Yogurt pretzels are a simple thing to make. They are fun and tasty, although the calorie count is not for the faint of heart! Seriously, don't look it up, just enjoy these little delectables a few at a time and you'll be fine. Moderation is always key and these pretzels taste so good that they're worth it.
The first time I made these, the yogurt didn't coat the pretzel as well as I would've liked, so I ended up doing the process twice. You can watch that video here. To avoid that, you can make the yogurt mixture and put it in the fridge to stiffen up a little first and then proceed with the dipping and setting.
This recipe would be a fun project for children. Getting to dip the pretzels into the yogurt would also be really good for developing hose fine motor skills as well as teaching patience. And, it's vegetarian, so for those with certain dietary restrictions, this can still be an acceptable snack.
Another great thing about this recipe is that you put it in a preheated oven that's turned off, so, this really frees up your time. You can make them in the morning before work or errands and let them set in the oven with no fear of burning your house down. And, that's always a good thing!
Yogurt-Dipped Pretzel Recipe
2 Cups Yogurt
5 Cups Confectioners Sugar
Bag of Pretzels (any kind)
1. Preheat oven to 250 ° F. Put Yogurt in medium mixing bowl.
2. Using a hand mixer on low, mix in Confectioners Sugar 1 cup at a time until it's all thoroughly mixed
3. Spray a cooling rack with nonstick spray. Dip the pretzels in the yogurt one at a time and place on rack.
4. Put rack on a baking sheet. Turn oven off and place pretzels in oven.
5. Allow to set for 3-4 hours. Enjoy! (Their shelf life is 3 days.)
I hope that you enjoy this recipe as much as we do. You can enjoy them with your family or give as gifts in little jars. You can also add a couple of drops of food coloring to make them even more festive. The possibilities are endless! If you make this recipe please comment below or share on Twitter using #alacuisinellc. Have you made these before? Do you have a different recipe?
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