Soft Pretzels Premium PD Recipe


The hot soft pretzel, originally known in Germany as Laugenbrezel, gets its browned chewy skin and tender inner texture from a hot alkaline bath before baking. There’s an aroma from this neutralizing dip-to-bake process that causes a frenzy around pretzel stands. Now we can enjoy the aroma, flavor and texture while incorporating the benefits of whole grains into our Protective Diet Soft Pretzels and keeping the traditional flavor and technique alive. Enjoy them with soup, salad or alone dipped in mustard or Ultimate Cheeze Sauce for a high-energy after school kid-friendly snack.

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Comments (6)

  1. posted by Jackie Cochran on October 4, 2020

    This recipe makes a really comforting snack food. I absolutely love them!

  2. posted by diane ogdon on August 23, 2018

    This is a great recipe. The directions and video make it to follow, The results are delicious! My daughter likes them dipped in mustard and I like them dipped in PD cream cheese.

  3. posted by marci rubin on January 16, 2018

    Hot soft vegan oil free, sugar, nut free, food additive free whole grain pretzels. Yes they are better than the picture. I had them dipped in brown mustard and a hibiscus tea to drink. I have eaten a lot of pretzels in my life and haven’t had any in a few years. Protective Diet’s comfort food brought back a taste of the frozen ones you microwaved that I haven’t had since I was a kid.

  4. posted by Deborah Boyar on October 18, 2016

    Any chance oat or millet or rice flour could be substituted for whole wheat? Thank you!!

    • posted by Julie Marie on October 20, 2016

      You could give it a try. They didn’t taste like or have the proper texture of soft pretzels when I tried alternative flours. Let us know if one turns out pleasing to you. When I have a good outcome with an alternative flour I always offer the option. I don’t offer GF options when the results aren’t delicious.

  5. posted by Marie on October 18, 2016

    Made these today. Video makes the twisting part easier to follow! Yum! I like them with spicy brown mustard but UCS is good too! Thanks for another winner.

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