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...

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...

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.

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.

Fire Crackers Recipe - 1 box saltines, 1 1/4 cup canola oil, 2 Tblsp crushed red pepper, 1 pkt ranch dressing, 1/2 tsp garlic.

Fire Crackers Recipe - 1 box saltines, 1 1/4 cup canola oil, 2 Tblsp crushed red pepper, 1 pkt ranch dressing, 1/2 tsp garlic.

Firecracker Crackers  There are many different versions made with any kind of basic cracker--saltines, Ritz, Townhouse, Club.  Add paprika for even more flavor and color.

Firecracker Crackers There are many different versions made with any kind of basic cracker--saltines, Ritz, Townhouse, Club. Add paprika for even more flavor and color.

Fire Crackerz {Football Friday} _ This a variation on my favorite Ranch Oyster Crackers. I swapped out the oyster crackers for Cheez-Its and added some red pepper flakes for a little heat. These were fantastic!

Fire Crackerz {Football Friday} _ This a variation on my favorite Ranch Oyster Crackers. I swapped out the oyster crackers for Cheez-Its and added some red pepper flakes for a little heat. These were fantastic!

I've been looking for a recipe for this cracker treat.  One person described them as "Firecrackers".  I prefer 2-3 bags of oyster crackers, SO EASY, no worries about breaking.  I have also tried this with 2-3 bags of pretzels, too.  SO GOOD. Oh I added some cayenne to the mix for  extra heat. (I have  doubled up or more on crackers, I didn't like my crackers saturated in the oil, just a coating for the pepper to stick.)  ENJOY

I've been looking for a recipe for this cracker treat. One person described them as "Firecrackers". I prefer 2-3 bags of oyster crackers, SO EASY, no worries about breaking. I have also tried this with 2-3 bags of pretzels, too. SO GOOD. Oh I added some cayenne to the mix for extra heat. (I have doubled up or more on crackers, I didn't like my crackers saturated in the oil, just a coating for the pepper to stick.) ENJOY

Texas Firecracker Saltines Ingredients: 3 sleeves of Saltines 1 c. of olive oil 1 envelope of ranch dressing mix 1 Tbsp. garlic powder 2 Tbsp. red pepper flakes 1-gallon ziploc bag Instructions: Put the sleeves of crackers in the Ziploc bag. Mix oil, pepper and garlic power in container that can pour (I use my pyrex measuring cup) Pour mix over crackers and swish around a bit. Lay flat for 20 minutes. Flip bag for another 20 minutes. Maybe flip again twice, in 15-minutes intervals, or just…

Texas Firecracker Saltines Ingredients: 3 sleeves of Saltines 1 c. of olive oil 1 envelope of ranch dressing mix 1 Tbsp. garlic powder 2 Tbsp. red pepper flakes 1-gallon ziploc bag Instructions: Put the sleeves of crackers in the Ziploc bag. Mix oil, pepper and garlic power in container that can pour (I use my pyrex measuring cup) Pour mix over crackers and swish around a bit. Lay flat for 20 minutes. Flip bag for another 20 minutes. Maybe flip again twice, in 15-minutes intervals, or just…

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