Wednesday, December 3, 2014

SuperPretzel Bavarian Pretzels Review and Giveaway

Disclosure:  Product was received for the purpose of this review.




In my household we like our snacks salty and we like a little bread with our meals. Yes, I confess that I have raised a family of carb lovers and salt cravers. I've recently been introduced to a product that will satisfy our appetite for both. SuperPretzel's Bavarian Pretzel Sticks and Rolls from J&J Snack Foods are the perfect combination of soft pretzel with plenty of salt if desired.  The new pretzels come in both sticks and rolls and can be found in the freezer section of your grocery store.





The restaurant style pretzels are super easy to make.  You can either microwave them or put them in the oven.  If you microwave them you can make one in about 30 seconds!  If you make the whole package of 8 you can have a substantial warm side in under two minutes.  These pair wonderfully with all the soups we make during the colder months. 



The baked pretzels are nice and soft and have a good flavor on their own before you add the salt.  Of course they also come with a bag of course salt that you can use.  Just moisten the pretzels slightly before adding it.  I personally felt that the whole bag of salt was a bit much. These pretzels are good with just a little bit of it.


Both styles of the Bavarian pretzels were a big hit in my family.  Everybody wanted to make sure they got their fair share! 

To learn more about SuperPretzel Bavarian Soft Pretzel Rolls & Sticks and the rest of the SuperPretzel family of products be sure to visit the SuperPretzel website. You can also connect with SuperPretzel on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.



The Giveaway:  Thanks to J&J Snack Foods one lucky reader will win 3 VIP Coupons they can use for FREE boxes of SuperPretzel Bavarian Soft Pretzel Rolls or Sticks




Disclosure: I received product for the purpose of an honest review. All opinions are 100% mine. Confessions of a Frugal Mind is not responsible for prize fulfillment.










57 comments:

  1. I make a great potato and corn chowder that I think would be great with these.

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  2. They would make a great side to Shepherd's Pie :)

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    melly66(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  3. These would be great with a bowl of chili

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  4. These would be great with a bowl of stew and fresh fruit for dessert.

    Nancy
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  5. Frankly, i love eating them a side unto themselves. so yummy!

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  6. these would be great with a bowl of creamy chicken.

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  7. with pulled pork -- YUM
    Rafflecopter name: Enelram

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  8. set out with a platter of cheese and sausage

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  9. They would make a great side to a bowl of chicken wild rice soup!

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  10. These would go great with a beer cheese soup. Yum! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  11. These pretzels would be a great side ot my chili

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  12. I think they would be good with a bowl green beans, potatoes and ham.

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  13. I'd eat them by themselves. Love pretzels!

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  14. They would be good with shepards pie or by themselves

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  15. They would be great with lunch.

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  16. THE WHUH? where have i been to not have seen these??

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  17. These would make a great side to a bowl of chili.

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  18. I would ave these with some baked potato soup or cut it and have sliders ,natbelinsky@verizon.net

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  19. I think they'd be great with some ham and mustard.

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  20. abrennan09@hotmail.com
    Hmmm. Maybe a nice vegetable soup. Or cream of mushroom.

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  21. This would be great to go with pasta with white sauce. :)

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  22. I'm thinking this would be really good with some BBQ ribs!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  23. i would eat htem on their own. there is always time for pretzels. or i would eat them with cheese and beer.

    danielle marie

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  24. Just about any meal would be good with these. But I'm thinking lunch soup & pretzels

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  25. Soup would be best.

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  26. I would make a chicken corn chowder to go with them
    marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com
    Merry

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  27. I think the rolls look like they would make great sandwich rolls!

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  28. hamburgers would be good

    aarone mawdsley
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  29. I would make hamburgers and use them as the buns.

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  30. I would make these with a big bowl of lentil soup.

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  31. I would eat these primarily as a snack or appetizer, but these would also go good with macaroni and cheese so you could dip them in the cheesy sauce.

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  32. These would be good for crab dip.

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  33. I think these would be great to pack with lunch meat and cheese cubes for a lunch at work.

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  34. I would have it with chicken parm

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  35. Fried bologna and cheese sandwiches with nacho cheese for dipping. yummy!!!

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  36. I think they would go great with smoked sausage.

    rtrexel@gmail.com

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  37. these would be great with my potato soup!

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  38. I think these would go great with soup :)

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  39. I think they'd be a great side with a nice, big salad.

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  40. I think they would be a great side with beef stew.

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  41. I think they would go great with potato soup. thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  42. I would make sliders - meat for my husband, vegan ones for me.

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  43. These would make a great side with homemade pizza.

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  44. I make some really good goulash and these would go great with it!
    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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  45. This would go great with Ceaser Salad.

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  46. These would be great with vegetable soup.

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