Spicy Dill Crackers AKA Card Crackers
When I was little, we would spend most of our holiday breaks at my grandparent’s house in Atlanta, Georgia. Those are some of my fondest memories. We would gather with our cousins, aunts, uncles and my grandparents and play cards for hours. Have you ever played Canasta? It is so fun! While we were playing cards we would snack up a storm. My favorite thing to munch on while playing cards were these spicy dill crackers or what I call card playing crackers.
I miss those laid back holiday nights giggling with cousins and noshing on all sorts of goodies. I thought you guys might enjoy this recipe for spicy dill crackers. Don’t worry… they aren’t too spicy. Just a little dry ranch dressing and dill and they are seasoned to perfection. I really love that they are so fast and so simple to make. I even made them for my oldest daughter’s teachers for Christmas gifts this year and it was a delicious, but economical gift when you have lots of people to make gifts for! Here is how you can make a batch or two for yourself…
Spicy Dill Crackers
10 oz bag oyster crackers
1 tsp dill weed
1 envelope dry ranch dressing seasoning
1/4 cup canola oil
Preheat oven to 250 degrees. Combine the dill weed, ranch dressing mix and canola oil in a large bowl. Mix well.
Add the crackers to the bowl and coat evenly with the mixture.
Place the crackers on a single layer on a cookie sheet. Bake for 30 minutes or until a light golden brown. I suggest turning them over every 10 minutes for even cooking. After cooled, store in an air tight container. All done!
Break out the cards and enjoy some of these yummy snack crackers. They are always a hit when I serve them and they are so easy to double or triple the recipe for a large crowd! I hope you enjoy them and the company of those you love while eating them!
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