Turn regular pretzels into a special treat by coating them in a peanut butter and butterscotch mixture.
by C. Chris
, FARMINGTON, NH on Mar. 2008
I am so excited to try this recipe -I have made lots of different pretzel recipes but haven't tried this combination yet!
A great treat
by E. Evonne
, FRASER, MI on Sep. 2007
These pretzels are easy to make, and make a great treat. We made these for a shower. We put them in baggies and gave them to everyone. They all loved them to take home. We also had them in bowls to snack on before the shower started. Everyone really loved a change from the nuts and candy.
One of my favorite Holiday Treats!
by E. Elizabeth
, SAINT LOUIS, MO on Feb. 2007
These are GREAT! I eat as many as I make! The perfect combination of sweet and salty. They are a bit time consuming, but well worth the time and effort. The sesame seeds add a nice nutty taste and texture to it, but they do add a bit to the expense. This Christmas I make them without the seeds and they were just as yummy! I also used the smaller twists, which don't break as easily as the larger ones. But of course, you have to make MORE of them smaller ones, but I didn't mind at all. Package them up in a decorated chinese carry-out container and they make a great gift idea! These will always be on my holiday cookie tray.
by M. MARY
, GEORGETOWN, KY on Oct. 2006
These are so good! These will make excellent additions to my cookie trays this Christmas!
by J. Jan
, BLYTHEVILLE, AR on Aug. 2006
I made these when the Grandchildren came this weekend, they are always snacking, BUT I also mixed the pnut butter with choc morsels, and after the butterscotch side set up, I dipped the other side in the chocolate mixture. They were great, I was hoping to have SOME left to bring to work today, WRONG!
, on Jul. 2006
I made these the other day, and they were all gone by the end of the day. I ended up putting the whole pretzel in the mix and covered the whole thing. It was really good that way. I will definitely make these again.
Peanut Butterscotch Pretzel Snacks
by J. JIM
, ORLANDO, FL on Dec. 2005
I like to make these to snack on when I go on business trips & fly to get there. Better than the stuff on the plane & cheaper too.
great for bake sale
by T. Tina
, Shorewood, IL on Jul. 2005
I used toffee pieces instead of sesame seeds and they turned out fantastic! They sold out at our bake sale, people came back to buy more after trying them.
by k. karen
, CLAY, NY on Jul. 2005
We had these at a family gathering. Everyone enjoyed the combination of salty and sweet. I also liked how easy they were to put together plus a nice change from our usual chocolate dipped pretzels. :)
by M. Michele
, TAUNTON, MA on May. 2005
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