These pretzel dip recipes range from sweet and fruity to chocolatey, spicy, and cheesy. Seriously, everything goes with pretzels!
From dill pickle dip to Velveeta sausage dip, even picky eaters will love these recipes.
The great thing about pretzels is that they’re the ultimate blank canvas for a dip.
And don’t worry, these all come together in minutes.
To impress your guests with the most fantastic pretzel dip recipes at your next pollock, check out these 17 unique recipes below.
What’s better than pretzels and beer? Pretzels and beer cheese dip!
It’s cheesy and savory, and the beer adds a beautiful depth of flavor.
For the most addicting beer cheese dip, opt for a dark lager that shines through all the cheesy and garlicky goodness.
Whatever the occasion, an appropriate seasonal lager will take this dip over the top.
It’s the perfect cheese dip for tailgating parties or an on-hand midnight snack.
Mustard and pretzels go together like peanut butter and jelly.
And this vegetarian dip recipe is not one to miss.
It incorporates mayonnaise and vegetable oil with pre-made honey mustard salad dressing to make this dip extra creamy.
It doesn’t get much easier than that.
Most pretzel cheese recipes incorporate Velveeta, but this recipe does things differently.
It uses shredded cheddar cheese with plenty of butter and spices.
Adding milk to this recipe maintains the perfect dipping consistency that oozes into every nook and cranny of your pretzels.
It’s light, creamy, and comes together in a jiffy.
It will likely be the break-out star of your party, so be sure to stock up on plenty of pretzels!
Do you need a little spice in your life? This spicy honey mustard sauce perfectly balances sweet, spicy, and savory.
It incorporates a basic honey mustard sauce with Dijon mustard, stone-ground mustard, honey, and lemon juice. But we’re not done yet.
After the honey mustard is ready, it’s time to bust out the spicy secret weapon: sriracha.
The spicy kick from sriracha adds heat and bright, peppery notes that go so well with salty and delicious pretzels.
The wonderful thing about pretzels is that they are the ultimate blank canvas.
While cheese and mustard are great, sweet flavors work well, too.
This strawberry pretzel dip is so sweet and creamy. When paired with salty pretzels, the flavors are out of this world.
It’s the perfect balance between sweet and salty.
Plus, the cream cheese and whipped cream base taste like the most decadent cheesecake in a bowl.
Harry and David are most famous for their mail-order pears, but their signature dips are just as tasty.
If you want an unusual dip that will make your guests beg for the recipe, this is it!
It’s similar to a honey mustard dip but utilizes raspberry jam for an elevated kick of sweetness and tart flavors.
I could take a bath in this dip if I could. But I won’t.
This crack pretzel dip takes all the ingredients that everyone loves in a good dip and incorporates them into this recipe.
It has a little bit of everything.
Cream cheese? Check. Ranch dressing dry mix? Check. Cheese? Check. Bacon? Check.
It’s the perfect dip for even those picky eaters and goes well with just about anything.
Serve it up on a platter with pretzels, crackers, and veggies. Odds are you won’t see any leftovers.
While this smoked salmon dip is excellent for parties, it also makes a wonderful afternoon snack.
The smoked salmon and cream cheese base are rich and flavorful, but it doesn’t stop there.
Salty capers, a dash of lemon juice, and bright summer dill take this dip to the next level.
It’s a great party dip, but no one says you have to share.
This dip’s light and bright flavor is the perfect summer appetizer for your next potluck.
Where are all my dill pickle fanatics? I love dill pickle-flavored anything, and I could eat this dip with a spoon.
The best part? It comes together in a snap.
It’s thick and crunchy thanks to chopped dill pickles and earns a cheesy kick from shredded cheddar cheese.
It doesn’t require additional ingredients because the flavors of the dill pickles (and pickle juice) shine right through the cheesy goodness.
This pretzel dip tastes like peanut butter chocolate chip cookie dough in a bowl. Need I say more?
It incorporates rich and creamy peanut butter with cream cheese.
If your mouth isn’t watering yet, it includes chocolate chips and vanilla extract.
It’s like cookie dough without all those raw eggs.
It’s a great dessert dip with pretzels, crackers, and fresh fruit. And it comes together in a matter of minutes.
Are your socks securely in place? Good. Because this Maryland crab dip will surely knock your socks off.
It’s one of those dip recipes that will buzz the entire party. The lump crab meat adds a slight sweetness to this dip.
It’s also tamed with sour cream and seasonings like Worcestershire sauce and Old Bay seasoning.
With a cheesy topping, there will be no pretzels left behind when this crowd-pleasing dip hits the table.
This cranberry cream cheese dip is the ultimate appetizer for your next holiday party.
It’s festive thanks to bright red cranberries and a garnish of fresh mint, but it tastes incredible.
The cranberries are tart and sweet, and the cream cheese helps tame all those bright flavors.
With seasonal additions like pecans and apricots, it’s the perfect dip for a festive holiday meal. Just be sure you have enough pretzels!
It’s nutty, creamy, sweet, tart, and 100 percent delicious.
After one bite of this blackberry honey mustard dip, you’ll never return to plain old honey mustard.
What makes this dip amazingly addictive is that it perfectly walks that fine line between sweet, tart, and spicy.
It’s like a flavor explosion in your mouth.
It incorporates simple ingredients like blackberries, Dijon mustard, honey, whole grain mustard, and just a splash of apple cider vinegar.
No one can resist the siren call of a loaded baked potato.
It takes all the best dip additions and piles them high in a bowl. It’s smoky (thanks to bacon), creamy, and cheesy.
It has everything you love about a loaded baked potato sans the potato.
It’s great with salty, crunchy pretzels, crackers, veggies, and (of course) potato chips.
This sour cream and cheddar French onion dip isn’t your average onion dip.
While the onions provide a wonderful sweetness, a little extra spice takes this delicious dip over the top.
It infuses onions, sour cream, cream cheese, cheddar, butter, and a little extra spice.
Adding hot sauce and cayenne pepper doesn’t make this dip spicy. It just helps to balance the sweetness of the onions.
Velveeta and sausage. Is there anything better?
The Velveeta is creamy and spicy, and every bite ensures a smoky breakfast sausage.
You can also adjust the recipe to fit your needs.
If you don’t want a lot of extra spice, omit the green chilis and add extra tomatoes instead.
Seriously, I could eat this dip with a spoon.
Making caramel is every baker’s nightmare, but fear not! This caramel dip is so incredibly easy.
It pairs brown sugar, sweetened condensed milk, and butter in a pan until bubbly and delicious.
It’s easy, and everyone at the party will go wild over this dip.
Serve this dip with pretzels, apples, crackers, and fresh fruit.
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