Pretzels are the perfect snack, and pretzel buns are a logical extension of the original idea. So it’s not surprising that people have tried to make pretzel buns before. Quite a few people, in fact.
Unfortunately, the pretzel buns of the past tended to be long on pretzel and short on bun. Heavy, dense and chewy, they didn’t complement other foods—they overwhelmed them.
Something was lacking. It turns out the missing ingredient was a family-owned bakery from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A bakery that shares your passion for great food and great times. The bakery that created Pretzilla, and got the pretzel bun right.
The award for best performance in a supporting role goes to…
Pretzels are stand-alone snacks. Buns, on the other hand, are meant to accompany and complement other foods. They’re not intended to be the stars of the show. They’re supporting actors. And Pretzilla always delivers an award-worthy performance.
Pretzilla buns enter the world with a single, simple mission: To enhance the flavor of other foods, especially proteins. Of course they're great all by themselves. But they’re intended to be a vehicle for conveying meats and cheeses to your eagerly awaiting mouth. More than a vehicle, actually. Pretzilla is a protein limousine.