Top Rated Cracker Recipes

chia parmesan crackers
Chia seeds, one of the more low-key superfoods, help to make these crackers by Arian Foster both delicious and nutritious.This recipe is provided by Health Warrior.
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4.5
Try these tasty mac and cheese appetizers made with Ritz Crackers. Plus, they are a great way to use leftover mac and cheese.
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4.5
Turn your home into a ballpark with these tasty homemade cracker jacks. You can serve them as a sweet snack or get creative and use them as a decadent topping on brownies or in a sundae. 
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4
For a sweet treat, try these mini moon pies, which can easily be made with Ritz Crackers.
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4
Graham Cracker
This pie crust works well for custard-based pies. It’s easy to make and tastes wonderfully rich. Graham crackers are naturally low in fat, so I prefer to use the full-fat ones rather than the reduced-fat graham crackers, which have an artificial taste. — Marisa Churchill, Sweet and Skinny Click here to see the Individual S'more Tarts recipe. 
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4
Try coating your onion rings in Ritz Crackers for an easy and quick breading option.
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4
Try adding a bit of crispiness to your broccoli with Ritz Crackers. 
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4
This healthy and flavorful dish incorporates Ritz Crackers for an added crunch.
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4
Graham crackers are the embodiment of nostalgia. I'd always been happy with the ones in the red box at the supermarket — until I tried our homemade ones. The difference in texture is immediately apparent. These cookies are less flaky and crumbly than the store-bought version, and they have a great snappy crunch. We also use a high-quality cinnamon, which has a nice spicy quality.
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3.5
Forget Buffalo wings; these tangy ribs are about to become your new favorite finger food. Brush the ribs with Buffalo sauce as they cook for extra flavor.
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3
Pork Tenderloin Sandwich
For a crisp and delicious breading option, use Ritz Crackers. You likely already have them in your pantry!21 Recipes That Will Have You Cooking Like a True Midwesterner
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Spinach Quiche with Cracker Crust
This is a really easy quiche recipe that I've been making for years. The best part is the super simple crust made with cracker crumbs and butter. You can subsitute the spinach for pretty much anything, and while I love the salty sharpness of Gruyère which also melts well, you can use Cheddar or any grated cheese you'd like. Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Everyday Eggs.
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