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These are a replicas of Auntie Anne's pretzels. They look as good as they taste!
These really tasted like those store-bought ones and were a hit with my family.
So gonna make these again! :D

For the glazes, you can have them sweet/salty.

SWEET: Melt butter, sugar and cinnamon.
Brush/dip this onto the pretzels AFTER you've baked them.

SALTY: BEFORE baking them, sprinkle salt on them so they can melt during the baking process.
Using a brush, brush some olive oil on it.

(I did mine sweet.)

Inspiration: http://www.auntieannes.com/Products/Pretzels.aspx


Posted by YolandaJade from Singapore, Singapore • Published See YolandaJade's 4 projects »
  • Step 1

    Mix the packet of yeast in the 1.5 cup warm water
    stir it 'til it dissolves.

    (It may stink. Mine did.)

    Let's call this 'Solution A'

  • Step 2

    Add the brown sugar and salt into 'A' 'til they dissolve.

  • Step 3

    Mix 'A' to the flour.

    Knead til it becomes dough.

  • Step 4

    Leave the dough to rise for 30-45 mins.

  • Step 5

    After it has risen, cut the dough to pieces.
    Knead it into the shape that you want it to be.

    (e.g. sticks, nuggets or like braids)

    You can view my other tutorial on how to make Auntie Anne's signature pretzel shape.

  • Step 6

    Mix the other 1/2 cup warm water with the 1/2 tsp baking soda.

    This is solution 'B'

  • Step 7

    Dip/brush 'B' onto the dough.

  • Step 8

    Place the dough onto a tray

    with parchment paper
    greased with butter
    sprayed with cooking spray.

    DON'T FORGET the salt if you are doing salty version

  • Step 9

    Bake in oven for about 10 minutes or until golden.

    Oven temp:
    450 fahrenheit
    230 celsius

  • Step 10

    Do the glaze and you're done! :D

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Felecity W.
Felecity W. · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 86 projects
I need to upload a version! We have made these twice so far and each time they were delish! I added 4 cups flour and 1 tsp salt, for people that noticed the lack of measurements. Also we mixed shredded cheese into the dough and it came out really good. Thanks for sharing!
Anna W.
Anna W.
how much salt do you put in?

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