Pretzel PB&J Sliders
I fell in love with the pretzel recipe in the beginning of the year thanks to Joy the Baker. She has a post on Pretzel Hot Dogs. They are DELIGHTFUL! (I still want to say delicious but David Leite of Leite’s Culinaria has said the word should be banned from the food blogging world and I trust him implicitly.) How many other words for delicious can you think up?
Back to the business at hand. I only strayed from the recipe a smidge. I added a little more butter and some beer. I didn’t use hot dogs (this time) and made them into slider rolls. (can you believe how expensive pretzel slider rolls are? These are so easy to make, and MUCH less expensive!)
Pretzel Slider Rolls
Pretzel slider rolls are the perfect soft, chewy bread to make any sandwich go from good to amazing.
Make extras of this if you have the time. They go FAST and they freeze will so the extras will come in VERY handy.
Like I did; you can play with the shapes and sizes of this dough. If you make pretzel shapes out of it you can lower the time cooked to about 12 minutes.
To make the PB&J sliders, wait until the rolls are mostly cool (slightly warm rolls are divine) and slice in half. Slather the bottom half with ooey, gooey, creamy peanut butter then top with your favorite jam or jelly, we use a LOT of both. Top with the other half of the roll and devour in childlike joy.
Be good sweet readers. But not too good. That’s boring! ;)