Snappers mixes sweet and salty into a delicious snack.
Snappers is a family company that has been around for 100 years. Snappers combines caramel or peanut butter, chocolate, and pretzels into the ultimate salty and sweet snack.
Why I love the Snappers snacks:
I’m a big snack food fan, I’m not usually a pretzel fan though. However I love these Snappers pretzel snacks. They come in 4 varieties:
Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Snappers, Peanut Pretzel Snappers, Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel Snappers, and Original Milk Chocolate Snappers.
My two favorites were the milk chocolate peanut butter and the peanut pretzels. I am actually embarrassed to admit how quickly I ate the milk chocolate peanut butter ones.
These are a great combination of sweet and salty. The pretzels are thinner, which makes them easier to bite into. They are covered in the delicious chocolate. I have sensitive teeth and and have to watch what I bite into. I did not have any problems biting into these. They are small enough you can put it in your mouth whole and let the chocolate melt that way too, if you prefer it that way. That is how my daughter eats chocolate covered pretzels.
All of the varieties come in 6oz, 10oz and 24oz. The prices range from $2.50 to $12. It all depends on the size and flavor you pick.
In 1914, their great grandparents set off from Greece to pursue the dream of a new life in America. They founded a small soda fountain in Pittsburgh’s Victorian district to produce and sell their handmade chocolates and milkshakes.
The company even has recipes listed on their website using their pretzel snacks.
I love that this is a Pittsburgh company. I’m from Pittsburgh, so that means it will be easier for me to find my favorite flavors easier. They sells their products in a lot of different stores. There is a list of where to buy their products on their website.
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