These Pepperoni Soft Pretzels have a delicious buttery flavor, topped with pepperoni and cheese and are reminiscent of the Auntie Anne’s mall pretzels we always loved to treat ourselves to! They are keto friendly, made with mozzarella, cream cheese, and almond flour along with some seasonings to boost the flavor!
Are you drawn into the temptation of Auntie Anne’s pretzel shop when walking the mall? I know the aroma alone makes me want to stop, but for the most part, I walk right on by. Now I won’t have to feel so bad about walking on by because I have a soft pretzel recipe that I can make right at home!
Sunday Supper goes Gluten Free!
In honor our beloved T.R. who we lost to cancer at such a young age, we are sharing recipes that fit his lifestyle. T.R. wrote Gluten Free Crumbley blog which, sadly is no longer available online. There are links at the end of this post to the others participating some are sharing recipes straight from T.R. himself!
From my last few posts, you may have gathered that Grumpy and I have adapted to the Keto diet. After much research and a need to make some serious changes in our home, we decided this was the diet we needed to follow. We need to get control of Grumpy’s diabetes and in a huge effort to avoid insulin shots, I cleaned out our cupboards.
The Grumpy House goes Keto Friendly!
I got rid of every stitch of flour, sugar, and pasta in the house. Label reading and making recipes that would fit into the Keto diet became priority. I have to admit, I didn’t realize how easy it was going to be!
Being new to the Keto diet, I was amazed when I came across the recipe for Fathead dough. I never knew this existed, yet it is all over the internet! This grain free, keto friendly dough is my savior (as well as anyone else on the Keto diet I am sure!). This also fits right into the gluten free diet!
The fathead dough comes together so easily, there is no waiting for anything to rise, and is very easy to work with. I had very little trouble shaping my pretzels. If you think you are going to bite into a doughy pretzel like you would from a warm pretzel shop though you will be disappointed.
While these are soft and delicious, they are not a “real” pretzel. So don’t go into the mindset that you’re getting something exactly like the real thing. Keep your mind open and realize this is a diet lifestyle that is creating recipes “similar” to those you loved and perhaps (like me) were addicted to!
These were really delicious! They turned out to be quite big pretzels, so for a holiday party, you could cut them up into bite sized pieces and serve up appetizer style or just make pretzel nuggets and wrap some of those pepperoni pieces up in them!
Thanks for stopping by today and joining the Sunday Supper group in honoring T.R. I hope you will print out this recipe to make and then scroll on down to see what everyone else has contributed to this event!
Shelby is the author/owner of Grumpy's Honeybunch. Established in 2007, she shares and preserves family recipes as well as recipes for cooking light and keto. She is an experienced, self-taught home cook who loves to share recipes with others. You can see her work on websites such as Veal Made Easy, Parade, Community Table, SoFab Food, Yummly, and FoodGawker.
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