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Auntie Anne’s Pretzels at Home

We can’t resist the goodness of an Auntie Anne’s pretzel at our local mall.  Hot, buttery, right out of the oven pretzels that practically melt in your mouth.  You could say it’s our little tradition and weakness to grab a pretzel or two while shopping, even if it means spoiling our appetite.  

Now you can bring the goodness of Auntie Anne’s home with the at-home baking kit.  All if the ingredients except butter, water and cooking spray are included in the kit.

Making the dough is half the fun.  It is a process to make the dough and let it rest and rise, but it’s really fun.  If you like to bake you will love this recipe.

I even surprised myself with my ability to turn a piece of dough into looking like a pretzel. It does help having easy to follow instructions.  From beginning to ends it was a 45 minute process to get out of the oven pretzels.  You can also get creative and make  Stix and Nuggets for the little’s.  The box also has unique recipe ideas like the Rustic Apple Tart, Apple Cinnamon Rolls, Gingerbread Monkey Bread, and Gingerbread Cake.

What do I think?

Comparable to getting a pretzel from the mall these were pretty close.  Evenly rolling the pretzels out to give them an even baking time was half the battle.   We all loved them drizzled in butter and topped with cinnamon sugar.  The kit makes about 10 pretzels I got 12 making a few smaller for the little one’s.  Next time we will make these when we have company coming.  They are the best right out of the oven.

Find Auntie Anne’s original baking kit at local retailers.

Connect with Auntie Anne’s on facebook.


Michelle Cantu is a digital influencer, entrepreneur and business owner. She built a thriving community dedicated to supporting parents and inspiring moms. Michelle is in her fifth year of homeschooling her 4 kids with her husband right outside of San Antonio, Texas. Instagram, twitter and facebook.

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15 thoughts on “Auntie Anne’s Pretzels at Home

  1. We used to have an Auntie Anne’s in the mall here but it’s been gone a few years. I miss it! I will have to check out these kits.

  2. OMG_-we LOVE Auntie’s pretzels!! what a great find! thanks for sharing–we will be sure to go out and bring some home to make 🙂

  3. My son would go crazy if we made pretzels at home. I’ll have to look for these kits, especially since I want to teach him how to cook.

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