Guest Post: Everyday Moms Meals and Tasty Tuesday Party

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I’m so pleased to have another guest poster today. Krista from Everyday Mom’s meals has some great ideas. She’s a faithful participant in my Tasty Tuesday parties, so I am SO excited for her to host todays party.

Hi I am Krista, and I’m the everyday mom of Everyday Mom’s Meals. I have been blogging since May 2010, and absolutely love the foodie community it has opened up to me. I am a full time wife and mother, to be my husband of almost 9 years, Adam, and our 7 year old son, Alex. I enjoy easy, home style recipes that bring my family around the table to share good times, and make wonderful memories. I like to think my blog is for everyone, from the novice cook, to the experienced, for the wife who has extra time to cook, to the working mom who needs to get a tasty, quick meal on the table her family will love. I hope you stop by Everyday Mom’s Meals soon! You can also find me on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

Today I’m sharing a SUPER easy Christmas recipe that we started making last year. (As the photos of my son indicate. It’s amazing how much they grow in a year!) These are a perfect after school treat, hostess gift or yummy treat for your next holiday party. And the best part? They are a wonderful “kid friendly” recipe that little hands can help make during the holiday baking marathon! I hope your kids enjoy them as much as Alex, and from our family to yours….Merry Christmas and a Joyous New Year!
Chocolate Pretzel Treats
1 bag mini pretzel twists (rings work too)
1 8 oz package Hershey kisses, each piece unwrapped
1 bag M&Ms
Count out the number of kisses you have. This way you know the number of pretzels you need. There will be more pretzels and M&Ms than kisses. Place the pretzels on greased baking sheets; place a chocolate kiss in center of each. Bake @ 275º for 5 minutes until chocolate softened. Remove from oven. Place an M&M on each, pressing down slightly so warm chocolate fills the pretzel. Chill for 5-10 minutes until firm. Store in airtight container at room temperature.

*We actually put ours in the freezer to speed up cooling and setting.
*I store ours in the fridge b/c our kitchen gets a lot of sun light and is warm most of the time.
*Steps the kids can help with: Unwrapping all the kisses, placing pretzels on sheets, putting kisses in center and taking off sheets when cool.
Thanks Krista…looks SO yummy!

 
And Now….here are just a few of the amazing links from last week. You are all SO creative!

Black Chickpeas Chaat-Simply Sweet N Savory

Eggnog Cheesecake Brownies-Inside BruCrew Life

Chocolate Peppermint Creams-Stella B’s Kitchen

Monster Cookies-Mommas Like Me

Red Velvet Fudge- Scrappy Happy Me!

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Looking forward to seeing you around the blog…. don’t be a stranger!
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Emily is a stay at home mom to two crazy boys {which she adores} and one amazing husband. She loves to sew, but also dabbles in crafting and recipes. Her faith, friends and family keep her going and motivated. Come along for the ride!

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Comments

  1. Hi,
    I shared my no potato latkes and my grain-free holiday roll out cookies. Happy Holidays!

  2. Thanks for hosting. Have a very Merry Chirstmas!

  3. What a fun and easy treat! The kids will love making it when they come to visit Grandma!

  4. Thanks for hosting again and a big thank you for featuring my Chocolate Peppermint Creams!! Merry Christmas!

  5. Thanks so much for featuring me Emily!! Linking up again this week :)

  6. Anita Stafford says:

    I love Krista’s Chocolate Pretzel Treats, so cute and yummy! I have shared Cranberry Orange Sourdough Muffins and Holiday Bars. Thank you for hosting, and have a very merry Christmas!

  7. Thank you so much for sharing my Eggnog Cheesecake and for hosting the party each week. Have a wonderful Christmas.

  8. Yum! I love kid-friendly recipes that are easy! I have a friend that makes these with rolos instead of kisses. Delicious!

  9. Nice & easy recipe by Krista!
    Thank you so much Emily for featuring my recipe! You’re so nice :)

  10. Have a great holiday and thanks so much for the terrific party :-)

  11. Thank you for hosting this each week! Have a very Merry Christmas!

  12. Merry Christmas… thanks for hosting!

  13. Hi, Emily. That red velvet fudge looks outrageously delicious! I shared a chocolate wafer cookies recipe, a 4 o’clock walnut cookies recipe, and a Hungarian liptauer cheese recipe today. Thank you for hosting us again and have a great holiday week!

  14. Thank you so so much for the Feature of my Red Velvet Fudge, it is specially yummy for Christmas. Thanks for hosting too. Have a great week and a very Merry Christmas too!

  15. I linked up my Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe this week as well as my Gingerbread Muffins recipe. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

  16. Olah Momma! says:

    Thank you for hosting this again. Wishing you joyous holidays!

    http://olahmomma.com

  17. Love the quick and cute idea. I will be checking out your blog. Today I bring Divinity Cookies. Everyone have a wonderful Christmas.

  18. Thanks for inviting me to join!!!

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