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Nevada83's avatar

Name a flavor that does NOT go well with pretzels?

Asked by Nevada83 (1003points) 5 days ago

Asked only for curiosity’s sake.

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RedDeerGuy1's avatar

Cheez wis. Also are you talking about soft or hard pretzels? I like soft pretzels with melted cheese and pizza sauce. I don’t like hard pretzels. I only like to suck the salt off.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

Hot chocolate !

jonsblond's avatar


RedDeerGuy1's avatar

Alcohol. Or hard liquor.

jonsblond's avatar

^Pretzels are a popular bar snack at pubs. The salt makes people want to drink more. It’s good for business.

RedDeerGuy1's avatar

@jonsblond Oh ok. I haven’t been in a bar in years. I usually only go for the chicken wings.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

High dollar champagne like $70 a bottle.

janbb's avatar


snowberry's avatar

Anything that tastes awful to begin with. So if you hate limburger cheese, do try it with pretzels.

RedDeerGuy1's avatar

Some of (Harry Potters), J.K. Rowlings, every flavor beans.

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jonsblond's avatar

I’ve had really good ice cream with pretzels and caramel. There’s Edy’s Salted Caramel Pretzel ice cream. I’ve also had some with pretzels, caramel and chocolate/fudge swirls.

Caravanfan's avatar

Everything goes well with pretzels. And mustard.

Smashley's avatar

Seriously, I would eat any of these things with pretzel, gladly, with the exception of bubblegum. Sardines is probably top right now, with a little mustard.

LostInParadise's avatar

Pretzels are fairly bland and wil go together with just about anything.

chyna's avatar

I don’t think it would taste good to dip pretzels in ketchup.

Jeruba's avatar

English muffins, corn muffins, or banana bread.

janbb's avatar

The gist of it is if you like pretzels you’ll eat them with almost anything and if you don’t like them, they don’t go well with almost anything.

Kardamom's avatar

Black licorice

raum's avatar

I’m with Smash. Everything sounds good to me—except bubblegum.

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