweet and salty and they're gluten-free!
These easy-to-make Rolo pretzels are brilliant festive treats are the perfect balance of sweet and salty and they're gluten-free!
Yield: 24 sandwiches
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Gluten Free Chocolate Caramel Pretzels

This time of year, the kitchen cupboards are filled to the brim with sweet treats, cookies and biscuits. These pretel sandwich cookies are popular in America as a Christmas treat and a perfect for children to make. Made with mini gluten-free pretzels and Rolo chocolate caramels, they're the perfect combination of sweet and salty and you'll keep going back for more!

The classic Rolo pretzel sandwiches made gluten free
Starry and bright with these classic Rolo pretzel sandwiches

Ingredients:

For the sandwiches
1 bag mini gluten-free pretzels (we used Schar gluten free pretzels)
3 rolls or 24 pieces Rolo chocolate caramels (or similar)
50 grams chocolate chips
gluten-free Christmas sprinkles
Need a conversion? Use this handy chart.

Gluten Free Rolo Pretzel Sandwiches


Rolo pretzel sandwiches easy recipe

Apart from putting the pretzels into the oven, your little one can do every step of this recipe. They'll especially enjoy dunking them in chocolate and sprinkles! Feel free to swap out the Rolos for any other gluten-free chocolate you like. I love the combination of salty chocolate and caramel, but you could use anything at all.

Instructions:

  1. Preheat the oven to 180c/350f.
  2. Arrange 24 pretels on a baking tray lined with parchment paper, foil or silicone.
  3. Place one Rolo candy on each pretzel and bake in the oven for 1 to 2 minutes until the Rolos have just started to soften.
  4. Top each each Rolo with another pretzel-avoid pressing down too much or the caramel will ooe out.
  5. Allow the pretzel sandwiches to cool for about 30 minutes.
  6. If you wish, you can dunk them in melted chocolate and cover with sprinkles or you can leave them plain.
Gluten-free Christmas treats that kids can make

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