Happy New Year friends! I hope your holidays were wonderful! We had a very relaxing Christmas season, in fact we are still on holiday. My boys don’t go back to school until January 9th, crazy, huh? We aren’t complaining though:)
Do you have leftover ham from your New Years Day dinner? In my family we traditionally have ham, and just like always we have lots of yummy leftovers for sandwiches. Unfortunately, I guess did not make enough rolls this year, because we did not have any leftovers of those. That is when I thought of a wonderful pretzel roll recipe that was perfect for sandwiches. I had made them way back in September. I had even took pictures, but forgot to post. So I whipped up another batch yesterday and thought it was high time to share! Do you ever see pretzel rolls at your local Costco? I do and we love them, but they were expensive! $6 for a dozen is an awful price for rolls when you have a family of hungry boys who can eat them all in one meal:) I decided I could make them myself After doing some research, and trying a few recipes, I settled on this one. They were wonderful and honestly my family thought they were better than Costcos. Wooo hoo!!
FYI: these are a dense and heavy roll. I am thinking that if you let them raise longer they would be lighter. The pretzel rolls are Costco that I was trying to copycat are also heavy and dense.