Garlic Pretzels

Garlic Pretzels created by GaylaJ

A savory snack perfect with icy-cold beer.

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1hr 5mins
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  • Preheat oven to 250 degrees F.
  • Mix worcestershire sauce, butter and garlic powder.
  • Pour over pretzels and mix well.
  • Spread on a baking sheet in a single layer.
  • Bake for one hour, stirring every 15 minutes.
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"A savory snack perfect with icy-cold beer."

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  1. Georgianne K.
    My Grandma always used margarine and it was perfect, lighter and saltier than butter.
  2. blancpage
    I kind of agree with what Ellee said in an earlier review. I try to sub margarine for butter if I can, but I was afraid margarine would have too much water content and possibly not enough richness for this, so I did use butter. I only had part of a 15oz bag of pretzels, so I adjusted the ingredient amounts. These were really simple and baked up really well. For easier clean-up, I lined the cookie sheets with aluminum foil. I had a bowl of these right away, they were very good. My roomie tried one, and she said they were good also. Bf hasn't yet tried them. Thank you for posting, Molly. :)
  3. Ellee
    Made these for a party last night, and they were tasty and crunchy, but the bowl was only half-eaten by the end. I don't think I'll make them again; the enhanced taste is not worth the additional fat from the butter!
  4. hepcat1
    These are really good! I added a lot of extra garlic! We served with 10-Minute Mustard Dip #131582. Thanks for sharing this great recipe!
  5. RSL5709
    These are good. The garlic flavor comes through a bit better once they cool, but they could still use some additional flavor. Next time I'll add some more garlic.
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