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Baked Crackers and Cheese, recipe rewind because some things are too good to miss!

This delicious recipe is a re-post, and a wonderful snack to share with family and friends in the upcoming summer months. 

Let's revisit, shall we.......

Wow, these are so crispy and delicious! As in "I can eat more, please" good. My batch is not a pretty as these, but are just as yummy.  I am sure my friend Rocquie, is right. The cheese used will make a difference in the final results. I used shredded Colby Jack, which I think it is a drier cheese than say a medium cheddar. A drier cheese will result in the pebbly surface.   



Baked crackers and cheese
adapted from
Sage Trifle

2 sleeves saltine crackers
1/2 stick butter, melted
any salt free seasoning of your choice, or you can leave plain
8 oz cheese grated, or 2 - 3 cups grated cheese ( 3 cups of Colby-jack )

Lay the crackers in a single layer on baking sheets, brush with butter, sprinkle with seasoning.


Sprinkle with the cheese.


This is somewhat important, you want the cheese to be as even as possible for the best coverage.


Broil for a moment to melt the cheese, do not let brown. Turn oven on to 180 degrees, bake 2 hours.


I rotated the baking sheets at the one hour mark.


These would be great with soup, salad or just as a snack by themselves.

Recipe rating:  Oh Yes! (will make again)

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3 comments

  1. These would be great with chili!! Can't wait to try them!

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  2. Oh yes, I remember these. I was on a bender for a while, baking one batch after another. Couldn't be without them. Thanks for the shout out and especially thanks for the reminder of these tasty crackers. --Rocquie

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  3. This is a great snack and very retro. It would be great with a movie. Blessings, Catherine

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