Ritz Cracker

They’re not just for snacking—Ritz crackers go in casseroles, main courses, appetizers, side dishes and even desserts! Everybody loves Ritz, and even more when they’re in these amazing recipes.
It is finally starting to feel like spring around here. Days are getting longer, birds are chirping, sun is shining… and to top it off, I am finally back home for good after completing a 6-month work contract in a town 2 hours away. Meaning, I can see my hubby all week long (not just on weekends) and I can start hosting some get-togethers at our place. And what takes the stress out of planning and hosting the perfect party? Four quick and easy RITZ Crackers recipes. Each column on this cutting board resulted from a slightly different recipe for homemade Ritz crackers (and the board doesn’t show all of my trials). Some homemade Ritz cracker attempts used only butter, some used only vegetable oil, and some used a combination. Some were brushed with melted butter before baking, some after baking, and some partially through baking. Some homemade Ritz crackers had salt sprinkled on top and some had salt mixed into the butter (some used kosher salt and some used regular table salt). There were varieties with more baking powder and some with less. You get the idea. Yummy, Please make sure to Like and share this Recipe with your friends on Facebook and also follow us on facebook and Pinterest to get our latest Yummy Recipes. Ritz crackers are the best crackers. It’s that simple. Buttery, crunchy and salty with a hint of sweetness, they fill us with a childlike joy. With the holidays coming up, Ritz should be making appearances at all of your parties. Trust us, you’ll outshine everyone in the room if you arrive with a box of Ritz.

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