Ranch Pretzels!

So it’s been a gazillion years since I last blogged. It was my new year’s resolution to do more things for me, have some more adventures, and to blog more. Well, 35 days in and I’m sort of finally getting around to starting. I’m not judging myself, well maybe a little, but I have been a super busy crafting bee, so I’ve got plenty of ammo for a ton of blog posts.

Today’s post is a SIMPLE SIMPLE SIMPLE snack I made this weekend with one of my dear friends, Dana, who I’ve known all 26.5 years of her life, and who also happens to be the younger sister of one of my closest and oldest friends who’s surprise engagement party was featured in my rice krispie fail post.

Back to the real point at hand… Dan’s roommate made these AMAZING ranch pretzels (that we’re not sure we were actually allowed to taste but of course we did). So when she was coming for a slumber party and craft night this past weekend, I knew this was our chance to try and recreate those delicious beauties!! We were out grocery shopping at (do I really even need to say) Wegman’s and picked up the essentials. We used the recipe found on Cooks.com, which is a great website with TONS of awesome and easy recipes!!! Anyways, this was just so unbelievably easy, and since making them on Saturday night, they’re already gone. My mom and I were munching n them while crafting earlier this week, but Dana and I had already done some pretty good damage on Saturday evening. Recipe is below the photos. Any suggestions for how to make these honey mustard version, PLEASE LET ME KNOWWWWWWWWWWWW (they’re my favorite)

So, as always, ENJOY!! And HAPPY BAKING (or mixing a few ingredients together and pouring over pre-made pretzels and warming. same thing, right?)

Love y’all,

Linny

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Ingredients:

1 bag Snyder sourdough pretzel’s – we just smashed them up in the bag so that they were little pieces

3/4 c. vegetable oil (I only had 1/2 a cup, so mixed with EVOO and was fine)

1 pkg. Hidden Valley Ranch salad dressing (buttermilk)
1 tsp. dill weed
1/4 tsp. garlic powder

Mix everything but pretzels together.

We put the pretzels in a 9×13 baking pan, worked out well for stirring up.

We baked at 350degrees for 15 minutes, tossing twice while baking.

DELISH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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