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Auntie Anne’s Pretzels are now available at specialty retailers, regional grocery stores, and at club stores. This kit provides an opportunity for you to enjoy the fresh baked goodness of Auntie Anne’s products in the comforts of your own kitchen.
I put off making this for a while because it seemed like a hassle, I had to wait for the dough to rise albeit it was only for half an hour! When I bake I don’t want to have to stop and wait then go back. By that time my “baking mood” could very well be over. Then I thought that there is no way it can taste as great as actually getting them from the mall. Well…
First off, the instructions are easy to follow. Once the dough has risen, you need to roll it out and cut it into strips. We decided to make balls instead. The instructions state that the dough should yield 50-60 pretzel sticks. Needless to say, we didn’t get that many balls or pretzels from it, we made ours larger than they should of been. You can also visit the Auntie Anne’s site for recipes to experience pretzes in ways you never would of thought; pretzel stuffing, monkey bread or even apple dumplings.We decided to make some of our pretzels cinnamon which turned out more “well done” than we would of liked. The cooking time was quick too, maybe 7 minutes. The kids liked the pretzels as they finished them off the same day! But we all agreed that there was no comparing them to buying them at the mall already made!
Disclosure: I was provided with product for this review. All views and opinions with regard to Auntie Anne’s At Home Baking Kit Review or the company are my own and were not influenced by the company.