During the course of the season competing chefs are challenged with recreating and inventing a variety of snacks, including, Hostess Twinkies and CupCakes, Pepperidge Farm Cheddar Goldfish Crackers and Mint Chocolate Milano Cookies, Entenmann's Rich Frosted Donuts and Original Recipe Chocolate Chip Cookies, SpaghettiOs with Meatballs, Tastykake Butterscotch Krimpets and Glazed Cherry Pies, Herr's Potato Chips, Utz Pretzel Rods, Wise Cheez Waffies, and the Outback Bloomin' Onion. Don't' miss as all the delicious action unfolds each episode, and be prepared to be Rewrapped!
Every week at the Utz factories in Pennsylvania, 900,000 pounds of pretzels are produced. On the “That Makes Two of Utz” episode of Food Network’s Rewrapped, contestants only need to make a few of the crunchy Utz pretzel rods to get through the round 1 “recreate” challenge.
I bought a bag each of the rings, small logs and regular logs. Utz pretzels have very few ingredients so they taste fresh and not processed. And they don’t have that fake shine that most store-brought pretzels have. They are crunchy, generously salted, and just plain delicious. In fact, after going through the three bags rather quickly, I ordered two more large tubs of Utz pretzel rods. Yum.
Elmo themed pretzel rods for my sons 2nd birthday. Used Utz pretzel rods hand dipped in white chocolate (with sprinkles) and used pre-made Wiltons Elmo candies. Tags were made using sesame street sign template