Rolo Bites Recipe

These delicious treats contain only 2 simple ingredients – Rolo candies and pretzel snaps. When my friend, Kylee, made these, I just had to ask her how she did it. They are so easy that my 5 year old daughter put them together. And the combination of chocolate, caramel, and salty pretzels in these Rolo Bites is irresistible. The only downside to these yummy bites? They won’t last long, so make a bunch!

These are great for year round, but they make a perfect addition to any Christmas cookie plate or just served as a treat by themselves.

Rolo Bites recipe

Rolo Bites

What you’ll need:
Pretzel Snaps

How much? It depends on how many you want to make. You’ll need 2 pretzel snaps and 1 Rolo candy for each “bite.” Make a quick handful or make a whole big batch. I usually make a bag of Rolos at a time, which is around 40-60 Rolos (depending on the size of the bag.)

Set your oven for 250°. NOT 350!

Lay the pretzel snaps on a cookie sheet. You may want to do this on parchment paper or foil to save on clean up.

Emily is my good little helper. Like I said, she did these entirely by herself. I only put them in and out of the oven.

Put a Rolo on top of each snap.

Bake for 3-4 minutes. No more. You don’t want the Rolos melted, just soft enough to squish down with a pretzel.

Take them out of the oven and immediately put a pretzel snap on top of each Rolo, pressing down gently.

Refrigerate for an hour or so until firm. Enjoy!


*Recipe credit goes to Kylee – thanks for letting me share!

Rolo Bites
Yields 30
Chocolate, caramel, and salty pretzels makes an irresistible combination. Bonus: They take just minutes to make!
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  1. 1 bag Rolo candies
  2. 1 bag Pretzel snaps
  1. Set your oven for 250°. NOT 350!
  2. Lay the pretzel snaps on a parchment paper or foil-lined cookie sheet.
  3. Put a Rolo candy on top of each pretzel snap.
  4. Bake for 3-4 minutes. You don't want the Rolos melted, just softened enough to squish down with a pretzel.
  5. Remove from the oven and immediately put a pretzel snap on top of each Rolo, pressing down gently.
  6. Refrigerate for an hour or so until firm. Enjoy!
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  1. MMMM I love Rolos. This is so simple!

  2. These look wonderful! I love sweet and salty together.

  3. I read a lot of blog posts from my email and RSS but I usually don’t have a lot of time to comment. This deserves a comment. Those look so gosh darn good I’m going to have to go get the ingredients to make them, thanks for sharing.

  4. These look delicious! I cant wait to make some myself now:)

  5. These look absolutely fantastic! My daughter will adore these, being a pretzel and chocolate lover.

    I love recipes like this that are easy, fun and a sure-fire hit.

    Thanks for sharing. Off to the kitchen to scrounge up the ingredients and surprise them all.

  6. Becky Davis says:

    These sound so good. I can’t wait to try these. :)

  7. christina moore says:

    They sound good, I will have to try this

  8. my daughter in law makes these butat the end melt some chocolate an drizzle it over the pretzels. this is really good.

  9. O my goodness! I can’t wait to make these and I love how simple it is! Brings the kids into the kitchen to help!

  10. Those sound really good! I love Rolos and pretzels.

  11. These look so yummy!! I don’t think we have pretzel snaps in the uk but I’m going to look for them now! Great recipe!

  12. These look so GOOD, what a GREAT idea “mom” :) I love rolos & I love pretzels with chocolate I can just taste these in my mouth already thanks for sharing I am deffiently going to make these Friday with my son.. So happy I came across this recipe!

  13. I always add colored jimmies for the holiday to make more festive.


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