The Snack Report: Stacy’s Pretzel Thins

Pretzels are an awesome snack.  We even made a pizza out of them!  Part of the reason for pretzels’ high rank in snackdom is just because they taste good.  But another part is because there are so many pretzel options.  They can be hard and crunchy, or soft and chewy.  They can be salty or sweet (or both at the same time!).  They can be big or small.  Even just within hard pretzels there are numerous shapes and sizes.  Today we’ll be focusing on the flat pretzel thins.

DSCF2661The Stacy’s brand is probably best known for their pita chips, but it seems they’re branching out with these new pretzel thins.  I was excited when I saw them because I had been wanting to buy some pretzel thins to dip in hummus I had waiting at home.  Pretzel thins are by far the best crunchy pretzel shapes for dipping (though the window panes are acceptable if need be).   I got the “simply naked” flavor which meant they only had sea salt on them.  While a couple of the pretzels were almost a little too salty for my liking, overall the pretzel thins were good.

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They have a good crunch and a good flavor.  They were also really good for dipping.  They were strong enough to not break in the hummus, but not too thick as to overpower the dip or be too hard to bite.

Dipping demonstration

Dipping demonstration

These pretzel thins are a bit on the expensive side, but if you can find them on sale or get a coupon I think they’re worth it.  Especially if you have hummus that needs eating and you don’t feel like dipping vegetables.

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Stacy’s Pretzel Thins, Simply Naked, 7 oz

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Would I recommend Stacy’s Pretzel Thins? 

Yes

Posted on May 16, 2014, in The Snack Report and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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