Nutrition facts and Weight Watchers points for Jumbo Bavarian Pretzel from Yard House.
Yard House Jumbo Bavarian Pretzel Calories
There are 1210 calories in Jumbo Bavarian Pretzel.
Jumbo Bavarian Pretzel Nutrition Facts
|Serving Size||1 Serving|
|Calories From Fat||450|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value*|
*All percent daily value figures are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Nutritional information source: Yard House
Yard House Jumbo Bavarian Pretzel Allergens
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Yard House Jumbo Bavarian Pretzel Ingredients
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What is the difference between a Bavarian pretzel and a regular pretzel?
In Germany, there is really no difference between a Bavarian pretzel and a “regular” pretzel. Both are soft pretzels made in bakeries and eaten all over the country. Pretzels were typically more popular in Bavaria but nowadays they can be found in bakeries and supermarkets all over the countries.
What makes a Bavarian pretzel different?
An extended fermentation in the refrigerator overnight—rather than a quick rise—adds even more complexity, as does topping the pretzels with crunchy flaky sea salt. But the distinctive “pretzel” flavor comes from dipping the shaped dough in an alkaline solution before baking.
What is a Bavarian pretzel stick?
Our Bavarian Style Pretzel Stick is soft, sweet and hand-scored for an authentic appearance. Although soft pretzels traditionally would be considered an appetizer option, this item is versatile enough to incorporate into any meal. Serve as an upscale enhancement with soups, salads or entreés.
How big is a Bavarian pretzel?
Our 3-ounce hand-rolled Bavarian pretzel is the smaller version of our original 5-ounce pretzel. We like to say the 3-oz is “the size of the palm of your hand.” All pretzels arrive with reheating instructions, pretzel salt on the side and packaged in a freezer safe bag – good for up to 6 months frozen!
Where do Bavarian pretzels come from?
Bavarian mustard can be spicy, sweet or both, sometimes with the whole grains of mustard seed still intact. Many sources say the pretzel was actually invented by a medieval Italian monk, who used scraps of leftover dough to fashion a treat shaped like a child’s arms crossed in prayer.
What is a giant pretzel called?
Bavarian Pretzel | Traditional German Pretzels (Laugenbrezel)
What are pretzel sticks made of?
The primary ingredients in pretzel dough include flour, water, yeast, shortening, and sugar. Each of the ingredients have an important effect on the dough during manufacture and the properties of the final product.
How do you cook frozen pretzel sticks?
1. Preheat oven to 375°F. 2. Place desired number of pretzels 2 inches apart onto a baking sheet.
THIS PRODUCT MUST BE COOKED TO AN INTERNAL TEMPERATURE OF 145°F PRIOR TO EATING.
- Place 2 pretzels onto a microwave-safe dish.
- Cook on high for 40 – 45 seconds.
- Let stand 1 minute.