Herbed Crackers


Need a quick snack to make for a Super Bowl party? Here’s an easy recipe using purchased oyster crackers. Be sure to make enough, because these herbed crackers are addictive!

 

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Easy to make herbed crackers

You only need a few ingredients to make these yummy herbed crackers.

 

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Herbed crackers ingredients

 

1 cup oil (I use canola oil)

2 packages of any brand of Ranch Dressing mix  (or use a DIY recipe for ranch dressing mix)

1 tsp. garlic powder

1 tsp. dill

1 tsp. lemon pepper

(I use heaping teaspoons full of each)

2  12-14 oz. boxes of oyster crackers

***Note: don’t add any salt! The dry ranch dressing mix already has plenty!

 

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Whisk together the herbs, dressing mix and oil     (I was making a half batch in this photo)

 

Whisk the first 5 ingredients together in a 2 cup measuring cup.

Use a large plastic container or recycle 2 plastic bags and put one inside the other.

Empty both boxes of crackers into the bag/container.

 

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Add the herb, dressing & oil mixture to the crackers

 

Pour the oil mixture over the crackers.  If using plastic bags, tie the bags tightly, and gently rotate the bag/container to blend the mixture.

 

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Add the herbs, oil & dressing mix and rotate the container every few hours

 

Rotate the bag/container every few hours.

These crackers are best eaten after a full 24 hours of soaking up all the herbed goodness.

 

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Finished Herbed Crackers

Store in an airtight container.

 

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