These are very delicious and delightfully snacky, but they will give you really, really bad breath, so plan to brush your teeth thoroughly after every handful.
You can eat these as is, or add a cup or so to a big bowl of hot popcorn. You can make variations on this recipe by adding a cup of cashews or using cheddar flavored goldfish crackers or tiny pretzels as well.
GAME DAY SNACK CRACKERS
1 12-ounce bags oyster crackers
1 cup canola oil
1 tablespoon dill (heaping)
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 packet ranch dressing mix
In a 2-cup measuring cup, combine the canola oil and the three remaining ingredients and stir to combine. Put the packages of crackers into a bowl with a tight-fitting lid; pour the canola oil mixture over them and gently stir to coat. Flip the bowl upside down and allow the crackers to rest for half an hour. At the end of that time, flip the bowl again and allow to rest for another half hour.
Serve in a large snack bowl (or package in tins to give as gifts.)
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