We’re Addicted to This Dill & Cheese Cracker Mix!

We're Addicted to This Dill & Cheese Cracker Mix! | thegoodstuff

The Big Game is around the corner and I’ve been planning away for my party.

Aside from the basics like cheese dip, I like to search through my recipe book for things I haven’t made in a while. As I searched, I came across a recipe I got from my mom after she got it from my neighbor.

Let me explain.

Last Christmas my neighbor brought me some Dill Cheese Cracker Mix. I may have eaten most of it that day. It was so good! Lucky for me, the next day I was headed home for the holidays, so I got to take the remainder with me. My mom and dad loved it almost more than I did, so much so that my mom went on the mad hunt for the recipe so she could take it to her Bunco club meeting.

She found it, and now I get a whole canister of it from her during the holidays! Any recipe that’s so good that we go hunting for the recipe has to be on the table at any gathering!

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Dill Cheese Cracker Mix Recipe

We're Addicted to This Dill & Cheese Cracker Mix! | thegoodstuff


• 1 box cheese crackers
• 1/2 box Goldfish crackers (optional)
• 1/2 cup vegetable oil
• 1 package dry ranch dressing mix
• 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
• 2 teaspoons fresh or dry dill weed

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1. Mix all of the ingredients in a bowl, then spread them out on a non-stick cookie sheet.

2. Bake at 250 degrees for 20 minutes and then check. They should be slightly golden. If not, put back in oven for 5 minutes.

3. Let cool and enjoy!

As a bonus, this mix can be stored in the freezer to pull out and enjoy whenever you want! Just make sure you have an air-tight container.

We're Addicted to This Dill & Cheese Cracker Mix! | thegoodstuff


1 reply on “We’re Addicted to This Dill & Cheese Cracker Mix!”

You can make this in the microwave in less than 5 minutes – just have to watch it or it will burn. I toss the crackers about two or three times while they are cooking. A lot faster and easier than heating up the oven.

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