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For the perfect sweet and salty crunch, this recipe is the one. Not only is this dish delish, it’s also no-brainer! The creamy peanut butter filling, with a sweet, melted chocolate topping, compliments the salty pretzel crust to perfection. You can use your microwave to melt the chocolate, and you only need to bake the crust for about 10 minutes! This recipe is easy, and hassle-free.
I had my doubts about the pretzel crust, I must say. I’ve never really liked pretzels that much, so I was worried the flavor would come up too strong for me. However, the rest of the ingredients seemed so delicious I decided to make this pie, anyway. It turns out I wouldn’t have had to worry about the pretzel crust at all! It was absolutely perfect for this – and the flavor combination of the salty crust and the sweet topping was, oh, so amazing!
Recipe and photo courtesy of 12 Tomatoes.
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