National Pretzel Day is April 26th, but if you’re following the ketogenic diet, that probably means you won’t be indulging in a free celebratory pretzel from your local Auntie Ann’s or Mrs. Fields. Lucky for you, one of the best parts about the ketogenic diet, is the fact you never have to cut out your favorite foods completely. There are low-carb alternative recipes for almost every sugary treat imaginable. So, instead of indulging in a vegetable oil & processed flour pretzel from your local bakery, try one of these keto pretzel recipes instead!
Pretzels often come in two varieties: sweet or salty. Here are 2 different recipes you can make, along with some fun dough alternatives, and dipping sauces.
Sweet vs Salty
1.Keto Soft Cinnamon Pretzel
Celebrate National Pretzel day with these sweet, cinnamon, soft-baked pretzels. The ingredients are simple and they take less than 30 minutes to make.
Check out the full recipe here: https://ketogenic.com/recipes/soft-pretzels/
2. Keto Pretzels (Soft & Delicious)
These are the classic, soft and salty pretzel. They are simple, quick to make, and a delicious treat for the whole family.
Check out the full recipe here: https://ketogenic.com/recipes/keto-pretzels-soft-delicious/
Spice Up Your Pretzel Game
Pretzels don’t have to be boring! Whether you want to eat them in their pretzel twist shape, or cut them into pretzel bites, they will taste delicious either way! Want to kick it up a notch? Try using the pretzel dough as a base dough in other recipes like:
Try a Dipping Sauce
The possibilities for celebrating National Pretzel Day are endless! Not only can you spice up with pretzel game with different spices in the dough, or use as a base dough in other recipes, but you can also dip them in delicious keto sauces like these:
How do you plan to celebrate National Pretzel Day?
Let us know what your favorite keto pretzel recipe or dipping sauce is!
Chelsea Malone works as a researcher in the field of health and performance supplementation. She contributes science-based articles and information to Ketogenic.com. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Central Florida and her Master of Science in Medical Sciences from the University of South Florida. Her specialties are in biochemistry, immunology, and pathophysiology. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, traveling, hiking, and reading.