&Gather all of the ingredients before you get started. 2 bags of oyster crackers that are 9 oz each. I am able to shop at a local surplus grocery store and I can usually find them for 89 cents a bag. A huge bargain. 3/4 cup vegetable oil 1 pack dry ranch dip mix 1/2 tsp garlic powder 1 tsp dill Put the crackers in a large container. In a separate container that you can shake add oil and all other ingredients. Shake until well blended. Pour mixture over crackers and stir gently. Seal the bowl and shake until crackers are well coated. Let crackers stand at least 24 hours. Eat and enjoy! Ranch Oyster Crackers are a great snack and they are perfect on top of soup. I like to make several batches throughout the year, not just at Christmas time. Store them in an air-tight container and snack your heart out. Just be careful the bowl may end up empty faster than you think. I really like the lock down seals on these Rubbermaid Storage Containers. (affiliate link). They are BPA Free and you can use them for storage, freezing, microwave and refrigerator. Buy this set and you can get rid of all those odds and ends of storage containers cluttering your cupboards.
&Have you ever made this no-bake recipe?
- 2 bags of Oyster Crackers 9 oz each
- 3/4 cup vegetable oil
- 1 pack dry ranch dip mix
- 1/2 tsp garlic powder
- 1 tsp dill
- Place cracker in large bowl.
- In a separate container add oil and all remaining ingredients.
- Shake until well blended.
- Pour mixture over crackers and stir well.
- Seal bowl and shake crackers to coat.
- Let sit at least 24 hours before eating.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1425 Saturated Fat: 133g Sodium: 96mg Carbohydrates: 3g
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