Seasoned oyster crackers are the perfect snack to set out at your next party. You won’t be able to stop snacking on them. So good with a cold beer!
Why you’ll love this recipe
- Irresistible: Do you ever cook or bake something and then realize that you will probably be polishing off the entire batch in a very short period of time? Well, that’s the case with these seasoned oyster crackers. Coated in butter, garlic, oregano, parsley, and cheese, they are perfect snacking material. They’re irresistibly salty and flavorful.
- Perfect party snack: Oyster crackers are typically reserved for soups and chili but they contain some serious snacking potential as well. These would be the perfect party treat – set out in bowls around your house for guests to munch on while they sip a beer or a cocktail. I’d advise making far more than you think you’ll need, because they will disappear very, very quickly.
- Great on top of soup, too: Circling back to the traditional use of oyster crackers, soup and chili… these fancified oyster crackers would take your soup up a notch, and a big one. Sprinkle these onto a steaming bowl of soup and you have oyster crackers in your soup, but with 100 times more flavor.
how to make seasoned oyster crackers
- Melt butter, because butter is amazing.
- Mix butter with seasonings and a little olive oil for extra flavor.
- Toss oyster crackers with parsley and butter mixture.
- Spread onto sheet pan and sprinkle with CHEESE.
- Bake at low heat (250°F) until golden brown and irresistible (about 25 minutes).
More salty snacks!
- Homemade Cheez-Its (cheddar cheese crackers)
- Bacon guacamole appetizers
- Olive oil roasted almonds
- Air fryer chickpeas
- Bacon wrapped dates
- Preheat oven to 250℉.
- In a medium saucepan, over medium-low heat, combine butter, olive oil, garlic powder, oregano, and pepper. Heat until butter is melted.
- Meanwhile, in a large bowl, combine parsley and oyster crackers. Pour melted butter mixture over crackers and parsley. Toss to combine until crackers are fully coated with butter.
- Spread on a rimmed sheet pan, sprinkle with romano cheese and toss gently to combine. Spread them out so they are in a single layer.
- Bake for 15 minutes, stir gently (return back to a single layer) and bake for 10 more minutes or until golden brown.
- Best enjoyed immediately.
- Let cool completely before storing in an airtight container for up to 3 days, but they taste best fresh.
- Makes about 4 cups.
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