I am going to start off by saying this recipe for Crock-Pot Ranch Oyster Crackers is dangerously good!
If you are a fan of oyster crackers, ranch, and garlic you are going to want to run to the store and pick up everything you need to make these soon.
Crock Pot Ranch Oyster Crackers Recipe
Oh my goodness! I have to admit that each time I walked through the kitchen I ate an entire handful or two of these. They are so dang good!
We first shared these back in 2013! I can't believe it has been so long since we started making these.
These are so great on top of soup or salads.
They are the perfect snack for road trips, flights, or sitting at your desk. I have to only bring a bowl of them to my desk or I will end up enjoying the entire container during the day.
They are so easy to make and taste fantastic.
You can make these spicy if you would like with the addition of red pepper flakes. I have also seen the addition of lemon pepper or dried dill weed.
The great thing about these crackers is you can spice them how you love them. I like to keep mine garlic ranch so they pair great with soups and salads.
- Ziploc bag - We use these ziploc bag stand holders to keep the ziplocs upright when pouring into them.
- Crockpot - We suggest using a crockpot that has a digital timer that automatically switches the slow cooker to warm after a set amount of time. This helps make sure your dinner cooks perfectly and you don't have to stress about what time it is going to be done.
- Storage container
These are so good! The bowl of them did not last very long in the house. I can't wait to make them again and try them in this great Tomato Basil Soup.
Great Crockpot Soups
These soups would be perfect for pairing with these Ranch Oyster Crackers!
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Slow Cooker Crock Pot Ranch Oyster Crackers Recipe
- Place crackers in a ziploc bag. Add dressing mix, garlic powder, black pepper and oil. Shake to coat crackers evenly
- Pour into Crock-Pot
- Cover and cook on low for 1 hour
- Uncover and cook on low for 1 hour, stirring occasionally
Recipe first shared April 15, 2013, updated on March 11, 2020