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Connor’s delight

Connor is completely addicted to these tasty morsels!  And if I had owned and operated a bar, I would put out huge bowls of these. Customers would inhale them and then order more drinks!

Ranch Oyster Crackers

1 (1 ounce) package dry ranch dressing mix
1/4 cup vegetable oil
1 teaspoon dried dill weed
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 box or bag oyster crackers

Preheat oven to 250 degrees.  Line a baking sheet with foil.

In a large mixing bowl, combine the ranch dressing mix, oil, dill, garlic and salt and mix well. Stir in oyster crackers mix to coat. Pour crackers onto prepared baking sheet.

Bake 15 minutes, stirring every 5 minutes.  Remove from oven.

Cool and serve.


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7 comments

1 Ronnie Jaap { 07.10.12 at 11:39 AM }

Sounds just perfect for vacation snack!

2 Marissa { 07.10.12 at 12:27 PM }

Linda’s Bar. Sounds like it could work.

3 Shelley J { 07.10.12 at 12:33 PM }

Connor is not the only addicted to these little crackers. When Elizabeth bought them home from her class, everyone loved it!

4 Amy Kilpatrick { 07.10.12 at 12:59 PM }

So gonna make these! Scott’s grandma makes the best pretzle snacks! I’ll get u that recipe 🙂

5 Ginger Tunheim { 07.10.12 at 1:29 PM }

I’m going to make these for a snack. They sound great!

6 Ginger Tunheim { 07.15.12 at 5:16 PM }

I made them and my family and grandchildren loved them. Making more right now!! Connor you are sooo smart!!

7 Linda Hopkins { 07.16.12 at 8:37 AM }

Good morning Ginger, So happy the family loved them, I’m going to go tell Connor right now just how smart his 3rd grade teacher thinks he is! 🙂 I received a super sweet email from a follower telling all about another great idea for these crackers – Now, I’m just going to have to try these again with the Cheezit crackers… here it is….

“Hi Linda,
Amy G. here, one of your followers!
Just wanted to share that the oyster cracker recipe is also delicious if you use Cheezit crackers. The combo of the dill and cheddar…yum!!!
(I didn’t want to put a brand name in a comment on your blog.)

Love your posts! Our mutual friend Sydney W. told me about you, and have been a follower ever since!”

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