Is it right to share a recipe with you when it is for something I can not keep in my house? I think so!! I have been making these pretzel's for years now. The girls that I used to work with, at the bank, would know these as "Lori's Pretzels".
Anything Lori brought in for our food days, never lasted long!
These pretzels are just so simple, and so good! Honestly, I can't keep them in my house! I have made several batches recently for some parties, and I just want them out! Why? If they are in the house, they disappear. Gone. No where to be found. Why? You eat them. Addictively. One handful after another. Salty, buttery, garlicky, ranchy.....Need I say more?
This is not a healthy recipe. The party I took them to this weekend had a lot of healthy eaters attending. When the first lady asked me for the recipe, I was afraid to tell her, thinking she would set her pretzels down and walk away. Nope. She didn't care. She was already addicted and
kept on eating.
Try 'em. Let me know. Can you eat just one???
Buttery Garlic Ranch Pretzels (AKA Crack Pretzels)
16 oz. bag Mini Pretzels
4 oz. Orville Redenbacher Buttery Flavor Popcorn Oil
1 oz. package Hidden Valley Ranch Dip Mix (Original)
2 tsp garlic powder ( I use 3 tsp since I love them really garlicky)
Pour pretzels into large mixing bowl. Toss with popcorn oil, until pretzels are coated with the oil. Sprinkle the dip mix and garlic powder over the pretzels. Toss again until all the ingredients are distributed over all the pretzels. Spend a couple minutes doing this to be sure everything is evenly distributed.
Pour onto large cookie sheet and let dry for several hours. Once dry, store in airtight container.
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