Did you know April 26 is National Pretzel Day? Well, it is.
Being gluten free you might think this doesn’t concern you, but thanks to Glutino, it does.
Glutino’s gluten free pretzels are delicious! So now you can celebrate National Pretzel Day right along side all of your gluten-eating friends.
They have pretzel sticks, pretzel twists, pretzel sesame rings, and (wait for it…) chocolate covered and yogurt covered pretzels!!!
I have personally tried all of these, except the chocolate (fudge) ones and let me tell you… I’m a huge fan! I’ll admit, it’s been awhile since I’ve had pretzels, so I can’t promise they’re exactly like the “real” thing, but I can tell you they’re good. And my kids (who can have gluten-filled pretzels) love them. I can also tell you that I’ve had some gross gluten free pretzels. These taste nothing like those ones.
I’m actually quite in love with the yogurt covered pretzels. They’re AMAZING!!! And addicting. I’d go to the cupboard thinking I’d eat just 3… well, you can probably guess the rest of that. Pretty much, I had planned to share them with my sister, but that’s not going to happen until a trip to the store is made. I’m guessing the chocolate ones are the same way. The plain ones taste like pretzels. Which is a good thing.
So, to help you celebrate National Pretzel day on April 26th the way you ought to (besides the help I’ve already given you by letting you know about these delicious Glutino pretzels), here are some recipes that use pretzels and no other flour/gluten products. You can also be lazy like me and eat them plain… well, as plain as you can call yogurt and chocolate covered pretzels… yum!
Ideas for Celebrating National Pretzel Day:
the gluten free way
(click on the picture to go to the recipe)
Easy Pretzel Turtles
These are from Our Best Bites, so you know they’re going to be awesome. In fact, the next 3 are also from them.
Loaded Cheesy Pretzel Nachos
True, these nachos were done with pretzel crisps, but I think they’d be awesome with regular pretzels too.
And those were just the first gluten free (besides the pretzels) recipes that caught my eye when I searched “pretzel” on Pinterest. I know there are TONS more out there. Plus, you can make the pretzel recipes that also take some flour and just use some gluten free flour in it. So many yummy possibilities!
Have a happy pretzel day!!!
Do you have a favorite pretzel recipe?