Garlic, Dill and Ranch Seasoned Pretzels.

Some large garlic bites and garlic twists

These garlic, dill, and ranch seasoned pretzels are the most flavorful and delicious pretzels you will ever have!  Not a ton of ingredients and easy to make.  Makes a big batch to share and/or give away (think teacher gifts or hostess gifts)


8 oz of Orville Redenbacher Oil
1 TB garlic powder (NOT garlic salt)
1 TB dill weed
1 Package Original Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing
(If you have the container of Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing, use 3 tablespoons)
2 1 lb large pretzel twists (the big thick ones!)
2 1 lb pretzel bites


Mix all your dry seasonings together (garlic powder, dill weed and Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing)
ranch dressing seasoning, dill weed and garlic seasoning in a bowl

Add 8 oz of Orville Redenbacher oil to seasonings.

In a large bowl or a roasting pan (gives you more room and has a lid!) add broken large pretzels and pretzel bits.

Put broken pretzels and pretzel bites into a roasting pan to mix

Drizzle about 1/4 of the seasoning & oil mixture. Stir. Repeat until all of the seasoning and oil mixture has been added to the pretzels.

Store covered for freshness.  I like putting them in mason jars with lids and giving some away!

Here's the hard part. Give these garlic and dill seasoned pretzels a good 24 hours before serving them. The flavors will soak into the pretzels and will be so delicious!! Make sure to give the pretzels a good stir every hour or so.

Store in a sealed container for freshness.  I like putting these pretzels in mason jars and giving them away (think teacher gift or hostess gift).

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