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Snyder's Pretzel Dips Review

Are Snyder's Pretzel Dips Chocolate-Covered Bliss?

If you've ever been puzzled by your capacity to devour a bag of chocolate-covered pretzels, then you're in good company. Sweet, salty, and oh-so-delightfully crunchable, this indulgent snack is pretty hard to beat when done right. But is Snyder's limited-edition line of Pretzel Dips ($4 each) up to snuff? Keep reading to find out.

Snyder's Dark Chocolate Mini Dips

Petite, bittersweet, and neither too salty nor too sweet, Snyder's Dark Chocolate Mini Dips were all-too dangerous, as solid examples of this snack tend to be. Granted, one taster explained that while they were "good, I'm not going to text my friend about it." These weren't the best chocolate-covered pretzels we've ever had, but they're excellent for their price point.


Snyder's York Peppermint Sandwich Dips

If you've ever wanted a crunchy, less-minty York Peppermint Pattie, then you may be just the consumer Snyder's had in mind when it developed this puzzling combination. Still, while we applaud the brand's creativity, we can't quite sign off on Snyder's York Peppermint Sandwich Dips. At best, these were proclaimed less weird than they sound, but that doesn't mean that they're particularly tasty either.


Snyder's White Creme Mini Dips

Are yogurt-covered pretzels your kryptonite? If so, Snyder's White Creme Mini Dips are bound to be your new go-to snack. Confused? White-chocolate-coated, these aren't — what the heck is "white creme," anyway? — but that didn't stop us from eagerly snacking on more than our fair share.


Snyder's Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Sandwich Dips

For obvious reasons, Snyder's Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Sandwich Dips were easily the most eagerly anticipated flavor of the bunch. In an ideal world, these would be a bit less sweet, but overall, the combination of peanut butter, pretzel, and milk chocolate just works. Buy a bag, but be warned: they're dangerous.


Snyder's Milk Chocolate Mini Dips

What could possibly go wrong with a bag of milk-chocolate-covered pretzels? Turns out, a lot: too sweet, bizarrely tangy, and tainted by an unpalatable artificial aftertaste, Snyder's Milk Chocolate Mini Dips were surprisingly disappointing.


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