Fun Pretzel Recipes

10 Fun Pretzel Recipes to enjoy all year long!


20 Fun Pretzel Recipes

Have you ever just looked at a bag of pretzels and wondered what kind of pretzel recipes that you could make? These fun pretzel recipes will open up a whole new world of flavors! So did I! That’s so weird that we’re on the same wavelength…once in a while! With the help of some of my favorite bloggers, I found some pretty fun recipes from making cool sweet treats to even using them for coating chicken! Please know this, I’m always looking for some great recipes…so if you have any pretzel recipes, let me know! I would love to add them to my list ad make it longer! Enjoy!

If you love yourself some pretzels, then I’ve got a lot of great news for you! You can bake up all kinds of fun stuff with them that are super tasty and full of flavor. It’s the perfect snack to whip up after school or when you need something sweet in the afternoon.

A few of my favorite bloggers offer up their recipes for pretzel treats. Don’t these all look amazing? I think I know what I’m baking next!

In order to whip up these yummy snacks, you need some great pretzels and tons of inspiration. Pretzels come in all shapes, sizes, and flavors so you’re bound to find some that fit your tastes! I love the variety pack because it gives me a little bit of everything and I can make a different treat every night.

A few of my favorite flavors are the honey mustard, everything, and garlic but my family likes to stick to the pretzel rods and twists. They’re super easy for kids to eat in their lunch boxes because they don’t get all bent out of shape as some other hard pretzels can.

Pretzels come in so many flavors now, but my favorite is the garlic ones! I love to toast them up and eat them with butter for dinner or make some honey mustard sauce to dip it in. YUM! Pretzel sticks are delicious dipped in all kinds of sauces as well like white queso or something with a little bit of a kick.

We love to get creative in the kitchen and make up all kinds of fun pretzel recipes. We’ve used them as pie crusts before, baked with chocolate and marshmallow for s’mores, even dipped in melted caramel to top off some sundaes! The possibilities are endless when it comes to yummy things that you can make with pretzels!

I love looking at all of the different recipes on Pinterest for pretzel treats and finding new combos.

Do you have any great pretzel recipes? I would love to know some of your favorite ways to cook up pretzels and if this inspired you to try anything new! I’m always looking for a new pretzel recipe to try or an idea to make my own. Leave me some ideas in the comments below and I’ll pick one of them to bake up next!

What are some popular ways to use pretzels in recipes?

There are a lot of fun ways to use pretzels in recipes. They’re very versatile and can be used to make a number of different snacks from sweet treats to even using them for coating chicken and other meats! You can use them as a snack eaten by themselves or with different dips. Some popular ways to use pretzels are:

Topping on salads

Mixing into various desserts like peanut butter pretzel balls

Pretzel crusted chicken – Chicken and waffles (pretzel is used instead of bread)

Pretzel encrusted chicken alfredo

Pretzel dogs – putting a hotdog in a pretzel bun

Pretzel buns for burgers – putting the burger patty between two pretzels instead of bread (vegetarian version)

Making your own homemade soft pretzels with salt and dipping in cheese

20 Fun Pretzel Recipes

Chocolate Pretzel Caramel Apples

If you’re looking for a tasty twist on the traditional caramel apple, these Chocolate Pretzel Caramel Apples are a delicious option.

Candy Covered Pretzel Pencils 

These candy-covered pencil-themed pencils are perfect for back to school or teacher appreciation days. Your favorite teacher will love these unique pretzels.

Pretzel-Crusted Chicken With Mustard-Dill Dipping Sauce 

Kids love this dish with a crunchy pretzel coating, and you will get requests to make it again.

Chocolate Cookie Candy Pretzel Bark 

A chocolate and cookie pretzel bark that is easy, decadent, and perfect for parties.

White Chocolate Trail Mix

White Chocolate Trail Mix (AKA White Trash) is filled with Chex, Peanuts, Cheerios, M&Ms, and Pretzels all covered in white chocolate. This is an absolute treat that hits the spot!

Fruit Topped Cheesecake with Snyders Pretzel Crust recipe

Did you know pretzels can be made into a crust? Try this delicious and healthy fruit-topped cheesecake with a pretzel crust for a decadent dessert.

Pretzel Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie

This Pretzel Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe will show you how to make the perfect crispy, chewy, crunchy, chocolatey cookie with just oatmeal and chocolate chips.

Strawberry Fruit Bars with Snyders Pretzel Crust and Almond Crumble 

Make your own Strawberry fruit bars using fresh fruit and pretzel bites. It is healthier than the store alternative.

Chocolate Pretzel Pecan Pie 

This Chocolate Pecan Pie is loaded with yummy Fall flavors like cinnamon, maple syrup, vanilla, and pecans. Adding crunchy bites of crispy bacon brings its already awesome texture to the next level!

Rolo Petzel Turtles

Rolo pretzel turtles are a delicious, salted caramel and pecan-filled treat that comes together effortlessly in minutes.

Chocolate Covered Pretzel Pie

This rich chocolate pie features a pretzel crust and is topped with whipped cream. The salty-sweet pairing of chocolate custard filling and crunchy pretzels creates a Chocolate Covered Pretzel Pie dessert.

Cinnamon Roll Pretzels

This treat offers the best of both worlds: The soft, buttery texture of a pretzel and the warm cinnamony crunch of icing sugar dusted cinnamon roll.

No-Bake Chocolate Pretzel Peanut Butter Squares

No-Bake Chocolate Pretzel Peanut Butter Squares are quick and easy to make. These chocolate peanut butter squares combine two of everyone’s favorite flavors.

Chocolate Dipped Peanut Butter Pretzels

These two salty and sweet snacks taste great on their own, but when combined they become a decadent treat.

Cinnamon Sugar Pretzels

These Cinnamon Sugar Pretzels are a quick and easy snack that the kids will ask for over and over again. Not to mention, cinnamon pretzels are a great gift all year round!

Kitchen Sink Cookies

These Kitchen Sink Cookies combine everything you love about desserts into one cookie. The soft cookies are combined with the crunch of pretzels, caramel, and chocolate chips, and then topped with sea salt. These cookies are sweet and salty, soft and crunchy… absolutely amazing!

Raspberry Jello Pretzel Salad

Raspberry jello pretzel salad is a perfect blend of sweet, salty, and deliciousness! The cream cheese mixture mixed with the salted pretzel crust and raspberry jelly creates an amazing flavor combination.

Chocolate Caramel Pretzel Bark

The perfect salty-sweet combination of homemade salted caramel, pretzels, and milk chocolate is a great treat to make when entertaining.

Gluten-Free Soft Pretzel Bites

Check out this Gluten-Free Soft Pretzel Bites Recipe that surprisingly turns out great, and they are also vegan.

Homemade Soft Pretzels

Homemade soft and buttery pretzels paired with an amazing salsa verde cheese sauce made entirely from scratch. You’ll be amazed at how easy these are to make!

Homemade Pretzel Dogs

A homemade soft pretzel dough wrapped around a hot dog and served with mustard dipping sauce, commonly known as a Sonoran Dog.

The pretzel is a delicious, salty snack that has been around for centuries. It’s no surprise then that there are so many ways to enjoy them! Check out these 20 delicious recipes above and get ready to start twisting your next batch of homemade dough into the shape you love best. Which one will be your favorite? Have we missed any great twists on this classic treat? Let us know in the comments section!

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