ranch pretzels with dill
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Ranch Pretzels with Dill

Ranch Pretzels with Dill

ranch pretzels with dill
ingredients for ranch pretzels

Total time 40 minutes (bake time 35 minutes)

Ingredients:

  • 1- 15-16 oz bag pretzels of choice
  • 1 package dry ranch mix 
  • 3/4 C. vegetable oil
  • 1 TBSP dill
  • 1 tsp garlic powder

Directions:

  • Preheat Oven to 250 degrees F
  • Place pretzels in a mixing bowl
  • drizzle the oil over the pretzels
  • stir until pretzels are evenly coated
  • Sprinkle the dry ranch powder, dill, and garlic on the pretzels
  • Stir again until evenly coated
  • dump pretzels in a single layer on a sheet pan
  • Bake for 15 minutes
  • Stir pretzels
  • Bake for an additional 15 minutes

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caramel apple bar
DIY

DIY Caramel Apple Bar

DIY Caramel Apple Bar

Perfect for a fall party buffet!

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This past weekend, we had a fall party with lots of friends and family.  I wanted to have a simple, yet, custom sweets area.  I decided to construct a DIY Caramel Apple Bar.  I had accumulated tons of yummy apples from my Fall CSA and this would be the perfect time to use them.

I purchased two bags of Kraft caramel bits and a super small food warmer (images link to the products on amazon!):



I then rummaged through my cabinets and found everything else that I needed.  That included kaboob sticks for poking the apples and toppings to sprinkle on the caramel after dipping.  I chose crushed peanuts, mini chocolate chips, sprinkles, almond slivers, toffee bits, and coconut flakes.  The possibilities for topping options are practically endless.

Check out the rest of my set up below!  YUMMMYYYY!

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My only complaint is that after letting the caramel in the warmer for a few hours, it began to taste a bit burnt.  I would suggest not melting and warming the caramel until the dessert portion of your party.