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Homemade Baked Soft Pretzels #kidsinthekitchen

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With all the snow we had this week i vowed it would be a a baking week. Shae said “YAY” and Rob said “Nope, not for you”.  Her poor little spirit was crushed. Ok, it really wasn’t, she knew he was kidding. I decided on a couple of things but this is what turn out successful. Baked Soft Pretzels.Baked Soft Pretzels #kidsinthekitchen

Soft Baked Pretzels were made and they will be made again and again and again. They were THAT good.  The whole process wasn’t hard. As with just about any recipe where dough is used it’s a long process but so worth it. Next time we are doubling.

Baked Soft Pretzels #kidsinthekitchen

We followed Alton Brown’s Homemade Soft Pretzel recipe from 2007 to a tee, no adjustments, no modifications, just as he posts it here.  Watch Shae roll out and shape the pretzels all on her own. We ate them while they were still hot with spicy brown mustard and honey mustard.

Baked Soft Pretzels #kidsinthekitchen

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About Melinda

Melinda is half of the mom & dad blogging team from LookWhatMomFound...and Dad too! Over 4 years ago Melinda left the corporate world to focus on raising her children while being a SAHM. With 17 years of parenting practice to 3 kids life has provided her many experiences that are used to educate the family on morals, ethics and the difference between right and wrong. While academics are very important, a full education goes beyond books and grades. Melinda strives to raise children with good hearts, strong principles and a foundation built on love and respect for others.
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Comments

  1. YUM! Baked Soft Pretzels seem to be pretty tricky – so glad these turned out on the first try!

  2. Oh these look delicious and like so much fun to make with the kids!

  3. Those look like some yummy pretzels! I’ve been meaning to make some with the kids — might be just what we need today!

    Thanks for hosting!

  4. YUM! Going to have to try that! Last year I got to do a review for Auntie Anne’s and my son got to help make some pretzels and then we got a TON to take home plus coupons! Going to have to do this!

  5. These look so good! Now I have a craving for garlic and parmesan pretzels- I will have to make them while the kids nap! :)

  6. I really like soft pretzels! I need to attempt at making some sometime.

  7. Those turned out super yummy looking!!

  8. Yum! We love homemade pretzels. It has been years since I made them though.

  9. Jennifer @ My Sweet Sanity says:

    Yesterday I was sitting here thinking that I should make pretzels for the Super Bowl! Homemade pretzels are always so good.

  10. Yum!! That sounds delicious…and fun to make!

  11. These look delicious, and Shae is just adorable. I was actually craving hot pretzels yesterday. I am giving this a pin.

  12. So fun. We love making homemade soft pretzels and creating fun shapes. Great idea for our next snow day. Which I think will be Monday. Urg.

  13. My kids love pretzels. I’m sooooooo going to try this with them over the weekend

  14. thanks for the party! i am off to make some pretzels :)

  15. Brian made pretzels the other night. The kids loved helping. I will link up his Kids in the Kitchen post!

  16. These look soooooooo yummy!

  17. I need to make these NOW! Soft pretzels are a weakness for everyone in my family. So excited to make these!

  18. I love soft pretzels, they are so delicious! I’m pinning this recipe to give it a shot.

  19. Okay, I actually started salivating midway through your post. Totally going to give these soft pretzels a shot, thanks!

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