Holiday Recipes: Mistletoe Kisses

Holiday Recipes: Mistletoe Kisses Amy Poore

If you’re looking for a quick and easy sweet treat to whip up for a holiday party, these mistletoe kisses are so cute – and so tasty!

You will need:

One bag of square pretzels 

Hersey Hugs 

Hersey Kisses 

Red and green M&Ms 

 

Preheat oven to 250.  

Place pretzels on foiled line baking tray.  

Unwrap kisses and hugs, place in the middle of each pretzel.  

Heat in the oven for 4-6 minutes or until soft.  

Remove and carefully push M&Ms down on the center of Kisses and Hugs. 

Let cool on tray completely - for faster cooling, place in the refrigerator  

Note: Hugs melt faster than Kisses and if you overheat them, the Kisses will turn hard.

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Amy Poore

I am a newly married 34 year old southern girl. Pooreamy is a play on my name and really an oxymoron because my life is full, rich and happy. I’m an open book who loves to talk, share and hopefully help others with some of the things (actual items and wisdom) I have discovered and continue to discover over the years. I live in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, which is the home of the University of Alabama (Roll Tide!) and my Alma Mater.

I grew up on a farm in Cullman eating the best fresh country food you have ever tasted! I was an only child and because my mother and grandmother were both excellent cooks I never once worried about why it tasted so good or how to recreate it (I was kind of spoiled like that – never had to help in the kitchen). Now with my love of cooking, looking back I really regret not getting in there and learning a few tricks from my Mammaw. Luckily, I have my mom to pass on recipes and helpful tips but there are several things she never felt the need to learn either. I also believe that my raising had to do with the reason I love food – all kinds of food – as a child I had to have 3 bites of everything on my plate (Brussels sprouts, liver etc.) and I had to adamantly say I didn’t like it on three occasions to not have to ever eat it again. Needless to say, in the end, there were very few things that I didn’t like. Liver was one of them – I still don’t like it.

So……now I LOVE to cook and eat and I also like to share things. Blogging seemed to be a great way to do both. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoy doing it. Please feel free to make comments, suggestions and ask questions. I’ll do my best to answer them all. Y’all come back, ya hear!

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