These soft pretzels are chewy, flavorful and totally gluten free. Top with cheese, herbs, salt, or whatever your tastebuds desire.
This sweet and salty peanut butter pretzel cheesecake even comes with a layer of chocolate. It’s bound to be a new favorite dessert.
Did you know tomorrow is National Pretzel Day? Rethink the soft or crispy snack in these delicious pretzel recipes.
Better than anything you will buy at a pretzel stand in the mall or at a sports game, these salted soft pretzels are easy to make at home.
Baked with cheese, make these easy puff pretzels and serve with jam or mustard for a delicious appetizer.
Crispy, fried dough twists are coated with glaze and are so simple, but perfect with a cup of tea or coffee.
A salty pretzel crust is filled with a rich chocolate and peanut butter filling brought together by creamy coconut milk. A dessert dream that is easy to make, but hard to wait for as it sets.
There are two ways to twist a soft pretzel. Learn how and start baking the chewy snack.
No matter what sporting event you are into, food is always a huge part of the day. Enjoy these snack-worthy pretzels bites for the Super Bowl and beyond.
Just like the Philadelphia classic, make your own soft pretzel snack savory or sweet, twisted or straight.
Adding salted caramel to apple crisp makes for a rich dessert. If you’re looking for an apple recipe with vanilla ice cream to impress – this is it.
With the start of outdoor sports in April, it is no surprise that National Pretzel day is also in the same month. Celebrate the snack with these recipes.
To keep chocolate chip cookies soft and chewy in the center, pull them from the oven just as the edges reach a golden brown color.
A soft pretzel with a healthy dose of spelt, from Roxana Jullapat.
A blondie base made with brown butter is topped with a homemade caramel, roasted peanuts, and crushed pretzels.