This Caramel Chocolate Pecan Turtle Recipe is so simple that children can help make it (mine did) and it’s absolutely delicious.
Kid-friendly and a crowd-pleaser!
Caramel Chocolate Pecan Turtle Recipe
These Pecan Chocolate Turtles are beyond easy to make and I was able to make it WITH my kids. So much fun, and everyone thought they were delicious.
When I first made these, my one year old exercised fine motor skills by unwrapping the candies, while my 3 year old placed them on the pretzels. It was assembly-line cooking at its finest!
These delicious candies won’t disappoint you, I promise!
- Mini Pretzels
- Chocolate-covered caramel candy such as Rolos
- Candied Pecan Halves (or regular pecan halves)
If you don’t have candied pecans, try substituting M + M’s, cashews, salted pecans, etc.
*Inspired by this recipe
Pre-heat oven to 300 F
Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper
Arrange pretzels on the sheet
Place a caramel chocolates on top of each pretzel
Bake for 4 minutes
Remove from the oven and gently press a pecan half on top of the warm chocolate
Cool and enjoy. To expedite cooling, you can put these in the fridge for a short time.
If you’re gifting these, package in waxed paper or cellophane.
When ours finally cooled I wrapped them up in wax paper and sealed them with a sticker.
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