Mustard Pretzel Dip

"I'm a self-proclaimed pretzel fanatic. It doesn't matter if they're soft or crunchy, salty or sweet. I came across this in TOH and had all the stuff on hand. It was great treat for noshing while movie watching. I'll be serving this at my next shindig for sure! Passive time is chill time."
 
Mustard Pretzel Dip created by TnuSami
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40mins
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  • Stir together ingredients. Cover and refrigerate at least 30 minutes.
  • Serve with sourdough pretzels.
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  1. jen3404
    This is OK. I made it for "dip day" at work and no one ate it. It taste OK, but what a waste of time and ingredients. The whole container was thrown out at the end of the day. It just taste like Snyder honey mustard pretzel bites to me. I wouldn't make this again.
     
  2. Ninamycl
    My hubby just made this but left out the onion flakes. It was AWESOME! I don't even care for mustard. Really like it after it is chilled because the flavors blend but it tastes great when it is first made so you could serve it right away! Thanx!
     
  3. lstridir
    I always get raves when I make this dip! It's better cold because it's thicker and sticks to the pretzels better IMHO.
     
  4. BrandiNDJ
    This was great dip. I used it for the little hard stick pretzels. I also halved the recipe except for the onion flakes and ranch dressing for which I left as is and let it sit in the fridge overnight so the flavors could blend.
     
  5. cooking-BAG
    This is addictive. I got the recipe from a girl at work, and when I came to Zaar to post it, I found it had aready been done for me. Thanks Redneck. This is a really good pretzel dip. I am going to experiment with other things to slather it on. Ham sandwich might be good.....
     
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