Sweet and Salty Strawberry Pretzel Parfaits


Sweet and Salty Strawberry Pretzel Parfaits

Sweet and Salty Strawberry Pretzel Parfaits

Tingle your taste buds with a bite of Sweet and Salty Strawberry Pretzel Parfaits. This sweet and salty dessert recipe for two has such a wonderful balance of sweet cream and strawberries with salty, crunchy pretzels. You'll especially love the hint of cinnamon flavor that's mixed in with the broken pretzel pieces. Because it's a parfait, this parfait works great for breakfast as well as an after-dinner treat. It makes just enough for two servings, so share it with a loved one or close friend! They'll be happy you did.

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Preparation Time30 min

Cooking MethodNo Bake

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Do you think that a whipped cream cheese would go good in this recipe? I am not a fan of sour cream when you use it fresh. I love it in coffee cakes and other desserts when you cook it after adding it to the batter, but I can't bring myself to eat it plain.


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