What's the best way to prepare Pretzilla Bites?
Like most bread products, Pretzilla Bites are best warm: simply toast 4-5 minutes in a medium-heat skillet or 300˚F oven.
For serving, Pretzilla Bites work great as a fun snack or party appetizer whether they're served with dips (mustard or cheese are classics), as mini sandwiches (cut in half and add meatballs for sliders), or as something sweet (try drizzling with honey and salt). Find more recipes here.
How do I salt Pretzilla Bites?
Depending on the serving method, you may choose to add salt to your Pretzilla Bites. To apply, lightly moisten the Bites with water (using a brush, spray bottle, or your hands) and sprinkle immediately with enclosed salt packet. If heating in the oven, we recommend adding salt before heating. Otherwise, you can still add salt afterwards or without heating.
What's the best way to enjoy Pretzilla Buns?
Like the Bites, Pretzilla Buns are best toasted, whether that's in a skillet, toaster, or grill. 45 to 60 seconds are typically all it takes on medium heat.
The Pretzilla Burger Buns, Sausage Buns, and Mini Buns are great for burgers, sausages, and sliders as their names might imply. However, they also make great deli sandwiches for enjoyment throughout the year. Find more creative recipes here.
If I'm served a pretzel bite, how can I tell it's a Pretzilla Bite?
Look for the distinctive mahogany brown color with off-white ends!
How long do Pretzilla products stay fresh?
Pretzilla Pretzel Bread is made without artificial preservatives so you should enjoy soon or freeze for longer storage. The product is safe to eat through the sell by date on the package (applied by the retailer), but the quality will always be best closer to the date of purchase. Freezing the product will preserve the product quality best longer-term. To consume, simply thaw unopened on the counter at room temperature for a couple hours.
We do not recommend refrigerating Pretzilla products at all as it dries the product out.