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As a little girl, I can distinctly remember going to many church potlucks with my family and finding strawberry pretzel dessert on the table.
The ladies of the church called it “strawberry pretzel salad.” Now, to me, a salad contained lettuce, tomatoes, and croutons with a hefty serving of Ranch dressing. However, after one bite I didn’t really care what they called it because this stuff was ding dang good! And would you believe me if I told you stumbled upon an even better recipe than the one I used to devour at the church?
The following recipe is for a strawberry PINEAPPLE pretzel dessert. Yep, there is pineapple tossed into the mix of awesomeness. I didn’t think this dessert could get any better but it did and it’s all thanks to one tropical fruit.
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Quick Tip: I like to use Rold Gold pretzels in this recipe.