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A pretzel is a baked bread product made from dough and usually shaped into a twisted knot. Even though there are hard and soft pretzels, in Cook, Serve, Delicious! only the soft kind is present, considered an Italian/Mexican standard food.

Just like corn dogs, pretzels are not upgradeable and will only be served in restaurants that have less than two stars. However, even if simple, they are slighlty more difficult than corn dogs because of tthe number of recipes.

They do not need any special equipment, can be acquired for $350 and sell for $4 a piece.



The wonderful Pretzel recipe with nothing to do but serve.

Preparation of pretzels is very simple. The pretzel is already made, but the recipe may call for some toppings: butter, salt or cinammon. There is a maximum of two toppings and any combination of those three is possible except salt and cinnamon.

One of the recipes won't need any toppings, therefore being able to be served immediately, as nachos "Bowl of Chips" and baked potato "The Dry Potato".


One star[]

  • The Classic Pretzel: Salt and butter.
  • The Dry Twister: Just the pretzel.
  • Cinnamon Pretzel: Cinnamon.
  • The Buttery Curves: Butter.
  • The Sweet Twist: Butter and Cinammon.
  • The Salty Knot: Salt.

Boosters and detractors[]

Pretzels have 3 boosters (only 1 counting the useful one) and 6 detractors (3 who may affect buzz negatively). Therefore, it's a terrible choice for the menu.

Boosters: Catering, Simply Food, Afternoon Delight.

Detractors: Munchies, Menu Rot, Unappreciated, Peasant Food, Fatty McFats, Morning Aroma.

Food Introduction[]

One Star[]

The world's most delicious knot returns to amp up your menus! This fun treat is a cinch to make- just apply butter and salt, and serve (but also includes cinnamon to add a nice sweet twist on an old favorite)! Not only is it a fun snack enjoyed by all, but it's an affordable food that just about anyone can enjoy. These pretzels are making me thirsty... for profit potential!

Your order comes with a surplus of ready-serve pretzels, salt, butter, cinnamon, and paper trays, with six recipe cards.


  • The pretzel's purchasing information says "These pretzels are making me thirsty... for profit potential!". This is a reference to Cosmo Kramer's catchphrase on the Seinfeld episode "The Alternate Side".
  • Even though soft pretzels are believed to have been invented in Germany or France and hard pretzels were created in the US, it is categorized as Italian/Mexican food in the game.