We set out for the store and bought the ingredients and made him his special snack. Is he better today? No, but his craving has been satisfied.
Dilly Oyster Crackers
5 Cups Oyster Crackers
3/4 Cup Vegetable Oil
1/2 Teaspoon Dill Weed (I used 3/4 Teaspoon)
1/4 Teaspoon Lemon Pepper
1/4 Teaspoon Garlic Powder
1 - 1 Ounce Package of Hidden Valley Ranch Salad Dressing Mix (not buttermilk)
Preheat oven to 250 degrees. Combine all ingredients except crackers and stir well. Add crackers and gently toss to coat the crackers. Spread on ungreased cookie sheet and bake for 15-20 minutes. Stir once after about 8 minutes. Let cool completely before storing in an airtight container.
These are a yummy, inexpensive and great for snacks on-the-go. Put them in the kids' lunches, serve them with soups or add them to your Super Bowl menu. ENJOY!
I will be sharing this recipe at Debbie's Tailgate Party and on Foodie Friday with Michelle. Come on over and find some new recipes for the Big Game Sunday.
MAKE IT A GREAT DAY!
I have made these before...they are good and too addictive for me! I am sure Jordan will recooperate a little easier with these!~Hugs, PattiReplyDelete
Sounds very yummy!!ReplyDelete
Gosh I can't remember the last time I had these...now I'm craving...ReplyDelete
Honey...can you go to the grocery store???
yum. what a great idea. I will surely be trying these.ReplyDelete
Hope everyone feels better
Oh, I always loved oyster crackers! I had a friend who had the most marvelous recipe for them, and I'm glad you shared yours here. Thanks, La!ReplyDelete
This looks like a great recipe for a party! Thanks for sharing! Hope Jordan feels better!ReplyDelete
My mom used to make these and my kids loved them!ReplyDelete
The crackers sound great La, I love dill:@)ReplyDelete
Wow, these look so good! I hope Jordan feel better. And I hope your weather will improve soon!!!ReplyDelete
They sound lovely. I dont have a sweet tooth, but I would walk a mile for a savoury snack like that!ReplyDelete
Looks yummy. And it is the only good thing about feeling sick, that you are allowed to give in to urges and cravings :-)ReplyDelete
Hope he feels better soon.
What a great reminder of this great snack. I used to make something similar a few years ago and I had forgot how good they are. Hope Jordan is feeling better soon.ReplyDelete
I hope Jordan feels better soon. He may need some chicken noodle soup to go with those yummy crackers.ReplyDelete
Hi La! I have actually had these and they are yummy! I hope all is well at your house and you are staying warm!...hugs...DebbieReplyDelete
My kids would love these. Yummy.ReplyDelete
These are addictive to me. When I start eating them, I just can't stop. Your recipe is a little different from mine. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Yum! These sound terrific! Thanks for linking them up for Tailgating Time. I hope you will be joining us for tour final shebang for the Super Bowl tomorrow!ReplyDelete
I want to make these so bad, but every package of dry ranch mix I could find has MSG in it. I've been trying to search for a recipe without the dry ranch mix and with the spices I need for the taste of it, but without the msg. I am asthmatic and msg REALLY makes my asthma bad.ReplyDelete