If you’ve ever been to a cookout or a family get together where everyone brings a favorite dish you have most likely had this dessert. In today’s post, I am sharing my version of the Strawberry Pretzel Dessert Recipe. Fresh strawberries from your home garden or local market are amazing in this but not required.
Strawberry Pretzel Dessert Recipe
The first time I had this dessert I was a kid attending a church potluck. Can you believe that back in the ’70s this was called a ‘salad’? I remember going back for seconds for this dessert and leaving the cookies on the table behind. I hope you take advantage of the print option featured on my recipe and make this one of your favorites.
Inspired by A handwritten notecard in my Dad’s Cookbook sitting on my bookshelf!
I hope the images and notes below help you put together the Strawberry Pretzel Dessert soon. If you have questions you can comment on my blog post or reach out to me on my contact page.
Who doesn’t have a blender sitting on their countertop? I would assume everyone is still into those smoothie breaks to stay healthy. I used my Ninja Blender to chop up those pretzels. It did a great job and was easier than getting out the food processor. Just be sure to use ‘pulse’ setting on the blender.
Container For The Dessert
You can pretty much use any 9’x13′ container for this recipe. I went with the clear glass so I could see the layers in the dessert.
Spread the pretzel mixture into the 9’x13′ pan.
Cream Cheese Mix
Be sure to defrost the whipped cream before adding it to the super and cream cheese ingredients.
Layer Jello Mix
This is a great dessert to use strawberries you’ve bought at Costco cheap but are too busy to eat before they go bad. Freeze those berries and use them in this dessert as time allows!
Save Time And Money
This Strawberry Pretzel Dessert recipe can easily be cut in half and baked in an oven air fryer to save power.
Power Oven Air Fryer
I am all about saving money, energy and cutting calories. I experimented with using my oven air fryer to bake the crust and it worked great. Using the Oven Air Fryer is a great way to save money, time and easier to cut the recipe in half.
I’d love to hear from you and what you thought of this dessert. Comment on the post below and don’t forget to share this with your friends and family.
Happy Summer Dessert Time,