Lemon Dill Oyster Crackers
These babies are addictive! Put them away or you will haven eaten the entire container of lemon dill oyster crackers before you know it!…
I love salty, crunchy snacks. These are great because you can tweak the recipe to match the party theme or flavor crave you may be experiencing.
1-12 ounce bag oyster crackers
3/4 cup oil (your choice of oil)
1 tablespoon lemon juice (or more to taste)
1 teaspoon dried dill weed
1 packet powder ranch dressing mix
1 teaspoon pepper
1 teaspoon garlic powder (if you use garlic salt it might be too salty)
1. Combine everything except the crackers in a large bowl. Whisk together until well blended
2. Dump the crackers in the liquid and gently toss with a flat spoon – carefully so you don’t break the crackers
3. Once coated with oil mixture, spread out on baking sheet
4. Bake at 200 for 15 -20 minutes or until browned (In a pinch I have baked at 325 for 5 minutes but you have to watch them so they don’t fry on the bottom side next to the pan)
5. Allow to cool completely before placing in airtight container
Do you have a favorite flavor combination that you make for these crackers? Share your recipe below…I would love to try it.
If you omit the ranch dressing mix and substitute a little more seasoning (try celery salt and / or lemon pepper ), they are dairy free! Yum!
This flavor combo sounds wonderful. I can’t think of one off hand, I love anything cheddar, not sure how to incorporate that, though.
Rebecca b says
Oh yummy! My kids are gluten free so we can’t do this at home, but will definitely take to a potluck.
Linda Manns Linneman says
These sound like such a great snack. I can’t wait to give these a try. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe
I thought the recipe was for making home made crackers. These sound okay. I’d skip the lemon and add salt. I salt everything.
Karen Glatt says
I love Oyster crackers in my soup, and love this really yummy recipe to make Lemon Dill crackers. They sound so delicious! Thanks for sharing recipe.
Lindsay G says
Oh wow these sound sooo good! Great to snack on during a movie or TV
Carolyn Massey says
Love oyster crackers and eat them in soups and chili. Also like dill so this recipe looks so good and would eat them as a snack. My family would like them for sure.
Linda Szymoniak says
These sound so yummy. I’m always up for healthier snacks (as opposed to things like potato chips). Ill have to make some up for the next movie night my daughter and I have.
Sylvia Zajis says
I have been making these for years, love them. This recipe is also great on Cheez Its!!
Ooo I got to try these finally today!
Thanks for posting the recipe for Lemon Dill Oyster Crackers. I’ll let you know how mine turn out!
These sound delicious, a fast and easy snack. I think I would experiment and make cheese flavored crackers.
Terri Ramsey Beavers says
Oh good golly these look so good. I’m going to have a serious craving to make them now lol.
Mary Ann Knox says
These sound super yummy! I love just plain oyster crackers so I’m sure that I would fast become addicted to these!
Debbie Welchert says
These sound so good and would make a wonderful snack. They sound pretty easy to make too.
those look good.
Deborah D says
This look so simple and easy to make. I will make these.
Virginia L. says
Can’t wait to try this recipe!!!
Vicki F says
These sound easy and yummy! Great for a football or tailgating party!!
Tracy D. says
I pinned this because I’m always trying to find new things for my son to snack on. He gets tired of the same ‘ol thing every day, so it’s nice to mix it up every now and then.