Auntie Amanda’s Pretzels

December 2, 2007

*Scream* Auntie Amanda! >.< nooooooo… with the advancement and modernization of technology, people aged earlier? *pull hair* i’m only 23 this year! Well, this pretzel recipe is known as Auntie Anne’s Pretzels (Imitation), so therefore since Amanda is making it, it shall be called… Auntie Amanda’s Pretzels! *giggle*

Jasmine posted this recipe in Imperial Kitchen =) thanks alot! Lovely pictures and reviews from the girls in the forum attracted me once again~ =X since I love Auntie Anne’s cinnamon sugar pretzel, I’m determine to give this recipe a try! *nod*



Take a look at Auntie Amanda’s cinnamon sugar pretzels! okie i know~ the shape looks abit on the fat side~ =X but who cares! they taste good! I’ll improve on them the next time! *YOSH* Hee~ i love it! Soft n Yummy! (^^,) Definitely ALOT ALOT cheaper to make them compared to buying them (-_-“) BUT, u need patience! As u will most prolly be spending at least 2 – 3hrs making them! =X


halve the recipe as it’s my 1st attempt. =p made abt 9 pretzels. Take a look at the texture of the soft pretzels above~ =D My next attempt = almond and sesame pretzels! =X


250ml warm water
½ tablespoon yeast
210g All purpose flour
40g powdered sugar
½ teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon Olive oil

Bath (Add together and stir till dissolved)
240ml warm water
1 tablespoon baking soda

Cinnamon topping (Mix together)
50g Brown sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon

Melted butter (brush on pretzels after baking)


  1. Mix all ingredients in (A) and knead by hand for about 5 to 10 minutes, till dough is elastic, smooth and non-sticky. Alternatively, just use your stand mixer.
  2. Put the kneaded dough into an oiled bowl, cover with a cling wrap and let it proof until double in size.
  3. Preheat oven to 220 degrees C.
  4. Divide the risen dough to 9 portions, form them into pretzels.
  5. Dip each pretzel into the bath solution (B) and then let it dry on a tea towel to absorb the extra water for about 1min
  6. Transfer the pretzels on to baking tray, bake for 10mins.
  7. Remove from oven, brush with melted butter and top them with Cinnamon Topping (C)

– .: Baker Lee :.




  1. horrible recipe. didn’t turn out nothing like it.

  2. i think your measurements are wrong cause my dough turned out more like a pancake batter…

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