Coated with homemade Ranch dressing mix, Ranch Seasoned Oyster Crackers add bits of herby goodness to soups and salads.
This recipe has been on my to-blog list for two or three years. The problem is crackers never last long around here. Especially during the cool months. I would open the bag to grab a handful for whatever soup we were eating. Next thing I knew the whole bag was gone a couple of days later when I went to make the recipe.
This time, I was smart and seasoned the crackers as soon as I opened them. And I managed to keep enough to get a picture. Total win.
You really need to make the Ranch Seasoned Oyster Crackers the night before you need them. That ensures you will get the best flavor.
There are no heat or knives involved so this would be fabulous to make with kids. I think the next time the auntlings are here I’ll let them make a batch. I will measure the oil because I don’t want to worry about an oil slick on the floor from any accidents.
- 1 (10 oz ) bag Oyster Crackers
- ½ cup mild tasting oil. I used vegetable
- 2 Tablespoons ranch dressing mix
- Place the crackers in a resealable bag or lidded container
- Whisk the oil and dressing mix together
- Drizzle over the crackers and toss gently to coat
- Seal the bag or container and let sit for at least eight hours before eating, gently shaking the crackers to mix occasionally