60-Second Merry Haulers

Merry Merry Haulers

This load bearing treat is surprisingly easy to make. Wafer cookies make up the bulk of the truck while Rolos move it all along as giant monster truck tires. A little bit of frosting holds it all together, including tiny little chocolate chips for headlights. Don’t stop at pink trucks, vanilla and chocolate wafer cookies add a manly touch to a sweet treat that everyone will love!

What You Need

Merry Merry Haulers
  • 24 Rolo Candies, unwrapped
  • Frosting (white or in a color corresponding to your wafers)
  • 12 Wafer Cookies
  • 12 Mini Chocolate Chips
  • 36 Mini Pretzel Sticks

Makes 6 Monster Trucks

Watch & Learn

How To

Merry Merry Haulers

Step 1
Line four Rolo candies in a rectangle shape laying on their sides with the top of the Rolo facing outwards. Pipe a dot of frosting on the tops of each Rolo tire.

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Lay one wafer cookie on top of the frosting dots so that it rests on the Rolo tires like the bottom of a truck.

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Step 2
Cut two squares out of another wafer cookie that are the width of the wafer cookie truck bottom. Pipe a dot of frosting in the middle of the end ¼ of the wafer truck bottom. Place one of the squares on top of the icing dot so that about ¼ inch of the wafer cookie bottom is showing. Place another dot of frosting on the top of the wafer square and top it with the other wafer square that you cut.

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Step 3
Pipe two dot of frosting on the front of the truck where headlights would be. Press two mini chocolate chips into the frosting, flat bottoms facing outward.

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Step 4
Pipe a few lines of frosting in the center of the truck bed. Place three mini pretzel sticks on the frosting. Pipe two lines of frosting (one in between each pretzel) on top of the pretzels and place two pretzel sticks on top.

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Pipe one more line of frosting in between the two pretzel sticks and place one more pretzel stick on top of that.

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Cover with plastic wrap and let sit out overnight for the frosting to harden.

 

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