Bob's Spicy Redneck Cracker

"I received this recipe from a friend. It is really good..I cannot tell you the quantity it makes or serves."
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Ready In:
5 cups




  • Mix canola oil, garlic powder, crushed red pepper, cayenne pepper, dill weed and powdered Ranch Dressing.
  • Place crackers in a gallon freezer bag.
  • Pour mixture over crackers and shake well.
  • Let stand 5 minutes.
  • Put in airtight container.
  • Crackers improve with age.

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  1. Ms. B
    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!
  2. flower7
    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]
  3. alligirl
    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 recipe#213809, 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!
  4. Cherokee C.
    Can't wait to try friend just found out threw a friend : Snake: said I would love em.. I can tell I will My New Diet LOL Swamp Hot Crackers ????????
  5. tabasco0697
    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


  1. cschoeber
    I use the saltine mini crackers. One 11 ounce box and 1/2 of another 11 ounce box. I then follow the recipe exactly as written. Perfection!!!
  2. pammyowl
    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!



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