Auntie Anne style Pretzels (vegan)

Auntie Anne style Pretzels (vegan)

When you make something this tasty, that’s sugar free and accidentally vegan too- it would be rude not to share 🙂

Yep, this giant pretzel is only:

190 calories

11g protein

42g carbs (of which 36 is fibre!!) 

4g fat 

and thats including the chocolate chips may I add!  😉

I do adore the smell of freshly baked Auntie Anne’s pretzels whenever I walk past the counter in town but I struggle digesting all the oils they’re cooked in.

I walked home dreaming of the gorgeous cinnamon sugar smell so I couldn’t help myself in throwing this together 😛

Minimal ingredients, making & baking time too 🙂


35g Vitafiber power

15ml Water

10g Almond flour (I use Sukrin)

10g Buckwheat flour

10g Peanut flour (I use Sukrin)

2g Cinnamon

3g Sukrin Gold sugar

Dark chocolate chips to decorate (I get mine from Holland and Barrett)


1-Mix the vitafiber powder with the water till it all dissolves, you should have a thick sticky white mixture
2-Pour in the almond flour, buckwheat flour, cinnamon and gold sugar
3- Mix together using a wooden spoon
4-This is the fun part, gently wet your hands and start moulding the dough into your desired shape (be sure to do this on non-stick paper) the trick is to keep wetting your hands every now and then to allow you to manipulate the dough as its very sticky!
5- Once you’ve formed your desired shape add whatever toppings you fancy (I pressed down some chocolate chips into the dough)
6- Place in the oven for approximately 8-10 minutes on 180 degrees
7-When it goes golden brown, remove and devour


Told you it was super super simple!

Yes to macro friendly treats 😀

Hope you enjoy it as much as I do!




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