Best Low Carb Pretzels
Great Low Carb Garlic Butter Pretzel 2 Net Carbs
MMmmmm. When I read the words "Garlic Butter Pretzel", I have happy thoughts. These best low carb pretzels are from the Great Low Carb Bread Co. and like most of their items you need to keep these pretzels in your freezer until you are ready to eat them.
The website says that they will last six months in your freezer... uuummmm.... what?
They'll last about an hour in mine. 🙂
WonderSlim High Protein Pretzels 7 Net Carbs
Ever buy a gigantic bag of pretzels (or chips) from Sams Club or CostCo? What ends up happening?
Well, what happens to me is that I stuff my face with a bunch as soon as I get home from the store and then the remaining pretzels go stale from sitting in the opened bag. That's not cool., but that won't happen here! This package has seven individually sealed bags so they won't go stale on you! #savethepretzels
WonderSlim is also one of those companies that donates some of the profits to help other people... I like that. Apparently every box of WonderSlim Pretzel Snacks will provide two meals to people in need through Feeding America. Great job!
Kay’s Naturals Protein Pretzels 11 Net Carbs
Low Carb? CHECK! High Protein? CHECK! Pretzel shape? NOPE!
I don't know how I feel about these. I mean the nutrition information is pretty good but they are sticks. Part of the fun of eating pretzels is the unique shape. Can you think of any other food that has the same shape of a pretzel? Me neither. They removed one of the unique components of the pretzel enjoying experience. That just seems wrong. It's like removing the removing the patty from a hamburger bun. It's just not the same anymore.
I just Googled the shape of a pretzel and I found that the pretzel was invented by an Italian monk in the year 610 A.D. Apparently he baked strips of dough then folded them into a shape resembling a child crossing its arms in prayer.
There's your pretzel history fact of the day.
PS: If you are looking for something a little more exciting than plain pretzels, you can also get these in a few different flavors like "Cinnamon Toast" and "Jalapeno Honey"! I like that idea.
A shopping mall in America would not be complete without the warm bread scented kiosk named Auntie Anne's! What a great and fattening place to grab a snack after a hard day of shopping. When I was a much fatter man, I would get the Sour Cream & Onion pretzel with a side of marinara sauce. OMG. I can almost taste the deliciousness... and feel my thighs bulging.
FUN FACT: I have an aunt named Anne... she's awesome.
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