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Sunday, February 8, 2015

Buffalo Pretzels #SRC



Group B is back after a short January vacation and I’m so glad!  I miss SRC when it’s on break!

This month, I was assigned Colleen’s blog, Secrets from the Cookie Princess.  And Colleen truly is the cookie princess – she makes an astounding amount of cookies each Christmas!  In 2014 alone she made over 118 dozen Christmas cookies!  Wow!

Now, once would think that I would, obviously, choose a cookie recipe for this month SRC reveal. 

Well…I didn’t, but I did choose something sweet, her Salted Caramel Pretzel Bark.  Then due to a serious lack of reading comprehension on my part, I completely messed up the recipe.  It was still delicious, but it really wasn’t Colleen’s recipe anymore.  I thought about posting it anyway, with my unintentional changes, but I thought it would be embarrassing to be all, “Here’s your recipe it’s not your recipe anymore because I apparently failed 2nd grade.” 

But it is still super delicious, so I’m posting it (separately) in a couple days…so stop on back J


Luckily, when I set out to make the Salted Caramel Bark, the recipe for Buffalo Pretzels also caught my eye and I was already in the process of making them when I realized my mistake on the first recipe.

So!  Today’s recipe is Buffalo Pretzels.  The pretzels are delicious, only slightly spicy (if you’re really looking for more of a kick, I recommend a dash of cayenne pepper) and the perfect snack!

I could not keep my hands off of these things!  I was grabbing a handful every single time I passed by my dish!  I served these more game night and they were hugely popular!

So thank you Colleen for a delicious snack! 

Buffalo Pretzels

8 cups pretzel sticks
5 tbsp butter, melted
2 tbsp hot sauce (I used Frank's )
1 tbsp dry ranch mix
1 tsp worchestershire sauce
¼ tsp celery salt


Preheat the oven to 250 degrees F and line a baking sheet with foil or a silicone mat.

Place the pretzels in a large bowl.

Whisk together the remaining ingredients and pour over the pretzels.  Stir to coat evenly.

Pour the pretzel mixture onto the prepared baking sheet, lightly mixing again to ensure that the pretzels are all coated.

Bake in the preheated oven for 45 minutes, stirring every 15 minutes, until the pretzels are dry.

Cool and serve.






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11 comments:

  1. Perfect! I love munchies with a little bit of a bite....I must give these a try! Excellent SRC selection.

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  2. Nice! I love pretzels. I'll have to give this a try. Thanks, Amy.

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  3. Oh yum! This is the kind of snack I wouldn't be able to stop eating! What a fabulous pick for SRC!

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  4. HA! We all make those recipe-misreading mistakes sometimes. :)
    These pretzels sound like the perfect snack for my husband - he adores buffalo flavor. Pinning!

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  5. Oh my gosh, this sounds amazing! I'd have to keep these under lock and key, I think! haha

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  6. So glad you liked these and thanks for the kinds words. I often have reading comprehension fails but at least yours ended up with something you still liked! Can't wait to see your take on the Salted Caramel Bark

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  7. These buffalo pretzels sound like a wonderful snack. This seems like a great way to jazz up regular pretzels. Great SRC post

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  8. Your SRC Buffalo Pretzels look like a super snack! Hope you are having a great Valentine Week filled with Love!
    Miz Helen

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  9. Oh! I think I've had these before---I think I made them years ago! Yummy!

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  10. Great choice, my mouth is watering. I want some. Hmmm, I have some Whales in the cupboard, I wonder if they would work?

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  11. Ohmigoodness. I JUST was eating store bought buffalo flavored pretzel crisps, when I saw this from the madefrompinterest linkup. I cannot wait to try this!!!! I bet they taste way better!

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