Cinnamon (Or: Frozen pretzels at Shoprite)

One of the random snacks that I enjoyed as a kid was a soft pretzel which you put in the microwave for 30 seconds. They come frozen. You get six in a box, as well as a bag of pretzel salt which is a bit thicker than regular table salt. I think you are supposed to wet the pretzel a bit to help it stick. (The most amusing thing is the warning not to use the entire salt packet for one pretzel, as it’s enough for six.) But I just dump a bit of table salt on a plate and duck a bit of pretzel into it. Sometimes I dunk the pretzel in mustard.

I had mentioned to Marco a few weeks ago that I had found these things again. Recently he mentioned wanting to try them with cinnamon, which I thought was… interesting. I really couldn’t envision it.

Well, I forgot that I live in America. If you want a flavor, they’ve probably already thought of it and manufactured it for you.

During today’s trip to Shoprite I looked at the frozen pretzels and realized that they had a cinnamon flavor. Crazy! I didn’t pick up a box yet, but I will before Marco comes. I’ll report back if it’s decent or not…

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5 thoughts on “Cinnamon (Or: Frozen pretzels at Shoprite)

  1. Henny

    I like the mustard pretzels , taste good.
    Groetjes uit Holland
    Bey Niki

  2. Marco

    Both Roger and I just sort of drooled a bit. Want! 🙂 They’ll go great with the cinnamon bagels I’ll have in the morning! 🙂 🙂

  3. Here’s the deal Niki. My Good Husband MAKES pretzels at home. They are fabulous. Yes, we dust them with kosher salt (it is the coarse salt), and then we dunk them in mustard. They are sublime. In fact, I think it is time home made pretzels – big, fat pillowy soft on the inside, crisp on the outside, show up in this house. Thanks for the reminder. Virginia

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