These buffalo ranch pretzels are
so addicting you just can’t get
enough. These are perfect for your
next get together or afternoon snack.
Here I go again with another buffalo flavored recipe. I wasn’t lying when I said I can’t get enough of buffalo flavored treats. I am totally addicted to the flavor.
I had a Christmas party to attend this past weekend and besides a bottle of wine I needed to make something to bring because that’s the type of person I am. So I was trying to think of something that didn’t have to be stored cold or hot. Pretzels.
I’ve made these time and time again using different ingredients. Using canola oil over butter is my personal preference. The oil really soaks into the pretzels really well. I add the red pepper flakes just for a little extra spice because I love spicy food.
I used the family sized bag of pretzels which ends up being a lot. I use a big freezer plastic bag to mix up the sauce with the pretzels only using half of the pretzels and mixture at a time so they can get mixed together well.
You’ll also need to use 2 different baking sheets to cook them so you can spread out the pretzels and for them not being piling high on top of each other. I like to stir mine every 10 minutes while cooking so each pretzel can get an even cook.
Taste testing during cooking is a must for this recipe. Once you get a crunchy bite of pretzel you know they are done and ready to pull out of the oven. Let them cool in a bowl or even on the pan before storing in a plastic baggie.
Buffalo Ranch Pretzels
- 20 oz bag pretzels
- 3/4 cup of buffalo sauce
- 1/3 cup canola oil
- 1/4 cup ranch dressing seasoning
- 1 TBSP red pepper flakes
- Preheat oven to 250 degrees
- Mix together buffalo sauce, oil, ranch dressing seasoning, and red pepper flakes with a whisk
- In a big freezer bag pour half of the pretzels and half of the mixture and close bag and shake around the pretzels.
- Lay out the flavored pretzels on a baking sheet and mix the rest of the pretzels with the rest of the mixture and lay those out on a separate baking sheet.
- Cook for 40 minutes stirring pretzels every 10 minutes