Hot Crackers

Angie Cox Recipe

By Angie Cox AngieCox

15 Min

These are good with dips, salads, soups or by themselves.

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1 c
canola oil
1 pkg
ranch style dressing mix
2 Tbsp
red pepper flakes
1 box
saltine crackers

Directions Step-By-Step

Use a large (2 gallon size) ziplock storage bag (or container with tight lid).
Add the oil, dressing mix, red pepper flakes and crackers.
Tumble constantly for 15 minutes.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Crackers
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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Janyth Lemon lemondrop3234
Mar 25, 2010
This sounds delicious.I am going to try it and also send the recipe to my daughter and son.
Relda Sibley Morninglorymama
Apr 8, 2010
These are fantastic! Since my husband is a diabetic, I use wheat or multi grain crackers.
Relda Sibley Morninglorymama
Apr 8, 2010
PS: In Louisiana, we call them "Spicy Crackers"!
Wanda Harrison saguache
Apr 22, 2010
My daugther in Tx.makes these crackers and they call them Rock and Roll crackers. I have made them also. I've also made them with the good seasons garlic & herb dressing mix. There real good!
Ava Walker simmerdown
Apr 24, 2010
My friend's sister made these and I loved them!! They are so addicting and according to the recipe, so easy to make.
Nancy R Robeyone
Jun 3, 2010
Do you have to bake them? Aren't they a greasy mess? How long can they keep. It sounds so good but a lot of oil....
Melissa Etheridge melissareeseetheridge
May 29, 2012
At Nancy~these do sound greasy, but you will be surprised at how nice these soak up the ingredients. Once you make them, put them in a Ziploc bag with a few folded paper towels and it will soak up any excess oil. BTW~we call them "firecrackers". My teenage son took them to school as part of an authors celebration, and several students and many teachers requested the recipe.
Donna Graffagnino StillWild
Jan 20, 2015
Love these crackers and have made them for years. Being from Louisiana we like things extra spicy so the only thing I do differently is add 1 Tbsp cayenne pepper to the mix and put everything in a 1 gallon pickle jar and just roll them around until everything is completely mixed. So addictive!