Salted Caramel Pretzel Snaps
This Salted Caramel Pretzel Snaps recipe combines two flavors and tastes that everyone always loves to eat together. Those two flavors are the tastes of salt against the taste of sweet. This combination in the Salted Caramel Pretzel Snaps recipe makes them especially delicious to make and share with the kids (and anyone else who happens to drop in). And this recipe is made using all manufactured materials so it is really a matter of putting together commercial ingredients and has no baking involved in it at all. So this Salted Caramel Pretzel Snaps recipe will come together in minutes. The kids can help along the way, too, so there is fun in this Salted Caramel Pretzel Snaps recipe for everyone. And, of course, the best fun will be when you eat them, once they are done!
This pretzel recipe is very easy to make up since all the ingredients are prepackaged and prepared. So the kids can help, first, by setting out the individual mini pretzels on a surface like a cookie pan or at least on parchment paper. That is so the other ingredients that get drizzled on top of the pretzels have a place to sit that is clean. Then the other ingredients are drizzled on top. The kids may or may not be able to help at this step of the Salted Caramel Pretzel Snaps recipe, depending, of course, on their age and perhaps their experience with the baking process. But even helping to lay out the pretzels will offer them plenty of fun, and let them feel like they are a part of the process.
This recipe blends two flavors that really work together, sweet and salty. You only need a bit of salty to really help the sweet flavor to pop. And, of course, it is far easier to have too much salt too quickly than it seems to be to have too much sweet. It can be really surprising how sweet a food can become without it being too sweet compared to how quickly you can over salt a dish that you are preparing. In this Salted Caramel Pretzel Snaps recipe the pretzels already come salted, so you do not need to worry about determining how much salt should go in to this recipe. And the salt on the pretzel combined with the caramel with taste like salted caramel, which is a fabulous flavor to try (especially if you have not had it before). So enjoy this easy to put together recipe, which uses all prepared foods and is more a matter of assembling ingredients than actually making or baking anything. That means this sweet treat can be made with help from the kids!
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