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Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins
Great snack to have on hand. Our kids love them!
Make and share this Seasoned Saltines recipe from Food.com.
- Empty entire contents of cracker box into a 1 gallon ziplock baggie.
- Set aside.
- Mix canola and dry ingredients until well blended.
- Pour over saltines.
- Close the bag and shake well until crackers are coated.
- Let stand 5 minutes.
- Store in an air-tight container.
SO GOOD. I'm not kidding, I've made these about 6 times in the past week b/c we are TRULY addicted. I think my husband at the WHOLE box of crackers one night, lol. I reduced the cayenne by 1/2 tsp just to reduce the heat a little and I didn't have sesame so I did without and these are still DYNOMITE!
These were delicious, albeit a bit salty for our tastes. Next time I think I would cut down on the amount of Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing Mix I use to eliminate some of the saltiness. I would also like to try and "toast" them as Theresa P did... When they came out so salty, I wondered what size "box" of saltines might have been intended. There are boxes with 2 bags of saltines, and boxes with 4 bags. We bought 4 bags, but there was not enough seasoning to go around, so cut it back to using 2 bags. Thanks for posting this great recipe! Dianne
What a great, quick snack. Very easy to make, and very tasty. I only made a 1/4 recipe, and a good thing too. Because I would have eaten the whole box if I had made the whole recipe! Thanks for sharing Mindi!