FAST FOOD NEWS – Arby’s Auntie Anne’s Cheddar Pretzel Nuggets

Written by | May 29, 2014

Topics: Fast Food News

Arby's Auntie Anne's Cheddar Pretzel Nuggets 1

Arby's Auntie Anne's Cheddar Pretzel Nuggets 2

(Update: Click here to read our review.)

Whoa. Company collaboration with alliteration. Perhaps Pizza Hut Pretzelmaker Personal Pan Pretzel Pizzas are next? Say that question five times really fast.

These soft pretzel nuggets have cheddar innards, are served warm, and baked in house. There’s no info about them on the Arby’s website, but according to TIB reader James, they’re offered in five or 20 pieces. The five-piece offering is $1.99. They appear to be testing the item in the Midwest, but if you’ve seen them elsewhere, let us know in the comments. Here’s a promotional poster from the Central Wisconsin Arby’s Facebook page. (Thanks to James for the photos!)

17 Comments For This Post I'd Love to Hear Yours!

  1. Starkzilla says:

    They’re selling these now at the Arby’s in Kent, OH. Saw signs all over the store promoting them but I didn’t try them.

  2. Erik says:

    They are in Olmsted Falls, OH.

    Ironically, my wife just brought these home moments after I saw this article. They were good – definitely tasted like Auntie Anne’s. They would be better served in a fry wrapper/open container – although she had to wait for them to be made, and thus they were piping hot, after 10 min car ride in topped container, the steam rendered them a bit mushy.

  3. Callie says:

    I actually just saw these at my local Arby’s in Southern California (Redlands, CA) last week. I wish I had tried them, they sound yummy! I didn’t because I had my heart set on trying the brisket sandwich, which by the way was really really good.

  4. F says:

    Eww, looks like there’s maggots on top.

  5. Jodi D. says:

    These look good but they should of called them bites or pieces and not nuggets. They probably taste like the Super Pretzel bites. Which I like a lot. But I am not in the demographic because I never go to Arby’s.

  6. Emma says:

    I saw these in Richmond, VA-they look so good! What would taste good to dip them in? mustard? Beer? Beer mustard sauce

  7. ImBatman_Bazinga says:

    They’re in Southwest Florida. I got the 5 piece. HOLY SALT BATMAN! Couldn’t taste anything else but the salt.

  8. Kerry says:

    Not bad for a frozen product, but I’ll stick to what they serve in the Aunt Annie’s stores. Much better and made from scratch!

  9. Katie says:

    Spotted in Connecticut

  10. Jim M says:

    Saw these at 2 Arby’s locations in Tennessee, Oak Ridge and Maryville.

  11. kris says:

    Spotted in Atl,Ga

  12. L Brown says:

    Didn’t know this was a very new item! Found them outside Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and ordered 5 piece by curiosity. Pretty good but doubt it will stay as regular menu item

  13. Sarah says:

    We have them in Charlotte, NC– just got em!

  14. Jimbo says:

    Had these in Springfield, OR. They were awful.

  15. Jonathan says:

    Spotted near Detroit, MI

  16. Kelsey says:

    I had them a week or two ago in Southwest VA. Way too salty, barely any cheese, very disappointed.

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