Quality Pretzel machines imported from the United States keep the pretzels both moist and at a perfect serving temperature.
Designed to hold around 60 pretzels these allow a high throughput of service at larger events.
We also offer Pennsylvania pretzels which are small hard biscuit pretzels, the same twisted knot shape but a different experience altogether.
Both types can be served from the same cart for a full Pretzel experience
Our pretzel carts are supplied with;
•An Expert Operator.
•Quality Pretzel Machine.
•Selection Of Flavoured Pretzels.
•Range Of Toppings.
Dipping cheese, spicy salsa, chocolate all add an extra kick to our pretzels.
Pretzel Fun Facts
The first pretzel to reach America was thought to have traveled over on the Mayflower.
Unsalted pretzels are called “Baldies”
The worlds largest pretzel was 842 pounds and 26.8 feet long, 10.2 feet wide.
It is estimated that the average American consumes about 2lb of pretzels per year.
The phrase “Tying the knot” was inspired by pretzels.
In Switzerland, a newlywed couple break one and make a wish for good luck.
They have been used as the emblem of bakers and guilds since at least the 12th Century.
The three holes represent the Father, Son and the holy ghost
History Of Pretzels.
A common story about pretzels is that a monk created them around 610 in Italy. Legend has it that the monk baked strips of dough that he folded into a shape resembling a child crossing its arms to pray. He gave these treats out as little rewards or “pretiolas” to the children who had memorised their prayers.
Unfortunately there is a lack of supporting evidence for this, the earliest recorded evidence of pretzels is on the crest of the Germans bakers guild in 1111.