have been making these throughout recent years and they are consistently a major hit. I do offer a few proposals. I utilize the round pretzels that are normally accessible around the occasions. The Rolo fits pleasantly inside it and makes for the ideal little treat. Additionally, after these are totally cooled, I soften a cup of white chocolate chips with a little Crisco, place it into a zip lock pack cutting a little gap in the corner. I at that point shower it over the turtles. They turn out wonderful.

Help yourself out and twofold the formula. For whatever length of time that you’re going to make them, it doesn’t generally include substantially more time and cost, and these were a major hit! I couldn’t discover Rolos, however I found Dove Chocolates w/Caramel. They worked splendidly and are generally excellent (smoother/creamier than Rolos). I likewise utilized the square molded “Snap” pretzels. The chocolates fit very well on top. Heated the confections for just 3 min. – all that could possibly be needed time. I think any more and you risk the caramel squishing out of the chocolate sweet when you place the walnut parts on top. Be delicate or you’ll have a wreck on your hands, and they’ll be sticky and messier to hold when served. Chill them out in the ice chest for 1/2 hr. or something like that and they should pop appropriate off the material paper. I likewise pre-toasted the walnuts. Toasting/cooking nuts consistently makes them taste better. Covered the walnut parts with a little liquefied margarine, and heated for 10 – 15 min @ 325 (watch to avoid consuming). Let cool, at that point continue w/formula. Again – something so natural, and they’re extremely famous!


2 1/2 C walnuts

1/2 C margarine (I utilize salted)

1 C darker sugar

1/2 C light corn syrup

7 ounces improved dense milk (1/2 of a 14 ounce can)

1/2 t vanilla

1 (12 ounce) bundle milk chocolate chips

1/2 t shortening (I use margarine enhanced Crisco)



The most effective method to make it

1. Hurl 2 1/2 cups of walnuts into an enormous skillet. Toast them over medium high warmth, blending every so often, until they have obscured a tad and smell fragrant and superb. Should just take a couple of minutes

2. Get yourself 2 huge treat sheets. Line them with material paper and splash it with cooking shower. Mastermind your walnuts into bunches, three to a gathering functions admirably. You need to leave some space (about an inch) between each bunch.

3. Make your caramel (full instructional exercise with pictures found here). Spot 1/2 C spread into a medium-sized sauce dish. Liquefy it over medium high warmth. Include 1 C darker sugar, 1/2 C light corn syrup and 7 ounces improved dense milk to the container. Increment the warmth a tad and blend it constantly. Cook and mix until it arrives at 235-240 degrees. I by and large expel it from the warmth when it comes to around 234 degrees. It will keep on ascending in temperature slightly even without the immediate warmth, making the caramel simply the correct surface.

4. Blend in 1/2 teaspoon vanilla.

5. Cautiously sprinkle around 1/2 teaspoons of caramel over each nut bunch. You’ll need to work rapidly, as the caramel will set up. Make certain there is caramel contacting the majority of the nuts in your group. The caramel works like paste, staying the nuts together.

6. In a microwave safe bowl pour 12 ounces of milk chocolate chips. Warmth in the microwave for 30 seconds on end, blending after each cooking interim.

7. Include 1/2 teaspoon of shortening to the softened chocolate. Enable it to sit for a moment or two (so it can dissolve and make the chocolate chips progressively spreadable). Blend everything together.

8. Spoon around 1/2 teaspoons of softened chocolate over the highest point of the caramel and nuts. Twirl it around along the top making a pretty swoop with your spoon.

9. Enable the chocolate to set up. When it has solidified and cooled you can serve them quickly, or move them to a water/air proof holder.

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