Welcome! I am so happy you chose to gather around my table. My name is Mia Swinehart and I am a registered dietitian with a passion for simple healthy recipes, women's hormonal health, and overall wellness!
Easy, delicious, addicting pretzel bites! Gluten free, no yeast required, and the perfect bite-sized snack! For game day, family gatherings, girls night snacks, or just to treat yourself :). These gluten free pretzel bites are about to be your new favorite snack!
After testing these multiple times, I’ve finally nailed the taste and texture I was searching for! They’re pillowy soft and fluffy, with a perfectly browned outer crust. Plus, they are so easy to make with just a few simple ingredients! You would never know these were gluten free!
I truly could not stop dipping these in spicy brown mustard, and with my most recent batch a simple white cheddar dip!
To make a simple gluten free white cheddar dip:
Melt 1/2 tbsp butter in a small sauce pan, then stir in 1 tsp of tapioca starch. Reduce heat to low, then pour in 1/2 cup a plain dairy free creamer (or use whole milk) and 1 heaping cup of shredded white cheddar. Continuously whisk until cheese is melted and dip is smooth- be careful not to overheat! Optional, but I like to add a little cayenne to make it spicy!
SO perfect. But don’t say I didn’t warn you- they are ADDICTING! 😉
I honestly cannot wait for you guys to make these! Don’t be intimidated buy the rolling of the dough step- it’s truly so easy and honestly, fun!
Add these gluten free pretzel bites to your weekend plans. Perfect to share with your family, friends, or for date night. I am obsessed and I know you guys will be too!
As always, I strongly recommend keeping the recipe as written for the best results. Results cannot be guaranteed if any substitutes are made!
Be sure to leave a rating and comment below if you make these little pretzel bites, and tag me on Instagram so I can see yours!
Hello! Can you use any other type of gluten free flour ie: oat flour, almond flour, rice flour, cassava, tapioca or a combination. I try to avoid xanthum gum.
A fun snack I didn’t know I needed! These are stupid easy, so fun to make, and full of ingredients I typically have sitting around. These were gone from the cookie sheet before they ever made it to a plate. I subbed AP flour because it’s what I had and they turned out well.
Loved these so much! Very easy and therapeutic to make 🙂 I actually enjoy the consistency of these GF pretzels more than the real deal! Paired it with a vegan mustard dipping sauce and it was sooo tasty yum!!
Made this tonight. I don’t think I’ve ever written a review before but this def needed one. I used oat flour so almost two cups and it turned out fantastic. Super easy. Very soft. Even considering doing like a butter and cinnamon version!
This recipe is so good!! Of course I didn’t have the exact same flour but I substituted it with a difference brand and some almond flour and they turned out amazing!!
May I ask why you don’t boil these as you normally do for pretzels? Thanks! 😊
Since these are made with yogurt they would fall apart when boiling! These are a simpler spin on a regular pretzel!
These are AMAZING! They were so easy to make and are absolutely delish! Whipped up a quick beer cheese sauce to go with them and they were a hit at my family event. Highly recommend 🙂
Easiest recipe and such a hit every time I make them! I serve with honey mustard and a siete foods queso blanco dip. SO YUMMY
I am so happy you loved these Stacy! Thank you so much!!
I am going to be making A LOT of these for a party…have you made/frozen/reheated these at all?
Is it salted or unsalted butter? Thanks so much! These look fantastic!
Can you use cashew based yogurt to make it dairy free?
Is the yogurt non fat plain Greek?