German Pretzels + Beer Cheese Dip, the perfect pairing for Oktoberfest or game day. This appetizer is sure to please any crowd!
I received product from Granite Mill Farms in exchange for this post.
American Craft Beer Week ends on Saturday, and then come Sunday is World Baking Day.
So many made-up holidays, I know. But beer and baking are two things worth celebrating. Why not mix the two, I say?
You can, with German Pretzels + Beer Cheese Dip. With these, we’ll have ourselves a hybrid holiday.
Because both beer and bread are made from golden wheat, this pairing is meant to be.
On the way to South Africa in March, we had a long layover in Munich. My mom and I ventured into the city center for lunch at the famous Hofbräuhaus.
Some of the dirndl-donning waitresses carried wicker baskets filled with giant pretzels. And by giant, I mean easily a foot wide.
I HAD to have one of those giant, shiny pretzels dotted with flecks of salt. So we split one.
And it was glorious. Unlike any ballpark pretzel or mall pretzel. (Two very different kinds of pretzels, if you ask me.)
Ever since, I’ve been craving another one of those salty, crispy-edged, soft-bodied, bready pretzels. I had to recreate them.
I paired these amazing soft pretzels with my Beer Cheese Dip. You can find the recipe today over at My Cooking Spot.
Click below to see the recipe!
Granite Mill Farms is a family-based business in the Rocky Mountains of Montana. All of their grains are stone-ground, 100 percent organic and have no additives.
Before it is milled, the grain is sprouted and dried, which changes the composition of the grain to make it more easily digestible.
For the pretzels, they add a gentle crunchy flavor, and I think you’re going to love them. (They’re even better with Beer Cheese Dip, I promise.) // susannah
The sprouted flour in this recipe was graciously provided by Granite Mill Farms. Be sure to check out my World Baking Day Partners:
- Angi from SchneiderPeeps
- Chris from Joybilee Farm
- Jami from An Oregon Cottage
- Kathie from Homespun Seasonal Living
- Liz from Project Pastry Love
- Lynda from Me and My Pink Mixer
- Rhonda from The Farmer’s Lamp
- Sheila from Life, Love, and Good Food
- Wendy from The Monday Box
Pairs well with my beer cheese recipe on My Cooking Spot As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
Nutrition Information: Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1 pretzel
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 190Total Fat: 4gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 10mgSodium: 2964mgCarbohydrates: 32gFiber: 1gSugar: 0gProtein: 5g
Pairs well with my beer cheese recipe on My Cooking Spot
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