Best easy paleo soft pretzels are timeless and taste like the real deal! An easy grain free recipe for soft pretzels. Gluten free, dairy free, and no yeast!
Dreams really do come truuuuuue! Can you believe this day is here? The day when you get to bite into a soft paleo pretzel sprinkled with course pink salt… Mmmmmm. It’s almost too good to be true! Somebody pinch me!
Eating these beauties right out of the oven is the only way to do it in style. The aroma. The whimsical atmosphere. The carnival flashbacks. The course crystals of salt that melt into your tastebuds. It all winds up being a very satisfying event.
My sister helped me make these paleo pretzels today. Making pretzels with a friend is always better than making them by yourself! Because, then you get someone to celebrate with!
The actual making of the pretzel dough is like the easiest thing in the world! Literally, everything just goes into a big bowl and gets mixed up by your KitchenAid (or by hand)! Easy may be an understatement. The only possible challenge may be when it comes time to transfer the pretzels into the water… But more on that later;)
So, here is the breakdown for these scrumptious bready treats:
1. First, combine all the dough in a KitchenAid (or by hand, but I recommend using an electric mixer to be sure everything is thoroughly combined).
2. Separate the dough into handful size balls of dough.
3. Third, roll the dough out into a long 1″ tube and fold into the shape of a pretzel.
4. And finally, boil the pretzels then bake!
In this recipe is use Anthony’s Goods cassava flour. This brand of cassava flour is my favorite; budget friendly, easy to use, and turns out beautiful! Grab your own bag of this amazing flour right here.