We are now located on the Lower Level in Morgantown Market. A 90 dealer co-op that is just amazing!!
Open every day - 10 am to 5 pm
2940 Main Street, Morgantown, PA 19543

Saturday, November 7, 2009



l bag Snyder's Mini Pretzels
1 bag of Rollo candies
1 bad of Pecan halves

Heat oven to 250 degrees. On an ungreased cookie sheet make a single layer of the mini pretzels. Unwrap and place a "Rollo" candy on top of each in oven for 4 minutes.
Remove from oven and "squish" a pecan halve on each Rollo... (no need to hurry hurry - just quickly) !! Let stand for 20 min. and then refrigerate for 20 min. Remove from sheet and store . I use a plastic container with foil in between layers. ENJOY!!!!
You might as well purchase two bags of Rollos because there is only 60 in a bag and you will want to make more and more~ Also....if you have a Walmart close the pecans are much cheaper there and were in better condition than our grocery store.

It is cold here this morning - with a blanket of frost covering the yard and gardens....I'm afraid WINTER is here...on a happy note I am off early to meet Dianne (one of the artists that creates for our store) - she makes tiny pictures from scraps of fabric and embroidery - absolutely minuit and exceptional. Open House week has been going very being "busy" - glitter, tinsel and fake snow flakes are sprinkled everywhere - 'tis the season of fun and folly!!!


basketsnprims said...

Thanks, Judy! These sound delish.

Pots 'n Prims said...

Hi dear friend!! Aren't these little things yummy?! I made them last christmas for my ups man & the mail man ~ a few for me too! They're addicting! :)
Have a wonderful weekend!

ctlogcabin said...

Miss Judy ~~
These sound Delicious, thanks for sharing. Not sure what kind of fun & folly the pervious
poster is talking about. lol
Hugs ~ Connie xox

Joanne said...

Oh wow - love easy and boy they sure tasted good! Will definitely try these. Oh and I bet there is still glitter on your nose too - LOL

Anonymous said...

Good morning Judy!
Thank you for printing the recipe for these gems...they are soooo good! Eva and I had such fun in your store on Friday. Although, if I let her linger to long...well, you saw what happened! We love your tree and the store looks and feels so festive. I'll see you soon! Hugs and Rolos, Cathie

Teresa said...

These sound so delicious...ingredients are now on the list for some WalMarting this afternoon! Thanks for sharing.

Linda* ~ TheKeepingroom said...

Sounds Yummy!

Mammy said...

Thanks so much! These sound delicious. I've got fresh pecans from the trees in my yard so this will be a cinch!

kelley said...

What a great easy recipe...thanks for sharing!