Everything Ranch Pretzels
EVERYTHING RANCH PRETZELS
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Sometimes I feel that the pretzel is an underrated snack. They seem to sit at the back of the snack table untouched until there is nothing left to eat and people are forced to eat them. Well my friends, I am here to change the face of the pretzel forever! Imagine you make pretzels, and when you go to the snack table THEY ARE GONE… is that even possible? Yes, yes it is with these everything ranch pretzels. Everything ranch pretzels are the epitome of a great, salty snack. One of the best parts about these pretzels are that they only take a few ingredients to make. In less than 30 minutes you can have a great snack!
How to make the perfect everything ranch pretzels:
I LOVE Old Dutch Butter Spindles. These are my favorite pretzel in the world and make these everything ranch pretzels even more irresistible. Of course, you can use regular pretzels if that is what you have, but PLEASE try them with the butter spindles. You won’t be disappointed.
- You can use a regular packet of ranch or a buttermilk packet of ranch. I find that the buttermilk packet helps to bring out the butter flavor of the butter spindles but either would taste great.
- The everything seasoning helps to tie it all together. The toasted sesame seeds and garlic in the everything seasoning give the pretzels another dimension.
- Baking the pretzels low and slow for 25 min helps the pretzels to absorb all the wonderful flavors.
If you are taking these to a party, I recommend you make a double batch. They are super addicting!
I hope you make these pretzels for your next get together and show people that pretzels are not to be pushed to the back of the snack table, but to be front and center and delicious!
- 15 oz bag Old Dutch butter spindles
- ½ cup canola oil
- 1 packet dry ranch mix
- 2 TBSP everything seasoning
- Preheat oven to 250 degrees.
- Empty the whole bag of pretzels into a large bowl.
- In a separate bowl, combine the canola oil, ranch packet and everything seasoning and whisk together until well combined.
- Pour mixture over pretzels and toss until all pretzels are well coated.
- Spread the pretzels onto a baking sheet in an even layer and bake at 250 for 25 minutes, giving them a toss half way through.
- Store in an air tight container for up to a week.