At the Culy editors, we make it our mission to share all our best culinary tips with you. We therefore constantly keep our ears open for tips from all large and small cooking heroes to make food even better, tastier and easier. Today we have one in the category: must try & amazing. Add pretzels to your cookie dough, it’s a crunchy and salty masterstroke.
These snacks are not easy to catch – they have 2 – because they are almost always baked in the shape of a knot. You can get them in big, soft rolls, but also as a small, hard snack, that’s the confusing thing about the name. Nowadays the knot is no longer standard, but they are also offered as sticks, rounds or squares.
But what they all have in common – big or small -: the salt grains on the edge. Yum.
Cookies with an extra crunch: pretzel cookies
In the row of cookie additives, pretzels aren’t the first thing that comes to mind. You might be more likely to think of toffee , cinnamon, Oreo, M&Ms, pecan, and coconut or raspberries . And let’s not forget the good old chocolate chip cookies …
But pretzels give (all of the above) cookies a master boost, a crunch, a kick in every bite, because of the crunchy snacks. In addition, the salt grains provide a good counterbalance to all the sweetness. With this addition of crunch, salt and texture you take your cookie to a new level. And all with the simple addition of pretzels! What else do you want?
Check out a special recipe for sea salt, butterscotch pretzle cookies from Cookies and cups .
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