I have made these many, many times - but with mini-ritz crackers. I tried the pretzels and they were awesome too!! This is a great recip for snacking on - I add a bit more dill-weed to mine - gives it bit more "zip". Great recipe!!
Love this recipe. I found this several years ago in a local church cook book and make them frequently. My recipe calls for 1/2-1 c. oil (peanut or olive oil)-I use the lesser amount. It also is made using 1 tsp. of each of the spices instead of 1/2 tsp. I usually use bite size "little ones" pretzels instead of hard pretzels (personal preference). Delicious and simple to make - always a hit. Totally addicting!! Thanks for posting a winning reciped!
Loved them!! A client had given me a bag of them for xmas, and I could not stop eating them!! I think I might try add parm cheese next time. Thanks for the recipe.
These were fantastic! I made them for a Superbowl party and everyone loved them. I halved the recipe as I only used one bag of pretzels, next time I might make the full amount of seasonings over one bag of pretzels. Also thinking of trying corn chips, shreddies and cheerios mixed with pretzels next time. Thanks for sharing!
Check out my "Party Pretzels" recipe--they are spicier and I think they are better. These are good, but we like ours spicy!!
These were great!
Liked it! I used mini pretzels and it turned out great! Thanks :)
These are totally addicting! I also used mini pretzels, and increased the garlic powder slightly. As ^ASHB^ mentioned next time I will use some Parmesan cheese. Thanks Karen these are wonderful!...Kittencal:)
Made with fat, sourdough pretzels. These were a tasty hit as a cookout appetizer. The process makes the pretzels a lot easier to bite into - but it's a lot of work to prepare.
Made these for a Bunko party--they were great! I did sub 1 T parmesan cheese for the lemon pepper and dill weed. This is also great on a 1 lb box of saltines, just put in large jar or covered bowl and let soak in--no baking necessary!