my whole family loved this! a perfect combination of seasonings.
So easy and very tasty too! I also bought the large container of goldfish and as Pam-I-Am suggested, used only 1 cup of oil and it was just right. I was out of dill so I upped the garlic and used 3 shakes of dried Italian spices. Next time I will be sure to have dill on hand. Thanks for posting, CarpenterGirl!
Made this to take for Thanksgiving with the family and everyone loved them. Our son asked me to start making them all the time :) Thanks carpentergirl for a great recipe that will be made again!
Move over oyster crackers! This is now on the Thanksgiving treat table menu. My son loves making the seasoned oyster crackers, but we are making these from now on. Thank you for sharing!
Great! My husband loves them. I may see if I can find no-salt lemon pepper so I can cut down on the sodium content a bit.
YUMMY!! I made these (minus the lemon seasoning) this holiday season and each time they were a hit!
these are really good but i think i added too much ranch, as it was a little overpowering. i also added wheat chex, pretzels, and peanuts which helped w/ the over seasoning
I found this recipe in a Taste of Home magazine. It is a wonderful recipe! The only thing I do different is I reduced the amount of dill down to 1 tsp and that seems like plenty. This keeps for quite some time in a container or freezer bag. Last Christmas I made them using the red and green holiday golfish and they were perfect.
YUM! I just made these to take on a camping trip tomorrow. I hope they make it that long, I can't seem to stop eating them. These are so good. I have a very similar recipe for oyster crackers and it recommends pouring the crackers into a paperbag after baking to absorb a little of the oil. I'm doing that with these also. Next time I'll make a double batch. Thanks for the recipe CarpenterGirl