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Homemade Auntie Annes Pretzels

Homemade Auntie Annes Pretzels
I'm sorry to be the bearer of another diet busting recipe... really I am! I'm not intentionally trying to sway you from your positive eating habits, but we all know the Superbowl is coming up and it's not a day to snack on fruits and vegetables. It's a day of indulgence- so enjoy it for what it is! Now I'm sure the title of this post intrigued most of you- many of you have probably had Auntie Annes Pretzels. It's impossible to walk through the mall and not get hit with that amazing aroma of fresh pretzels baking in the oven. It gets me every time! Well, I decided to give it a try and see for myself how authentic it really is and let me tell you- this is the real deal! Whether you like the traditional salted pretzel dipped in mustard or the sinfully delicious cinnamon and sugar pretzel dipped in icing, you have the instructions here to make them. Recipe Tips I recommend serving your pretzels immediately. Using a spoon, gently stir until your yeast dissolves: Then add your brown sugar: Salt:

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