Mustard Pretzel Dip
Total TimePrep: 10 min. + chilling
I made this exactly as written except I quartered the recipe to end up with about a cup of dip. My family likes honey mustard mustardso that is what I used in place of yellow mustard and it was a huge hit! Will make again.
Excellent dip for store bought frozen soft pretzels which I warmed up in the oven. Like others, I used about half the sugar. Made it the night before a party to let the flavors develop and dried onions rehydrate. Definitely recommend giving it several hours in the fridge before serving.
How long is this good for? I want to make it for gift baskets.
My mom made this at Christmas and everyone loved it! I just made it for a work party and again, everyone loved it! It's very easy to make, but makes a lot. I used as many low-fat ingredients as possible and not as much sugar, using one pack of Stevia instead. Can easily be halved. I also used this on baked salmon. You could probably try it on chicken or pork, too. Thanks for the great recipe!
Thank you for your comments. I brought this to work this morning and it was a HUGE hit. I did use less mustard and left out the horse radish (just because I didn't have it on hand). Co-workers couldn't stay away.
This dip is SO easy and wonderful with pretzels and chips! I used store bought pretzels, but it would be even more delicious with homemade pretzels, so that is on my list to try.I may even play around with it a bit and see if I could add some red pepper flakes for people in my family who like things spicy. Otherwise, a fast and incredible party dip.
Only made a half of batch and it was plenty. Very delicious and perfect for pretzel dipping.
I love this dip, I add honey instead of the sugar and also use mustard with horseradish. So I omit the horseradish altogether.
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