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Ranch Pretzels

posted by Julie Evink on September 19, 2012

Ranch Pretzels ~ Flavored with Ranch, Dill, and Garlic these pretzels will become your next addiction!

Ranch Pretzels ~ Flavored with Ranch, Dill, and Garlic these pretzels will become your next addiction!

Looking for something perfect to share with your friends on the next game day? These are so yummy and easy they will be snatched up.

Do you know why I look forward to football season?

It’s simply for the food. How pathetic is that?

Oh and now I have another reason. That reason is dressing little Miss K up in her Viking gear.

The hubby was in Target and he came and told me he found these onsies that were Vikings and he almost got them. I said, “Almost?? Let’s get them!”

My lovely sis-in-law shared this recipe with me. She brings them to gatherings and they are that item you keep going back for even though you know you need to stop eating them. Not great for the waistline, but hey I’m not going to judge you!

Yup. I don’t have a lot of self-control and these little babies let me know that.

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Ranch Pretzels

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 1 hour

Ranch Pretzels


  • 1 c. popcorn oil
  • 1 tsp dill weed
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 pkg (dry powder) Ranch dressing
  • 1 bag of pretzel sticks
  • 1 bag of butter flavored pretzels


  1. Put pretzels in a large bowl or bag. Mix with the rest of the ingredients.
  2. Bake them at 250 degrees for one hour on two jelly roll pants. Stir them every 15 minutes while baking.
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  • Slice of Southern

    My reason for football season too! Love the pretzels and I can’t wait to make them. Thanks for a great recipe!

    • Dodie

      My reason for football season, also, along with cheering on the one and only GREEN BAY PACKERS!!!!!

      • Julie Evink

        *GASP* not the Packers!!! HAHA!

  • Linda

    Hi, Love this recipe, what is
    the size of your popcorn oil bottle, my store has two sizes. thanks

  • Julie Evink

    I think I used the 10 oz Linda!

  • Linda

    Thanks Julie, These are going to be football snacks tomorrow.

  • Katie Adams

    Oh yummy! I am pinning these! They look AMAZING!! Thanks for sharing!

  • Sweet and Savory Eats

    What a yummy snack! My kids love pretzels, so I’m sure they’d love these as well.

  • steamer

    Substitute Oyster crackers for the pretzels is also a winner

    • Julie

      I love them that way too!

  • Janet

    I have made ranch pretzels for years but have never baked them. I will have to try it that way. If you don’t bake -which i assume cooks some oil away or into pretzels- reduce the oil to approx 2/3 cup. Add a little more at a time if too dry. Kids live them.

  • Alice

    The last line says ‘jelly roll panTs’
    Great recipe though! haha

  • Megan Slayton

    Do you use butter flavored popcorn oil or plain oil? Thanks!

  • Kristin

    Try adding 1tsp lemon pepper to these I’ve been making them like that for years and they’re always a hit!

    • Julie Evink

      Ohhh that sounds delicious!

  • Paulette

    Have made them using T crushed red pepper instead of dill.My husband loves the hot taste.

  • Nicole

    Can I use Olive Oil instead of popcorn oil lol I don’t have any Popcorn Oil and want to make tonight ?

    • Julie Evink

      So sorry I just saw this Nicole! Did you try it?

  • Michelle

    I usually buy the big value size pretzels, what are the ounces of the pretzels bags you are using in this recipe?

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  • Jeannie

    Love this! I used one stick butter and 1/2 cup EVOO in place of popcorn oil. I had a little leftover popcorn and cheddar goldfish that made a great addition, too! Thanks for the great post!

    • Julie Evink

      Great additions Jeannie! Glad you enjoyed it!

  • lulu

    Making this now, is the ranch powder supposed to clump up in the oil? Cause mine did…

    • Julie Evink

      Mine did not, it’s not going to a problem other than the fact that there might be more seasoning on some bites than others.

      • lulu

        Okay thanks. For some reason all the seasoning just clumped up into little balls :/

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