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Ranch Oyster Crackers

My current list of bookmarked/starred/printed/pinned/saved/saved recipes is long.  I’ve found so many delicious sounding/looking recipes lately – it is fantastic!  But it also can be a bit overwhelming to choose – well, that is if I don’t want to eat dessert for every meal – for some reason most of those recipes are generally the most appealing.  When it comes time to choose a recipe to make, I look at a few  general things:  Do I have the ingredients on hand? Is it something that I will enjoy? Will it be easy to make?

This recipe for Ranch Oyster Crackers fits all of those requirements.  I happened to have just bought oyster crackers at the grocery store, and all of the other ingredients are things that I pretty much always have on hand.  I wasn’t entirely sure what I would use them for, but they seemed so easy – and were from one of my favorite blogs – so I decided to give them a shot.  You can really never go wrong with a recipe from Mama Pea.  You can find the recipe here. (Unfortunately the recipe page is no longer available 🙁 ) 

Ranch Oyster Crackers

As suspected, they were incredibly easy to make.

The husband actually was first to try them.  He warned me that I may not like them – apparently I overdid it a bit on the garlic. I was hesitant to try them after that, but I did.  They were very garlicky, but good!  They were pretty strong flavored for me to eat a lot at a time   but I did like them.

Oyster Crackers in Soup

He actually ended up putting some of them in tomato soup, which he said was good.  I can imagine that they would add a delicious garlic flavor to canned tomato soup.

Ease: A+, really nothing hard at all.
Taste: A, They were definitely quite garlicky tasting, but I don’t know that that is necessarily a bad thing.

Would I Make Them Again? I’m not sure.  Although they were very easy, I’m more likely to make them to go with soup rather than making them just to keep around as a snack.

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