These soft pretzel breakfast wrap are made with Amish soft pretzel dough encasing eggs, cheese and bacon. These breakfast wraps are a delicious option for breakfast or brunch, but can also make a good lunch or dinner option, and were one of my favorite breakfasts to get while working at an Amish farmer’s market as a teenager! You may also enjoy my recipes for Amish soft pretzels or Pretzel pigs in a blanket.
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Soft pretzel breakfast Wraps
- Baking sheet (linked below)
- Mixing bowl (linked below)
- Whisk (linked below)
- 1 batch Amish soft pretzel dough
- 10 eggs beaten
- 10 strips cooked bacon halved
- 2 1/2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
- 1 cup warm water
- 3/4 tablespoon baking soda
- 1/4 cup butter melted
- pretzel salt or course sea salt
Preheat oven to 400.
- Cook beaten eggs in a large nonstick skillet for a few minutes, then cut into ten strips with your spatula and flip. Cook for 30-60 seconds longer, then remove from heat.
- Take the soft pretzel dough (risen according to instructions on Amish Soft Pretzels) and cut it into 10 sections. Roll the dough out into ovals about the size of small corn tortillas.
- Spread 1/4 cup cheese onto each oval, then add bacon strips and eggs. Fold in the short sides of the dough first, then fold/roll in the long sides (similar to a burrito), ensuring all toppings are sealed inside.
- Combine the baking soda and warm water in a large bowl. Dip pretzel wraps in baking soda water mixture, then sprinkle with sea salt.
- Bake for 20-25 minutes or until the tops and bottoms are golden and you can hear the filling sizzle slightly. Remove from the oven and brush with butter.
Some Equipment needed for these Amish Soft Pretzel Breakfast Wraps:
- Baking sheet I prefer to bake my soft pretzels and soft pretzel breakfast wraps on Nordic Ware baking sheets (not and ad). I have the best success with getting an even bake when using Nordic Ware.
- Mixing bowl You will need a mixing bowl or a large dish to mix the baking soda water in, and for dipping the tops of the pretzel wraps into.
- Basting brush A basting brush is useful for brushing the tops of the pretzel wraps with butter.
- Whisk I prefer to use wire handled whisks, as I have found them to dry out better than metal handled or plastic handled whisks.
We enjoy our wraps dipped in Cup Cheese ( Amish cheese spread.), Chick-fil-A sauce or honey mustard.
If you love Amish baked goods, you may also enjoy these recipes:
- Amish chocolate whoopie pies
- Amish coconut cream pie
- Amish pumpkin custard pie
- Amish pumpkin whoopie pies
- Amish oatmeal whoopie pies
- Amish sugar cookies
- Amish sand tart cookies
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