Recipe of the Month


When it comes to Walt Dis­ney World snacks, I’m a sucker for a good pret­zel. Thank­fully, there’s a wide va­ri­ety of op­tions from which to choose. More of­ten than not, I grab the tra­di­tional Mickey pret­zel. But, lit­tle did I know that there is an­other type of soft pret­zel hid­ing in Ep­cot’s World Show­case.

The jumbo Ger­man soft pret­zels that are sold at the kiosks and Som­mer­fest Counter Ser­vice lo­ca­tions in the Ger­many pav­il­ion are a sight to be seen. They are lit­er­ally big­ger than your head! They’re also dif­fer­ent from the av­er­age pret­zels that you’ll find in the parks. With a darker color and crisper ex­te­rior, they have a more de­vel­oped fla­vor. Warm, salty, and chewy, they go well with a side of mus­tard and a Ger­man beer. Th­ese pret­zels are per­fect for shar­ing and should be shared since they run about $10.00 each. I usu­ally tend to grab a sweet snack in Ger­many, but th­ese are great if a sa­vory crav­ing strikes.

Un­for­tu­nately, trips to the World are few and far be­tween. It’s not con­ve­nient for us to hit the parks once a crav­ing for a soft pret­zel hits. While there are frozen pret­zels at the lo­cal gro­cery store, they just don’t fit the bill. The so­lu­tion: make them at home! You’d be sur­prised by just how easy it is to whip up a batch of au­then­tic Ger­man soft pret­zels.

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