April 26, 2012 is National Pretzel Day It’s National Pretzel Day! Centuries ago, Catholic monks created the first pretzels from scraps of leftover dough. The unique knot shape represented the Holy Trinity, but the significance of this symbol has evolved over the course of history. During the 17th century, pretzels symbolized the bond of marriage. This is where the phrase “tying the knot” originated! Today, traditional soft pretzels are popular at sporting events, carnivals, and festivals.
Reindeer Marshmallow Pops? Yes, please! These adorable little guys are a must-have addition to your holiday treat plate. (and super easy to make—no baking required!) Would rather dip in chocolate though, cute as Sven from Frozen for a themed party!
Springtime Marshmallow Wands ...♥♥... So easy to make and you won't believe how delicious they are. They would be great as a special Easter Dessert, a Mother’s Day treat or a Baby Shower dessert. Follow us for more fun Easter Food ideas.
It's National Pretzel Day! Celebrate by learning how to make these yummy soft pretzels at home || Store-bought pretzels with their uniform shapes? Who needs 'em? Your kids will learn how pretzels are made when they bake their own.