Hot dogs are kind of a classic sporting event staple. Whether you go to a football game or a baseball game, there are always hot dogs. Another thing that is always there? Big soft pretzels. So why not combine the two, and have them at your game day event. Or even just a fun dinner on any Sunday.
Soft pretzels are one of my favorite treats. You can’t walk through the mall and not smell them. It takes all my will power not get one every time. Over the years I have made them at home a few times. I have made little bites to go with Cheddar Bacon Ale Dip more than once. When I make the big pretzels, they don’t always turn out so pretty. I am not the best roller. But all that really matters is the taste, right?
Pretzel dogs are pretty easy to make, and they are great because you can make a few or a bunch. I made just a few the day I made these. I used all the leftover dough to make pretzel bites. The dough is a little time consuming, it is a yeast dough after all. But they are so good, and so worth any extra effort. And once you have the dough ready, doing the hot dog part is simple! Serve with a little ketchup or mustard and you have a great party food. You could even do a mini version of this for appetizers. How cute would little bite sized pretzel dogs be?! Pretzel recipe from Food Network As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
If you are not making 8 hot dogs; make small bites or full pretzels following the same instructions with boiling and baking.
Serving Size 1
Amount Per ServingCalories 486 Total Fat 21g Saturated Fat 10g Trans Fat 0g Unsaturated Fat 9g Cholesterol 66mg Sodium 6230mg Carbohydrates 59g Fiber 2g Sugar 1g Protein 14g
Pretzel recipe from Food Network
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