If you are a snacker like me then you will love Pretzel Crisps. I was able to sample all of their flavors and i love every single one of them. But my all time favorite were the spicy ones the buffalo wing, garlic parmesan, jalapeño jack, chipotle cheddar. I am reviewing all the flavors from the Deli-Style line. Which consist of original, garlic parmesan, buffalo wing, everything, sesame, jalapeño jack, and chipotle cheddar. These flavors were so good even when family came over to try them they loved them too.
These came nicely pack in this box and very protected nothing came broken and I was really surprised at how many flavors I got to sample. My children enjoyed these to even to my surprise my daughter liked the spicy ones. These were a great snack for my son too he also liked the spicy ones surprisingly.
Our BOLD & SPICY JALAPEÑO JACK is an exciting new addition to our family lineup. Spicy jalapeño combined with smooth jack cheese flavor sprinkled right on top of each crisp. Try JALAPEÑO JACK with pico de gallo, salsa or guacamole.
Or, enjoy the “just right” baked flavor as a hearty crunch all by itself!!
Our SESAME flavor is lightly toasted to bring out the sesame seed’s essential oils, adding a healthy kick to Pretzel Crisps’ delicious crunch. Sesame seeds are naturally rich in iron, magnesium, manganese, copper, calcium, vitamin B1, E and a good source of lignans (phytoestrogens with antioxidant and anti-cancer properties). Health qualities aside, one bite, and you’ll be saying “Open Sesame,” again and again!
I love all the flavor they are amazing.
About Pretzel Crisps:
The Wilson family honed their craft of making and selling funnel cakes, the traditional Dutch pastry, at fairs and other events. In 1974 they opened Pennsylvania Dutch Treats at the Paramus Park Mall in Paramus, New Jersey to sell their now renowned funnel cakes.
Wanting to bring their products to a wider base of people, in 1976 they created a line of products for consumers to make funnel cakes at home. The name of the company was Funnel Cake Factory, the product line was called Mrs. Wilson’s and there were even two U.S. Patents issued.
The aforementioned Paramus Park Mall is also where Warren and Sara first met and talked of going into business together. Not only did they go into business together, they got married as well. At their wedding in 1981, friends and family remarked that it was as much a merger as a marriage as these two creative, hard working entrepreneurs exchanged vows.
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