Smoked Butter Toffee Pretzels are quite the sweet and salty treat!
And the extra kiss of wood fired flavor adds a little something special too 🙂
Not over the top sweet, but a very delicious snack or dessert to enjoy.
How to Make Smoked Butter Toffee Pretzels
You’ll need only a few ingredients… pretzels (duh 😉 ), butter, brown sugar, and light corn syrup.
Not pictured is chocolate chips that you’ll melt and toss in after they are smoked.
First set a skillet over medium heat and add a stick of butter, 2/3 cup brown sugar, and 1/3 cup light corn syrup.
Once it starts to bubble, cook 4 to 5 minutes stirring a few times.
I had a 16 ounce bag of pretzels and most of that (about 12 ounces) went into a casserole dish.
And pour the caramel mixture in the dish with the pretzels.
Chop 4 Heath bars into tiny bits and toss most of those in as well.
Toss together with a rubber spatula.
At this point the pretzels will not be evenly coated which is perfectly fine.
Set the smoker to 225 degrees and place the dish on the grill grate for 2 hours.
And toss them with the spatula a few times throughout.
As you can see, the pretzels are coated in the buttery toffee goodness, some coated more than others but we are not looking for perfection here 🙂
While the pretzels are still hot, add the remaining Heath bar toffee bits, more brown sugar, and a cup of melted chocolate chips.
Toss them a few times but again, not looking for each one to be perfectly coated.
Smoked Butter Toffee Pretzels are quite the addicting treat!
Not over the top sweet, a great buttery and smoky flavor making them unique and delicious.
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Smoked Butter Toffee Pretzels
- Traeger/Pellet Grill
- 1 stick butter
- 2/3 cup brown sugar (plus more to toss in after smoking)
- 1/3 cup light corn syrup
- 1 12 oz bag pretzels (I had a 16 oz bag but only used 12 oz)
- 4 Heath Bars chopped
- 1 cup melted chocolate
- Put the butter, brown sugar, and light corn syrup in a saucepan over medium heat. Once it starts to bubble, cook 4 to 5 minutes whisking a few times.
- Put the pretzels in a casserole dish or foil pan. Pour the caramel mixture over the pretzels and add most of the the chopped Heath Bars. Toss to evenly coat.
- Set the smoker or pellet grill to 225 degrees. Place the dish or foil pan on the smoker for 2 hours, tossing a few times.
- When still hot toss in the melted chocolate, more brown sugar, and the remaining Heath bar bits. Let cool before serving.