17 Reviews

Very good and satisfying cookie. Nice and chunky and sweet/salty combination is great. This makes tons of cookies, so unless you have a crowd to feed, you could probably halve the recipe. Also, I liked that you told chefs to keep the preztels chunky; it makes a difference. Watch the baking time on this. My oven is perfectly set up and calibrated and ten minutes was almost too long! These burn easily. Made for Football Pool 2010.

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westtextazzy November 01, 2010

These cookies are great! I definitely agree with the comment of make sure you don't bake them too long. The ones that I thought I underbaked are the ones that tasted the best. I love the pretzel/chocolate combination. I will be making these again! Thanks for the recipe!

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Shelby Jo February 23, 2008

Makes a lot of wonderful cookies. I used an ice cream scoop and flattened the dough with my fingers on the cookie sheet. These freeze well.

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Kate57 February 18, 2008

Wow! These are great! I wanted to have a Packer sweet recipe for next tailgater so used m & m milk chocolates for the yellow, and m & m peanuts for the green which I quartered as they are big. This is a large recipe, I made a half batch and got 34 cookies. Baked mine in less than 11 minutes. I cut the pretzels to chip size--6 cuts per stick next time am going to cut a tad bigger--4 per stick. Thanks Jan for sharing.

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WiGal November 08, 2012

Aptly named cookie! I made these in preparation for a Fall beer tasting party. I knew there would be a lot of pumpkin flavour going around so I thought something salty as well as sweet would pair well. To be honest, I was a little nervous about how these would turn out, but people went crazy over them and the plate was cleared far too early. Bake time for me was around 11-minutes. At 10 minutes, the bottoms were brown but the tops were wet. Upon cooling thoroughly, the 10-minute ones were great too. This will be a go-to recipe for parties for me. Thanks, Barb!

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mmmm_gin October 14, 2012

So many great flavours combine for a fantastic cookie!!!

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Debbb February 11, 2012

We loved these! I love the way they taste and look. I'm a big fan of salty sweet treats so I had to give these a try. The pretzels also add a nice crunch. Thanks so much for posting this unique recipe. I'll be making these again.

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Lucky in Bayview January 13, 2012

Wonderful cookies! I used pretzel sticks broke in 1/3rds. And I left the peanuts out of 1/2 and added chopped caramels instead. Those were also great. The caramels did run a bit but came off the pan easy and had a toffee like taste and crunch.

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Elaniemay October 08, 2009

WOW !!! These are great cookies!!! Every bite is a different taste sensation. I can't stop eating them !!! Thank you Jan and Barb .

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Imagenie September 22, 2009

Yum!!! These are terrific little cookies! Thank you for posting! :)

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