Toss julienned carrots, sun dried and golden raisins with your favorite homemade creamy dressing or vinaigrette. If you are short on time try Marie’s Slaw Dressing. Great on top of Pretzel Crisps or as a salad with a side of Pretzel Crisps!
Wrap each shrimp in a piece of bacon then place under broiler, turning occasionally, 3 to 4 inches from heat for about 8 to 10 minutes, until bacon is crisp and browned. Drizzle with a sweet honey mustard avocado bacon sauce! Place on top of original Pretzel Crisps.
Place two banana slices on a Sesame, Original or Cinnamon Toast Pretzel Crisps. Top with a candied or plain pecan, drizzle with honey.
Toss white beans with a touch of olive oil, lemon juice, feta, and chopped herbs. Spoon on a Pretzel Crisps (go for Sesame or Everything!) for a light and healthy snack or appetizer.
Date, Walnut & Blue Cheese Lincoln Log: “Pair Original Pretzel Crisps with a homemade Date, Walnut & Blue Cheese Lincoln Log! Or to save time, any cheese log will do!
Scoop a little of your grandma’s Washington apple pie onto an Original or Cinnamon Toast Pretzel Crisps. Place a few pieces of the crust, and dollop with whipped cream. Sprinkle with cinnamon. If you don’t have Grandma’s recipe check out this one by Ryan on Man Tested Recipes: http://mantestedrecipes.com/recipe/2392/washington-apple-pie.aspx
Sliced peach with smoked gouda. Sandwiched in between two Pretzel Crisps.
Top Original Pretzel Crisps with store-bought chocolate hazelnut spread. Top with a raspberry and garnish with an edible flower (violets work best because of their size and ability to tuck into the top of the berry).
Use a small spatula or knife to spread refried beans into football shapes. Pipe white laces out with sour cream. Don’t worry about fitting all eight laces!