Kim and Scott’s Gourmet Pretzels

There is nothing like a really awesome soft pretzel. Soft, salty, wheaty, with a kiss of salt on the outside. Dipped into spicy, tangy mustard, it might be my favorite of all NYC street food. But…sometimes I don’t want to go outside.
Like when its cold. 
Or when I already got a pretzel that day and I don’t want the corner vendor to know that I am addicted. 
When Kim and Scott’s sent me some of their natural, gourmet stuffed pretzels, I was pretty excited. And I was right. This stuff is not the SAME as what you would get from the cart (I honestly DO love that chemical-y taste), but these are way better for you, with some pretty awesome flavors and are INSANELY low in calories. REALLY.

Apple Cinnamon and Chocolate Crumb.

Sweet, slightly spicy cinnamon coating surrounding chewy, wheaty dough and soft, sugary apples. Um..how could this possibly be anything but delightful? Only thing that could improve this would be vanilla ice cream.

The chocolate crumb pretzel was, I found, a bit disappointing. Too much wheat, not enough chocolate.

Travis didn’t seem to have a problem with any of these issues.
The Pizza Pretzel rocked my face off! Zesty, oregano-filled sauce with melty mozzarella filled the slightly sour pretzel dough. With crispy Parmesan on top, this was perfect with a cup of tomato soup and a dollop of Sriracha.

But then…what isn’t perfect with a dollop of Sriracha?
Kevin sure liked it.
And really…I can’t imagine anyone who wouldn’t like these snacks! They aren’t the same thing as what you get at a cart, but…guess what…they won’t stuff your body full of chemicals and preservatives either. Really, Kim and Scott’s Pretzels are just awesome to keep in the fridge for those times when you feel snacky.
They are also great for those times that you want to make up a musical parody to Bernstein’s “New York, New York”

Comments

  1. JustinM says:

    I would eat dog poo with Sriracha on it. Even worse, I might even eat chocolate if it had enough Sriracha…

  2. Fritos and Foie Gras says:

    @Justin-HAH! But would you eat chocolate with sriracha at brunch? because that would be the ultimate act of devotion for you, i know ;)

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