the pretzel that built an empire.
what better way to spoil dinner than with this sweet treat.
raise a toast to this pretzel coated with toasted almond toffee crunch, raise it high. (then dunk it down in a caramel dip).
mamma mia, this is a savory treat. pair this pretzel with the marinara dip for a taste of the old country.
nine slices of pepperoni and a savory three-cheese blend transform the original pretzel into a tasty pepperoni pretzel.
because sour cream and anchovies would have been...well... silly. sour cream & onion? genius.
go on, feel the heat. the jalapeno peppers make this a hot, spicy treat. jalapen-yes!
it's a sweet treat when raisins are baked into an auntie anne's pretzel. add an order of sweet glaze, and you've found the perfect indulgence - for breakfast or any time
coated with sesame seeds, baked crispy and delicious, this is the pretzel recommended by ali baba and 39 of the 40 thieves.
these on-the-go snacks are pushovers. push 'em over your lips and past your gums.
the original stixs younger, sweeter sibling.
nugget of wisdom: all is delicious in cinnamon and sugar.
bite-size pretzel perfection.
one of the most popular snacks an auntie annes pretzel wrapped around a nathans famous hot dog. get it & go.
for lunch, dinner, and everything in between portable and filling.
topped with a three-cheese blend and baked to a crispy, golden brown.
this is the cheese that's sure to please. hint: pretzel dogs love cheese
some like it cold, some like it hot - we have both.
hot salsa cheese dip delivers great gobs of spicy tastiness.
heated marinara dip plus our garlic pretzel equals an out-of-body pretzel experience.
if the word "dipilicious" isn't in the dictionary, it should be. right next to a picture of auntie anne's caramel dip. the almond pretzel's preferred sidekick.
it's called a pretzel dip because you dip your pretzel into it. it's called sweet because it's awesome.
they say that everything goes better with mustard. but nothing goes quite so well with mustard as one of auntie anne's pretzels
sophisticated pretzel procurers prefer cream cheese dip. and so do the rest of us.
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