“ In this decadent tart, Lindsey has taken the humble pretzel and given it the attention it deserves: as the star ingredient in her pretzel-based crust. Filled with elegant (but simple) swirls of chocolate ganache and peanut butter, this dessert is delicious! Julia, Recipe Hunter ”
Soft or crunchy, dipped in mustard or chocolate, as a sandwich roll or in a snack bowl, pretzels are a great crowd pleaser. We especially love them as a salty counterpoint in sugary desserts. A lot of recipes incorporate pretzels as an accent rather than a key ingredient, but Lindsey’s Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Pretzel Tart transforms them from garnish to essential element. Crunchy pretzels are mashed up to create the base for a delicious cookie crust, which is then layered with swirls of chocolate and peanut butter for a decadent dessert experience that is simple yet fancy, and oh so delicious. Whip one up to share with friends and celebrate National Pretzel Day by bringing this deserving snack staple to center stage!
“ My motto has always been to play with my food. I like to experiment with ingredients and flavour combinations to bring something to the table that's unique and creative. I make a point of bringing my imagination to the kitchen to reinvent classic dishes or discover new ones. ”
Lindsey has a passion for art in many forms, and she shares her love of cooking with us through her blog, Hot Polka Dot. Lindsey translates her incredibly aesthetic eye into fun and imaginative recipes that will inspire even the most hesitant baker. Each of her baked goodies looks absolutely stunning, but don’t be intimidated! Her explanations are completely accessible, and she even has a special page indexing some of her more in-depth tutorials to help her readers achieve picture-perfect confections. If you’re looking for some serious fun in the kitchen, choose any of her recipes and you’ll soon be whisking, frosting, and decorating your heart out.
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