Baked garlic parmesan pretzels are SO delicious!
Warm, perfectly seasoned pretzels are the ideal anytime snack or appetizer no matter what the occasion may be! It’s always the right time to take a bite out of this delicious recipe. Of course, we want to be sure that we keep it keto. Fortunately, we really don’t have to change too much to achieve that goal!
Baked garlic parmesan pretzels are incredibly easy to make. Simply whisk together a handful of ingredients and bake until perfectly brown. The almond flour makes all the difference in this low carb snack! Don’t worry–you’ll still have that same great texture you know and love.
Let’s talk about the combination of flavors you get with this recipe. Cream cheese, garlic powder, parmesan, and mozzarella are the main contenders when it comes to fantastic taste. You’ll absolutely adore this snack right down to the very last bite!
Another bonus? Your house will smell AMAZING as the pretzels bake in the oven! Why waste your time waiting in a bakery line when you can whip up your very own (healthy!) version of this timeless classic. You’ll definitely want to try this recipe PRONTO!
If you’re in the mood for a deliciously seasoned pretzel, then know that you can still enjoy it even if you follow the keto diet. As you can see, it only requires a couple of minor adjustments, and you’ll still have an amazing result. Enjoy it for yourself as an afternoon snack or whip it up to add to the appetizer table at your next party–the options are virtually endless!
Add baked garlic parmesan pretzels to your must-try keto recipes. You won’t be disappointed!
If you love garlic as much as we do, try this keto cheesy garlic bread from Butter Together Kitchen. This bread is not only keto-friendly, but it’s also soft, crispy, and buttery all in one!
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