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For years, I would beg my grammy to make me strawberry pretzel salad, and she would always oblige. It was so good! You had red, ripe berries, creamy cream cheese filling, and a crust with a flavorful pretzel crunch. Talk about an amazing dessert! Finally, when i got older, my sweet grandmother taught me how to make the salad on my own, however, she swore me to secrecy. I always keep my promises. But don’t worry, I found an amazing recipe on a very popular website that was created by a really nice lady. This salad is almost just like my grandma’s!
What I like most about this strawberry pretzel salad is that it is easy to make. If you need to prepare a dessert for a church potluck or other gathering, this is a great go-to option. It can easily be doubled to fit a sheet pan when you are planning on feeding a large crowd.
Recipe courtesy of Food Network via Group Recipes.
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