Tuesday, February 3, 2015

30 Minute Soft Pretzel Nuggets

Good afternoon! How was your weekend? Did you enjoy the Super Bowl, it certainly had a crazy ending that will go down in history that is for sure. We had a relaxing weekend and of course made and ate way, way too much junk food!

As I mentioned last week, I love junk food, party food, dips, cheesy food and all the rest. As we decided to stay in and have our own party and I made several of the things profiled on my blog last week, one of which was these Soft Pretzel's in 30 Minutes from The Slow Roasted Italian.

The recipe is a modification of one from Cooks Country and it could not be easier, seriously in 30 minutes you are sitting down to a plate of hot, salty, delicious pretzels. Basically you warm some milk, add honey and yeast let it foam for 5-10 minutes, add flour and salt and then mix for 3 minutes. Roll and cut into nuggets,  boil in baking soda bath for 30 seconds, and then bake for 7-9 minutes. 

Serve with an array of mustards and cheese dip and you have a feast of yeasty goodness! I will warn though, if you make a batch invite friends because 64 nuggets for two people is a lot of temptation. I won't lie, I ate a lot of these things dipped in cheese and then drizzled in chablis mustard from France. Delicious!

I hope that you try these delicious nuggets, they are the perfect snack for a winter day.  Have a great week.

For the complete recipe and instructions, click HERE.


  1. I imagine I'd like those with some honey mustard.

  2. YUM! These look amazing, Elizabeth. Wishing I had some right now!!

  3. That looks sooooo good, Elizabeth!! The perfect snack for these frigid days. Hope you are staying warm and cozy. Cheers

  4. Oh my goodness...these look addictive! Your recipes always make me want to run to the kitchen and cook! xoxo


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