Recipe by Julie
"These crackers are a quick and easy party snack or could even be used as a garnish for a cup of chowder."
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1 (12 ounce) package
1 (1 ounce) package
ranch dressing mix
dried dill weed
This is a very tasty snack cracker on its own. Easy to do, very little time needed. I have tried others, but they used way too much oil or seasonings. We love this one!
I thought these were pretty good, but no one in my family will eat them and even the guys at my husband's office didn't eat them.
Very nice. This amount would coat more crackers than the 10 ounce package called for. I used a 12 ouonce package and still had more seasoned oil than I really needed.
Very addictive! I made these and included them in gift baskets. My brother horded any extra that he could find. I poured everything into a gallon ziploc bag and let it sit for about thirty minutes so the crackers could absorb the flavors. Very good and extremely easy to make. I've found that the ranch dip mix is actually better than the dressing mix. It is more flavorful.
I thought there was a bit two much oil the first batch I made. After going to 1/2 cup it was perfect!
I omitted the garlic powder and ued a 14oz. box of crackers. These were a childhood favorite of mine. (My grandma used to make them.)I decided to make some to take with me on a Women's Retreat this weekend. (my "Something Salty")
I just took them out of the oven and my kids (5&3) each had to have a small portion. They are wonderful!
Great savory crackers for snacking. I doubled the recipe, using two 10 ounce packages of crakers, and it came out great.
Very easy,the whole family loves 'em! I made them according to the recipe, and also made some using Hidden Valley Spicy Ranch and garlic powder. The kids want to use taco mix! If some find 3/4 cup oil too much, use 2 packages of crackers and keep everything else the same. Way less oily and still tastes great.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 169
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