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These turned out better than I imagined! I used olive oil and only a 1/2 teaspoon of cayenne pepper, I also let the crackers stay in the mixing bag, why mess up another bag/container. These are so good!
These are awesome. I shared them with a couple co-workers and then had to share the recipe too :) Made exactly per the recipe (was a little scared of the full tsp of cayenne but it's perfect!); stored in the same bag I mixed them in. Thanks for sharing! [Made for Spring Pick-A-Chef 2014]
Just made these and I can see I'm going to need to store them at my neighbor's house! I think they are very similar to Crack Pretzels - Bet You Can't Eat Just One, which I've been enamored with... Who'd thunk these ingredients would combine into something so spectacular? I don't think I'll be able to stop eating these spicy squares! Just love them and can't wait to share the love! Thank YOU for sharing, trick!
I made these the day before Easter so while my family mingled they could munch on these. My mom and I test tasted them right after they were finished and we both loved them. I will admit though that I thought I had cayenne pepper on hand but it turned out it was chili powder. So I did alter the recipe but not on purpose. They still turned out wonderful. Thanks for posting this recipe. I will be using this again and again Eidted 4/20 My entire family loved these...even the kids. I handed out the recipe a couple times and even sent some of the leftovers home with a cousin. But I had to hold onto some for myself. I wasn't about to give them all away
ok these are amazing . easy to do .really bumps up a plain cracker made for best 1012 try these
So good, but I did make a few changes. I used chili powder instead of the cayenne and pepper seeds, and I baked the crackers for ten minutes at 350F, stirring once. Crispy crunchy goodness!
Extremely tasty and addicting crackers. So easy to make and I can't wait for them to be even better as the days go by. The only suggestion I would make is to use a wide rubbermaid/tupperware container with a tight-fitting lid vs. the gallon baggie. You can actually store them in the same container since it is air-tight and you won't have to transfer them. These crackers are being served with my Thanksgiving appetizer party and I am sure they will be a hit. Made for Fall PAC, 2012.