3 Reviews

These are delicious! I love that you don't have to boil them and they still taste like you bought them from the mall! I used wheat flour, (we grind our own) as I didn't have any storebought. It would probably taste more "normal" if I used white flour. (the wheat has a taste of its own) Thanks for posting!

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Chef Chocoholic November 04, 2009

The pretzels came out great but the directions don't match up to the ingredients list which was confusing. I'm not sure where the 8th of a cup very warm water comes into play when it says you need 1 1/2 cups warm water in the recipe directions themselves. I just followed the amounts stated in the directions. I used quick(breadmaker) yeast because I find the normal yeast doesn't always dissolve well into the dough when added directly to the flour without softening.

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Heather Sullivan May 20, 2005

These were a lot of fun to make. Next time, I think that I'll let the dough rise longer. I made them with cinnamon and sugar and they tasted great! Thanks for the recipe.

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Jaime in Winnipeg April 08, 2005
Yummy Soft Pretzels