Thursday, February 9, 2012

A snack idea


The Super Bowl has been played, the Giants won...Yay!...snacks have been consumed.  We still have a few things left over that we're still snacking on.  One being the Spicy Saltine Crackers pictured above.  Have you made these?  The simple recipe is as follows:

Spicy Saltine Crackers
3 sleeves of saltine crackers
1 cup Canola Oil
2 TB. red pepper flakes
1 pkg Fiesta Ranch Dressing, dry

Put crackers in a large Ziploc bag or a large bowl.
Add other ingredients and turn frequently at least
a couple of hours.  The longer you turn them,
the better they are.  
Note:  The crackers are pretty 
crowded in a gallon size bag, 
but that's what I use.

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Thanks for all the suggestions about my commenting problem.  I downloaded Google Chrome and I am now able to comment on the blogs that I couldn't before. 

Until next time... 

29 comments:

  1. I can't believe we are both awake! I am up later than you because now it is 1:22. I am trying to do some catching up on blogs while we were on vacation. CH will love those crackers Cheryl!

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  2. They look good ,but would be too spicy for me, it has given me an idea to experiment with though.Thanks for the idea.
    Carolyn.

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  3. Glad you got things solved with the commenting problem. Thanks for the recipe. It looks good and it is one I will definitely try.

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  4. I just had to do the same thing....so far, I have been very pleased with google chrome.
    I have a friend that makes these crackers and I can testify that they are delicious....
    Have a wonderful day.
    Shug

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  5. One of the 3r's linemen bought those in to work at Christmas. Maybe it's a Coop recipe. LOL

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  6. Hmmm, those look yummy for a special occasion! Glad that you're able to comment again.

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  7. Oh, that is one of our family faves!! LOVE it. Glad you solved your issues! blessings ~ Tanna

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  8. is not funny how that works. that is what happened to me ... & i started using google chrome & bam!! it started working again. funny, how it's the little things that puzzle us. to funny & cute all at the same time!! have a good day. (:

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  9. google is doing this on purpose to make us use their browser, i refuse to do it. google is making me MAD they are taking over everything and directing us. they have made more changes today and that is making me even more mad. i can't eat hot stuff, takes my breathe away but these look great for pepper eaters.

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  10. Now that looks like an easy way to spice up ordinary Saltines. So glad you shared the recipe. I look forward to trying it.

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  11. glad the google chrome worked for you too!

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  12. I have company coming that I will try this on. Thanks.

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  13. Looks like a tasty snack; I'll have to try these.....

    So glad you got your blog issues settled....blogging can be so much fun if working properly....

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  14. Never heard of doing this...will try to remember it. Glad you got your commenting problems worked out.

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  15. I make pretzels like this and everyone loves them and asks for the recipe.

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  16. That Fiesta Ranch Dressing sure is versatile! Those crackers sound yummy. Thanks for the recipe.

    Yea on getting your commenting problem fixed.

    Deanna

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  17. I love the spice in your crackers but if a person doesnt, the ranch alone would be good. I'll have to try this.

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  18. Cheryl
    This should be on one of those frugal living post! It sounds so..
    yummy too.

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  19. I couldn't do it on google chrome I had to go to Foxfire!

    Those crackers look good - now I would never ever have thought about doing something like that.

    Love,
    sandie

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  20. Looks like a tasty snack.
    Better yet.. it looks easy and fast to make :)

    Glad you got the kinks worked out with google.

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  21. We make a similar snack and I mix it in a two gallon ziplock. It was wonderful when I discovered them!

    :)

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  22. Those look so yummy!
    I still use internet explorer and have no problems. :)
    Have a great weekend Cheryl!

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  23. Yum--- bet that snack is delicious... I try to stay away from stuff like this these days because I eat too much of it if it is around me... BUT--I'll keep the recipe in mind for a time when I need to make a good snack... Thanks!!
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  24. Glad you fixed your commenting problem! And these crackers look amazing!!!

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  25. sounds yummy, looks delish.. and i might just have all of those ingredients on hand. Hmmmm.... dangerous? lol, thanks for the recipe! -Tammy

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  26. These spicy crackers sound awesome!

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  27. Good to find the solution for that...and these crackers look great, a good idea! Thanks. :D

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  28. I haven't tried this snack before but I'll give a whirl.
    Glad your commenting problems are solved, Cheryl.
    warm hugs,
    Pam

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  29. I'll have to try that! Looks great!

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