This is a traditional New Year treat in Germany. It brings luck when it’s the first thing you eat in the New Year. Germans typically eat it with butter spread on it. Rather than a salty pretzel, this is a lightly sweet dough. I converted and translated this from metric measurement and German language, and it turned out just wonderfully!
Delicious soft pretzels in about 20 minutes!
What makes a pretzel a pretzel is the step of boiling them in baking soda water. If you dip them in baking soda water but don’t boil them in it, or if you use egg yolk to brush them, they are not going to turn out like pretzels.
Fun to make.
Salted or seeded, these make a great snack.
This easy to make dough can be shaped into pretzels or long bread sticks.
This recipe for pretzels uses traditional Irish soda bread dough instead of a yeast based dough. It’s quick and works great! These pretzels come out great, just like the street vendor type.
These pretzels are good sprinkled with cheese before baking. Homemade pretzels are the best!
These pretzels taste just like the ones you get in the mall! Serve with your favorite cheese sauce or mustard. Bet you can’t eat just one!
Fun to make, traditional pretzels are great with a nice mug of beer!
Big chewy pretzels like those sold in the mall! You may substitute garlic salt or cinnamon sugar for the coarse salt if you wish.
After spending so much money on those Mall bought pretzels, I thought I’d try making some myself. So here’s a recipe that has worked for me. These pretzels are a bit sweeter than other types and are buttery. These are great plain with a bit of pretzel salt or coated with cinnamon and sugar. Once finished, dip the hot pretzel in melted butter and coat with your favorite flavors. Enjoy!