Cajun Crackers


Want a quick snack that will have your taste buds singing?

With just 4 ingredients you can make this fun snack in seconds.


I use the mini crackers but you can use any size or brand.

I find these work best for me.


One pack of Hidden Valley Ranch dip seasoning.





Any type of olive oil you may have.


And some crushed red pepper.



I throw the entire box of crackers into a large zip loc bag.

I pour just a smidge of oil in.

You can always add more if needed.

Then pour in your seasoning pack  and just shake a small amount of the red pepper.

I would take it slow at first.

The first time I made this I went crazy with the pepper and Wowzer it was spicy.

Trial and error to every ones taste buds lol..

Once you have your 4 ingredients in, give it a good shake.


I can never wait and start snacking right away.

But if you leave them over night, the seasoning has time to sink in and do their thang :)


I can seriously eat this whole bag.


Do you have a fun fast go to summer snack?

xo Susie

17 comments:

  1. I made this recipe with the big crackers for the 4th of July, everyone loved them. Next time I'll make them with the minis.

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  2. We love these too. Although I haven't used olive oil, just vegetable oil and if im out of ranch Ill sprinkle in some taco seasoning or some Tony's. My kids love them.

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  3. I make these quite often, too, and everyone loves them. When my son takes them into work, he said they are all gone in about 5 minutes and everybody wants the recipe. Easy, tasty snack and you can't eat just one!

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  4. Thank you so much for the recipe, Susie! I've seen these made with oyster crackers, but have never known how to make them. I'm going to look for the mini crackers!

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  5. Yum! I bet my guys could finish this in no time at all! :) Have a good weekend!

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  6. I make these with Oyster Crackers but have never thought to do them with the mini saltines. Thanks for sharing! They are addicting!!!!

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  9. For whatever reason we always seem to make this at Christmas and they are super yummy!

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  10. I made them but instead of oil I used melted butter and I baked them a little to brown them up and let the butter soak it. Omg!! So good!!

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