January 11, 2013

Feature Friday - Pretzel Bites

Quite a while back I pinned THIS RECIPE from Get Off Your Butt and Bake for pretzel bites.  Well, the boys and I got around to trying them and they were delicious.


The recipe uses Rhodes rolls and involves dunking the bread in boiling water and then baking them.  I wasn't sure about the dunking, but then I read that that's what makes them a little chewier on the outside like pretzels.  The process worked really well.

After they were cooked I got ready to bathe them in butter and parmesan cheese (or butter and cinnamon and sugar).  Can anything dunked in better be bad?


These little hands kept removing them as I loaded the plate.  Bite size?  Check.  Yummy?  Check.


I wouldn't make them weekly.  They take some time and they aren't exactly healthy, but they were really fun to try out and they'd be fun for a family movie night at home.

You can find the recipe HERE.  Thanks for dropping in.

6 comments:

  1. These look so yummy!
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  2. My mother-in-law makes these and I am obsessed with them. They are SO good.

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  3. If you dissolve baking soda (about 1/4 cup) in 2 cups hot water, you get the same results and not have to deal with boiling water. My kids love to help make homemade pretzel bites with me. I will have to try them your way with the cinnamon and sugar. I am lazy and just sprinkle them with coarse kosher salt before I bake them.

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  4. Congratulations on a new baby, and a baby girl at that! Baden's reaction really made me laugh, thanks for sharing!

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  5. We love those at my house, but you seriously have to make browned butter frosting to dip it in. I use this recipe, but I add a little extra milk to make it creamier. It will change your pretzel bite dipping LIFE! Trust me.

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    1. Oops, I forgot to leave the link! Sorry! :) http://www.bigredkitchen.com/2008/11/browned-butter-cream-cheese-frosting/

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