- THE MAGAZINE
- FOOD MASTER
This fall, the Sister Schubert’s line of homemade rolls brings two restaurant favorites to America’s kitchen tables with soft pretzel rolls and mini baguettes.
"We strive to create rolls that offer delicious homemade taste as well as convenience," says Karen Bailey, senior marketing manager for Sister Schubert’s, produced by the T. Marzetti Co., Columbus, Ohio. "We are proud to introduce new soft pretzel rolls and mini baguettes to our line. Like all Sister Schubert’s rolls, they contain only the finest ingredients with no preservatives, no artificial flavors, and 0 grams trans-fat, and they bake in just seven minutes."
The soft pretzel rolls feature a thin, slightly crisp outside and a soft, warm center, while the mini baguettes bring the bakery-fresh taste of artisan bread straight to the kitchen with a golden, crispy crust and a soft, airy center. Ready in as little as seven minutes, simply slice the mini baguettes and fill with favorite sandwich ingredients to create a meal, or enjoy as an appetizer by dipping the warm artisan baguette in olive oil.
Both come in six-count bags, available in the grocers’ frozen section for a suggested retail price of $3.79.