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    Default Stale Pretzels!

    Does anyone have a way to revive stale pretzels? I know you can nuke taco chips to revive them but I'm not sure about pretzels? If so how long? DH suggests popping them in the oven. This is a bag of the mini ones.

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    You could make flavored pretzles. Melt some butter and put some seasonings in it. I use garlic powder, season salt, italian seasoning, anything would work. Put the pretzles in a bowl then dump the butter and seasonings over the top of them. Mix well, bake at 300 til crispy again, about 30 minutes to 1 hour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tervsforme
    You could make flavored pretzles. Melt some butter and put some seasonings in it. I use garlic powder, season salt, italian seasoning, anything would work. Put the pretzles in a bowl then dump the butter and seasonings over the top of them. Mix well, bake at 300 til crispy again, about 30 minutes to 1 hour.
    I'm not keen on pretzels but that sounds really yummy!!!
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    thanks for the pretzel idea.....that sounds super yummy!!!

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    I wonder if you could revive them the same way you do saltine crackers? I can't remember exactly how it's done, but I think it involves diping them in ice cold water then putting them in the oven.

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    WOW! Thanks for the hint Kim. Will give that a try tonight for a movie snack.

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