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Generous chunks of our Sourdough Hard Pretzels bursting with intense flavor combinations like the authentic taste of our Cheddar Cheese Pretzel Pieces.
Give yourself a break with our pretzel pieces. Small bits of your favorite pretzel, delightfully coated with extraordinary flavor!
Not suitable for small children who could choke on small pieces.
Contains: Gluten-containing cereals, Milk
May Contain: Peanuts
Pretzels are often a go to snack in our house, especially for Miss 4 and myself, while Miss 4 loves to eat them straight from the pack I prefer to serve mine on a snack platter along with some cheese, dips and other bits and pieces as on there own pretzels can sometimes taste a bit plain and often after eating a few my mouth can become quite dry. I was so excited to see the range of flavours available in the pretzel pieces and one of the ones that I was most looking forward to trying was the cheddar cheese variety, I mean who doesn't love cheese?
The cheddar cheese pretzel pieces come in a 125g and are in a beautifully presented bag which is gold with a deep bright yellow colour, the perfect colour combination for a packet which contains cheese flavoured pretzels. The package says that these are 'bursting with flavour' and I can say that they really are bursting with flavour. The pretzel pieces while they come in many various shaped sizes are flavour packed and have flavour that you can really see which comes in a yellow powdered form. The taste is very cheesey and does remind me of a sharp cheddar cheese, and it also in my opinion tastes a look like Twisties which I love. Miss 4 and her friends absolutely loved devouring these to and kept asking for more, however I had to tell them that they were all gone as I had something that I wanted to try out with the remainder of the packet.
Instead of making my usual Macaroni Cheese for dinner I decided to make some Mac and Cheese balls, which the recipe stated were to be rolled into balls and then coated in breadcrumbs before being fried in oil. I made the Mac and Cheese as per directions and then left it to cool, once cooled I rolled the pasta into small balls and then blended up some of the cheddar cheese pretzel pieces in the blender with the same amount of bread crumbs until the pretzels resembled fine crumbs, and then I used this to coat the balls, before frying them in hot oil until golden and crisp. These were absolutely amazing the creamy cheese sauce went incredibly well with the crispy coating of the bread crumbs and cheddar cheese pretzels, everyone who tried them loved them, including my partners parents, and Miss 4 and had asked me how I made them so cheesey. I'm pretty sure it was the pretzels that made this dish complete. The balls were great on there own but also with a tomato dipping sauce.
There is no questioning whether or not I will be buying these again, as I absolutely will be they are delicious, a great alternative to potato chips, and they would be perfect to have on a snack platter at a BBQ or party, and also as a snack for kids and adults too. 10/10 from me a great tasting product.
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