From the salt-topped classic to heretical sweet versions, bretzels have been a German delicacy for a long time. Bretzels are a type of baked pastry shaped into a knot. The traditional pretzel shape is symmetrical. The ends of a long strip of dough are intertwined and then twisted back on themselves in a specific loop.
The most common ingredient is salt, which complements the washing soda or lye treatment, giving bretzels their traditional color and flavor thanks to the Maillard reaction.
Get a taste of our bretzels in three variations: original, stick, and rolls!