The Snack Report: Peanut Butter Pretzels Are the Best
One of the greater luxuries I’ve witnessed come with the dawn of the 2010s was the rise of peanut butter and pretzels as a food pairing, specifically in one single item. Basically companies take a pretzels nugget and inject it with a creamy peanut butter filling, resulting in a snack food that can best be described as “Holy shit these are awesome!” Unfortunately they were often hard to find and the companies that did make them usually kept them confined to small 16 oz. containers that could easily be devoured in a single airing of Breaking Bad. (Or two to three episodes of Transformers)
Cue dramatic pause, “Until now!”
This mammoth bag of peanut butter pretzels made by Herr’s was something of a pipedream I never thought would ever be reality. Pretzels are delicious and nutritious, which rhymes, so you know it’s true. Peanut butter is a delicious condiment, rich with protein and comes in great handy for remorsefully skinny vegans and dumb kindergarteners looking to spruce up their pinecone bird feeder project alike. The two come together in such perfect harmony it’s almost unfair that no one thought to do this until the past decade. Yes yes I’m sure someone somewhere realized this truth before it was marketed, but it doesn’t matter now. Regardless if you’ve never tried the two in tandem, give it a shot sometime.
Step 1. Remove pretzel from bag.
Step 2. Dip pretzels into peanut butter.
Step 3. Eat pretzel.
Step 4. Bow onto your knees and cry now that you have permanently enhanced your life using this knowledge.
That’s where these guys come in handy. Who has time to repeat those four steps over and over again? If you want to simply eat some pretzels without having to cry joy tears every fourteen seconds, you absolutely must buy some of these. We bought them in national warehouse retailer Sam’s Club, though any wholesale/warehouse type stores should stock them too I imagine. I have yet to see them in regular grocery stores, but give it some time and surely they’ll replace the small, expensive containers we see there. The $100 per year membership is worth it alone just to have the privilege to purchase these enormous satchels of pure snack orgasm.
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Herr’s Peanut Butter Filled Pretzel Barrel, 24 Ounce
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Should you eat Herr’s (or other brand names) peanut butter pretzels?
Posted on October 8, 2012, in The Snack Report and tagged awesome, It's a winning combination, peanut butter, pretzels, review, sacrilege. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
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