Pretzels are one of those items that you can get at any park but the ones over at Germany’s Sommerfest and the carts are different. These pretzels aren’t the kind that you find in your freezer section of your local grocery store. These pretzels are really good. They are big, soft, fresh and have a nice butter coating with pretzel salt. It is one of my favorite snacks and I rarely ever miss grabbing one with a good German beer. This pretzel you can eat by itself or dip it in a nice spicy brown mustard. Either way, it’s good. So if you haven’t tried these make sure to pick one up on your next trip to Epcot.
Tip: If you are making these at home using the Disney recipe, melt a little bit of butter to brush on top before place in the oven. Also, it’s great dipped in Bavarian Beer Cheese Spread (which isn’t Disney but delicious).
Thanks to the wonderful Kristen for this yummy treat!
Photo credit by maidink
Here is a plug for an upcoming event of hers that I have marked on my calendar!!!
This is the first ever LIVE Cooking with Mickey ChatCast. Please join Kristen as she creates some of your favorite Disney dishes and even a cocktail. The recipes will come from Napa Rose (Disneyland), Boma and Kouzzina (Walt Disney World). Please join her and feel free to interact! You can ask questions about cooking, Disney dining, restaurants and more.
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