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Thursday, May 29, 2008

Easy Yummy Croutons



Easy Yummy Croutons

Ingredients:

*2 12 ounce packages of your favorite oyster crackers
*1 cup Canola oil
*1 tsp lemon pepper
*1 tsp garlic powder
*1 ½ tsp dill weed
*1 package of either dry ranch dressing or Italian seasoning

Method:

Heat oven to 250°



Place oyster crackers in a large bowl and stir in Canola oil until well coated; pour into a large roasting pan. Mix all seasonings until well combined then sprinkle over the top of the oil-coated oyster crackers. Bake at 250° for 1 hour stirring every 15 minutes. Allow to cool, place in air-tight container to enjoy with soups or by the handfuls.



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Gosh! I am getting lazy resorting to two recipes in one week.

Today, I am visiting a certified, professional job coach. Hope that she has some excellent advice for me because I surely need it.

Have a great day, everyone!

18 comments:

  1. Good morning, buddy! And good luck with your job coach! What are you looking for exactly?

    I'm going to try your crouton recipe. It sounds very tasty - we love stuff like that that you can munch on. I bet it's addicting!
    Have a good one - Vickie

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  2. Those sound yummy!!

    I hope you learn something new today...
    Hugs,
    Robin

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  3. Vickie, if I knew what I was looking for "exactly" I wouldn't have to visit the coach! ;D

    Yes, addicting is a good word for them.

    Robin, thanks...something new is what I need to learn for sure.

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  4. Oh Vee...I love these things...when the kids were home, we made these each Christmas and packaged them for little neighborly gifts...

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  5. You are making me hungry girl! Those rhubarb squares look so good.
    Don't you wish we could sit down and have a cup of coffee and chat over one of those?
    How are you adjusting to your new do? Was it a hit over the weekend?

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  6. Lazy...no way! That looks like my kind of snack.

    Hope your coaching session is beneficial!

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  7. Hi Vee!

    I just got back from our trip to Ireland! We had a wonderful time!
    I missed reading your blog and all my other favorites.

    Good luck with the job coach! I hoipe she will be helpful!

    Hugs, Pat

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  8. What a great idea!!! I bet these taste amazing in a salad! I'll have to try this....you made me laugh out loud again Vee *thud* :) Good luck with the coaching!! xxoo, Dawn

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  9. Oyster crackers... bet they contain a form of lactose.

    Ranch dressing... lactose.

    Not for the Lactose Intolerant.

    I'm sure they are yummy but.. I'm finally losing weight, with my Lactose Intolerance! :-)))

    A certified, professional job coach! WooT! That sounds heavy! Good luck with it.

    Mari-Nanci
    Smilnsigh

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  10. Good luck with the job coach. Hope you find the perfect job.

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  11. Yep, I see myself eating these by the handful. Hold the lettuce, just pass the croutons!

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  12. They have people for that? Wow, I learned something new today. What does a job coach do? Are you going to teach? Am I being too nosy?

    The recipe sounds delicious and easy, a must try!

    Best of luck on the job hunt!

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  13. Vee, I love recipe ideas that are brand new to me. I had never thought of making croutons with oyster crackers. . I'll be putting them on my grocery list. The recipe looks wonderful.

    Good luck with the coach.

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  14. Vee, we can never have enough recipes can we? even if we try them only once, this looks like a good snack to me :).

    Job coach??, I think you could probably teach her a thing or two!

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  15. This is a recipe I have been looking for. Thanks for the post! My guys are going to love me this weekend when I get this ready for their 'munchies'.

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  16. Those sound good! I bet my kids would enjoy making- and eating- them.

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  17. I have made those and I really like them especially in the winter when I am making lots of soups and stews....Mary

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