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These soft, chewy breadsticks make great dippers on an appetizer or snack tray.
Classic soft pretzels make entertaining easy. Store them in the freezer for up to three months for make-ahead party food.
Fast, flavorful, and fun describes this pretzel snack to serve sweetened or plain, with cheese or mustard. Working with refrigerated break sticks makes the shaping easy enough for kids to help.
Kids will love this fun pretzel snack that's shaped like a house and served with dipping sauce.
Making the dough for these twisted bread dough snacks is easy and enjoyable--with the help of a bread machine.
Boiling these rolls in a combination of water and baking soda gives them the chewy, brown exterior you'll recognize from your favorite soft pretzels. Try one with soup or cheese dip.
An egg wash gives our doughy pretzels the perfect crispy exterior. Dunk in cheese sauce or mustard for a snack that's better than the ballpark version.
Prefer the sweet soft pretzels at the mall or airport? Swap the Parmesan, Italian seasoning and garlic for cinnamon and sugar.
Pack these crunchy snacks into school lunches or to take along on hiking or biking outings.
Use a bread machine to make the dough for these chewy treats. Timing counts: Be prepared, and control the rise by whisking the pretzels from shaping to first baking to boiling water to final baking.
Cook so the yolks are still a bit runny, then dunk the pretzel sticks in the egg come breakfast time.
Soft pretzels are a favorite snack around the world, from Germany's Oktoberfest to America's baseball games and street vendors. This doughy, salty classic has less than 200 calories per serving.
Consider the common pretzel -- the ultimate finger food, the perfect party appetizer. Born in southern Germany, where it what first baked by monks in the shape of folded hands in prayer, the pretzel came to America with immigrants, many of whom settled in Pennsylvania, where pretzel-making is still a big business -- as in "pass the Utz" or "don't hog the Snyder's of Hanover." Then came the Super Bowl and the Midnight Snack, followed closely by the "Honey, grab us some beers and a bag of pretzels," at which point the pretzel's status as one of America's favorite quick and easy snacks was secure.
No doubt execs at America's fast-food chains have been green with envy over the runaway success of Taco Bell's Doritos Locos Tacos (with more than 350 million served, a feat the taco chain credits for creating 15,000 jobs). But if only there were another way to merge an addictively popular snack with a traditional fast-food menu item? Hmmm ...
Everyone knows that pumpkins are harbinger of fall...but cheese sandwiches? Not so much. But when my 7 year old accidentally smashed a pumpkin in the house (on the living room carpet, of course), the incident inspired me to give our family's afternoon snack -- cheese sandwiches -- a fall makeover.
Pardon the pun, but baseball season is now in full swing and while some sports fans can't wait to get to the stadium to hear the crack of the bat, I buy my tickets as an excuse to fill up on hot dogs, frosty malts, and ice cold beer at the concession stand. But this year, while my fellow fans are studying box scores, I'm poring over food blog The Daily Meal's recent list of the craziest stadium food. Making the list are a number of dishes that take usual ballpark fare to a disgusting level of excess, such ast the Meat Lover's Hot Dog at the Cincinnati Red's Great American Ballpark, pictured above.