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Crazy Crackers

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I call these Crazy Crackers because they are crazy delicious. And so simple to make!

Ingredients

  • 1 box (16 Oz. Box) Saltine Crackers
  • 1 package (1 Oz. Packet) Ranch Dressing Mix
  • 1 cup Canola Oil
  • 1 Tablespoon Red Pepper Flakes
  • ½ cups Kraft Parmesan Cheese

Preparation

Mix everything but the crackers together in a bowl.
Pour two sleeves of crackers into a 1-gallon Ziploc bag.
Pour the other two sleeves into another 1-gallon bag.
Pour half of the dressing into each bag.
Slowly rotate the bags for a few minutes and then allow them to chill out in the bag overnight.

It’s always good to make these a day ahead of time so that the crackers can really absorb all of the flavor.

These are great all by themselves or with a cheese ball.

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yummyum on 1.2.2010

You are right… these crackers are crazy good! Thanks for sharing.

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dessmith on 12.31.2009

My coworker brought these to a potluck. They were amazing!! They were the first thing to go. She didn’t marinate them overnight though. She just stacked the crakers into a rectangular container with a lid, poured the marinade over, and rotated the container every 15 minutes for 1 hour. So simple, but so delicious!

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Erika on 6.12.2011

These were so easy and sooo good! I searched for this recipe because a coworker brought it a batch of similar crackers she called “crazy crackers” and I loved them, but hers were without the parmesean cheese. The cheese made them perfect! We used a big empty ice cream bucket instead of a ziplock bag, like my coworker did.

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