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Spicy Ranch Crackers


Spicy Ranch Crackers



When game night is coming up with your family or you’re planning a good movie night, it’s always

nice to have a quick, filling meal in front of you. That’s where something as simple and fun as Spicy

Ranch Crackers comes into play. This isn’t your typical dish—think of it as the old Midwestern


embrace of a can of Saltine and spice it up with a hint of spice and a hint of ranch flavor. It’s so easy

to make, so delicious, and I hope you love how these crackers get your tastebuds going early!

Spicy Ranch Crackers are great on their own, but are also delicious served with your favorite soup or

chili. They also add some spice to a regular salad, or for those looking for lighter fare, you can pair it

with crunchy celery and fruit slices. And of course it’s perfect straight from the cup!




– 1 package electric sauce mix

– 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon ground red pepper (depending on your temperature)

– 1/2 teaspoon garlic

– 1/2 cup vegetable oil


– 4 hands Saltine Electric



1. Preheat your oven to 450° F. It’s nice to cook the chicken slowly so it doesn’t burn, and it’s slightly


2. In a small bowl, combine ranch mix, crushed red pepper, and garlic powder. It’s your spice blend


that brings the chicken to life.

3. Pour the vegetable oil over the spice mixture and stir until smooth and well combined.

4. Carefully place the pretzels in a large bowl – to prevent them from accidentally dying, as they are

delicious – and pour the seasoned ranch butter over them. Gently mix with a spatula or your hands to

coat all the dough.

5. Divide the shells into sections of the sheet. You may need two pages to have enough space.

6. Place them in the oven and let them cook for about 15 to 20 minutes, turning them occasionally.

You’ll know they’re ready when they look sweet and golden.

7. Let the peels cool on paper. It’s hard, but they get better as they wait.


Variants and Tips:


– For people sensitive to gluten, you can replace Saltine with your favorite gluten-free ingredients

without looking into the oven, as baking times may vary.

– If ranch isn’t your thing, you can use Italian dressing for a variety of spicy flare.

– Details can be halved or doubled depending on the size of the whole, just take into account the

amount of oil and fat.

– If you have any, store leftovers in an airtight container to preserve them until next time.

There you have it, simple foods that bring something to the table. Get out that salt and let’s get


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