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Cinnamon Saltine Crackers

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Cinnamon crackers recipe on Waiting on Martha

Cinnamon Crackers.  If you were ever a fan of Cinnamon Toast Crunch as a kid or remember tasting cinnamon toast when you were young, these are for you.  I was always a huge fan of cinnamon toast personally.  Fresh out of the oven, the warm, toasty bread with butter, brown sugar and cinnamon sprinkled on top was absolutely divine.  Super simple, of course.  Yet so good. 

I had albeit forgotten about cinnamon toast until recently, but I was brought instantly back as I was noshing on a bowl of buttery Saltines at our country club.  See, they serve the buttered crackers as a quick appetizer while you peruse the bar menu, and let’s just say that they’ve discovered my Kryptonite.  Once I start, I just cannot stop!  Dangerous I tell you.  And it had me thinking of how I could make them EVEN better at home. 

Butter is sure enough an easy addition to these classic crackers, and the result is downright irresistible.  But add some cinnamon and sugar and you’ve got the ultimate snack.  It would be great for holiday parties, tailgates, after school treats, lunch boxes and beyond.  Find the super easy recipe below, and tell me if you’ll be whipping up some cinnamon crackers anytime soon!  Truly, MKR

P.S. For more irresistible snack recipes, be sure to check out our Recipe Index. xo 

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Cinnamon Crackers
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Ingredients
  1. 4 sleeves of Saltine crackers
  2. 1 stick of butter, melted
  3. 3/4 cup sugar
  4. 1/2 cup cinnamon
  5. 1-2 large ziplock bags
Instructions
  1. In a small bowl mix together sugar and cinnamon, set aside.
  2. Add the saltine crackers to a large zip lock bag (if you need to split the recipe and use two zip lock bags go ahead and do so. You'll want plenty of room to mix/roll the crackers).
  3. Once crackers are in the bag(s), pour the butter over the crackers and roll the bag to coat.
  4. Once coated, add your cinnamon and sugar mixture and again roll to coat.
  5. Leave in sealed bags overnight.
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  • Cindi / 09.14.2017

    These sound so good! The above recipe just calls for sugar. But in the article it refers to brown sugar. Can you please clarify which to use? Thanks!!

  • Kat Neunaber / 09.14.2017

    Hey Cindi! Sorry about that – it’s supposed to be sugar not brown sugar. xo

  • Kimberly Sneathen / 09.21.2017

    Made these after reading your post! They are A-MAZING! Thank you for the recipe. These will be a staple in my house for a long time!!

  • Mandy Kellogg Rye / 09.23.2017

    Yay, love that!!!!

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