Imagine a unique twist to your grab-and-go meal! We offer an assortment of amazing, ready-to-heat pretzels, using ALL-NATURAL and PREMIUM ingredients, like freshly shredded cheeses, hearty spices, unbleached flour and whole grains. We combine a traditional European recipe with our own special twist, creating a truly handmade soft pretzel that is great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!
Source of Whole Grain
No Trans Fats
Twisted by Hand & Made from Scratch
No Hydrogenated Oils
Made in a Nut-Free Facility
I want to add that it also makes a great snack!
And look at the variety of products they offer:
- Classic and Stuffed Pretzels - Traditional Bavarian, Sourdough Parmesan, Pizza Pretzel, Grilled Cheese, Cheddar Jalapeno, Spinach Feta, Cream Cheese, Egg and Cheese, Apple Cinnamon, and Cinnamon Roll
- Gluten Free Pretzels- Gluten Free Bavarian
- Stuffed Bagels- Cream Cheese, Egg and Cheese, Cinnamon Roll
I was lucky enough to try some of their pretzels. I got two varieties, Their Pizza Pretzels and their Traditional Bavarian Pretzels. You may remember that I have talked about how my children are picky eaters. I thought they might go for Pizza Pretzels because pizza is one of the few things they will eat. I also decided to try the Bavarian Pretzels because they seemed the least exotic and I thought my girls might go for that.
We baked the pretzel in our toaster oven following the directions on the package. I love how it looked all golden and gooey.
When we bit into it we were pleased to discover that the dough was crisp and the pizza filling was warm and tasty. It was yummy! Now, I am not going to lie. Does it taste exactly like a pizza? No, of course not. It's a pizza filled pretzel. But it is delicious and helped calm the hubby's craving for pizza. But lets get to the toughest critics, our 3 year old twins and our 20 month old. I think the girls were confused when we told them it was a pizza pretzel. They had these blank looks on their faces. I guess the lure of the word pizza must have been too strong because they tried them and ate their entire pieces. I felt bad that we only made one pretzel to split among the five of us, but I didn't think my daughters would eat it.
The salted pretzel.
I totally wasn't expecting to love them as much as I did. We really liked the Pizza Pretzel, and well, how could a Bavarian Pretzel be better than that? For us it was. It was soft and chewy with crunchy salt on top. I slathered mine with yellow mustard and it just took me back to being a kid and eating a soft pretzel at the ball game. Hubby had his with no mustard and adored it just as much. I cannot say enough good things about this pretzel. Just writing about it has me craving some.
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You can buy their products on their website. You can also go to their store locator page and find out where you can purchase Kim and Scott's Gourmet Pretzels in your area. For those friends who live near me, I was able to find my pretzels at Sprouts.
Disclosure: I was sent this product for review. All opinions expressed are my own. I received no monetary compensation for this review.
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