Fire Crackers Recipe ~ Seasoned saltine crackers that are simple to make and add a special touch for your dips and spreads at parties… 1 box saltines, 1 1/4 cup canola oil, 2 Tblsp crushed red pepper, 1 pkt ranch dressing, 1/2 tsp garlic. So Easy but oh so good !!! : FoodPicsTime

Fire Crackers

Fire Crackers ~ 1 lb unsalted Saltine Crackers (or mini saltines or oyster crackers), cup Canola Oil, Ranch Dressing Mix, Red Pepper Flakes, Garlic Powder. Once you start munching you just can't stop!

I'm really really sorry to do this to you.  It's really not fair of me to post something so ridiculously addicting.  These Fire Crackers...

FIRE CRACKERS 2 sleeves saltine crackers 1 packet Ranch dip mix C vegetable oil 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon onion powder teaspoon black pepper T red chili flakes, to taste (this is the fire) 2 teaspoons dried parsley

Fire Crackers (Flavored Saltines)

Fire Crackers (Seasoned Saltines)

Fire Crackers (Flavored Saltines) I only use red pepper flakes so kids can eat them too. Also add teas dill weed.

Firecrackers!!!  You can vary the amount of red pepper flakes from 2-5 tbs, depending on the level of heat you desire.  Also, I reduced the amount of oil to 1 cup, and combined oyster crackers with mini saltines.

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We call these, TEXAS Firecracker. Alabama firecracker recipe (good snack for potlucks, beach)Ray would love this--nice gift in a tin at Christmas!

Fire Crackerz Recipe | Plain Chicken - Just Cheez-Its, Ranch Dressing Mix, Red Pepper Flakes, Canola Oil!

Fire Crackerz {Football Friday} cup canola oil 1 package Ranch dressing mix tsp red pepper flakes 1 box Cheez-Its . In a large bowl, mix together all ingredients. Spread crackers on large rimmed baking sheet. Bake for minutes, stirring halfway through.

Cajun Fire Crackers. These are AMAZING!

Cajun Fire Crackers

Ingredients 1 lb unsalted saltine crackers ( 4 sleeves) 1 cup canola oil 1 ounce) packet ranch dressing mix 2 tablespoons crushed red pepper flakes teaspoon garlic powder Directions Line crackers on ends (like dominoes) in an air-tight container.

Fire Crackers (Flavored Saltines)

Fire Crackers (Seasoned Saltines)

Spicy Firecracker Crackers - No cooking required, just mix it in the bag.

Cajun Recipes: Firecrackers Party Food

(My rating: 5 stars. Spicy but not too spicy to enjoy.) Spicy Firecracker Crackers - No cooking required, just mix it in the bag.

Magic Crackers! You will have so much fun making these! Pour,  cover, flip and enjoy! And NO they are not soggy! MAGIC! Pinned over 1200 times.

You will have so much fun making these! Pour, cover, flip and enjoy! And NO they are not soggy! Pinned over 1200 times. Ranch mix oil garlic powder cayenne red pep flakes-pour over crackers. Flip container every 5 min for an hour.

The Pub and Grub Forum: Fire Crackers...like Lay's Potato Chips, you can't eat just one!

The Pub and Grub Forum: Fire Crackers.like Lay's Potato Chips, you can't eat…

Texas trash using this cracker mix with the fire cracker spice :) package ranch dressing mix tbs red pepper flakes oil

Texas Trash

Texas trash using this cracker mix with the fire cracker spice :) package ranch dressing mix tbs red pepper flakes oil (cereal recipes ovens)

Fire Crackers, you won't be able to stop eating them! 1 lb. crackers, I used 1/3 each of Cheese It's, Mini Club & Mini Saltines; then mix together 1 1/2 cup canola oil, 1 pk Ranch salad dressing mix and 2-3 Tablespoon crushed red peppers. Pour over crackers in a big airtight container, toss several times over a 1 hr period. I like best if made the day before. Will keep for a extended period of time in a airtight container....

crackers each of cheese, mini club & mini saltines); mix together 1 cup canola oil, 1 pk Ranch salad dressing mix, Tablespoon crushed red peppers; pour over crackers in a big airtight container; toss several times over a 1 hr period

Sriracha Fire Cracker Snackers pack a whole lot of punch into an itty-bitty cracker. BAM! - Kudos Kitchen by Renee

Sriracha Fire Cracker Snackers

Sriracha Fire Cracker Snackers pack a whole lot of punch into an itty-bitty cracker. - Kudos Kitchen by Renee

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