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Stuffed Soft Pretzel Bites

I love soft pretzels and thought I would try my hand at making them from frozen dough.  Super easy and fun!  I stuffed them with everything! Chocolate chips, colby/jack cheese, hot dogs, rolos, broccoli and cheese,  and even chocolate chip cookie dough.  

Yes, I did!  Only thing was….they got mixed up and I didn’t know what was in each one!  LOL  We had fun guessing and biting into each one.  It was like a box of chocolates.  You just don’t know what you are getting until you dive in and take a bite out of it.  And, just like chocolates…you have to eat what you get.  Mix yours up too, for a little added fun!

Stuffed Soft Pretzel Bites
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Stuffed Soft Pretzel Bites


  • 18 to 36 Rhodes Bake-N-Serve White Dinner Rolls 
  • whatever you want to stuff in the bites
  • 6 cups water
  • 1/2 cup baking soda
  • 1 egg beaten plus one teaspoon water*
  • kosher salt or cinnamon sugar
  • Directions
  • Line cookie sheets with parchment paper. 
  • Thaw dough,  once thawed but still cold   Cut each roll in half.

The boys wanted cookie dough inside!  To stuff, stretch the dough a little bit and put a tiny bit of filling on dough.

Fold over and seal completely.  Place seal side down to rise until doubled in size.Once risen, heat water to boil in a large pot.  Carefiully, add baking soda.  It will make the water RISE and may overflow if added all at once.Check to make certain bites are sealed and add a couple at the time

Boil, in a gentle boil, for 30 seconds..flipping at flip and cook another 5 to 15 seconds.  Remove with a slotted spoon. Drain over a paper towel and put on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper right away. *Bake in a preheated 375 degree oven 6 to 8 minutes, depending how brown you like them. Once done, take out of oven.  Turn oven to broil.  Spray with margarine. Sprinkle with kosher salt and put under the broiler until  a dark brown.  Leave oven door opened a crack so you can watch them carefully.  They will brown very fast and can burn if you are not constantly watching them.  This gives them a hard, buttery and salty top.  
*Alternate method….Brush tops with egg wash.  

Generously coat with kosher salt before baking and skip spraying margarine, adding salt and broiling.  Cook as directed.