Isn’t it more satisfying to hammer a sleeve of Ritz with a meat tenderizer or wiggle your butt while sitting on a box of Ritz to crush them? Maybe that’s just me. (Spotted by John R at Hannaford.)
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7 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Ritz Original and Garlic Butter Seasoned Coating Mixes”
I think it would be easier if you do it at home. I mean it just ground up ritz crackers which you can easily do with a food processor or even a ziploc bag grinding up to a fine powder.
How lazy are people? This country is doomed.
Yeah, they sell bread, graham cracker and Oreo crumbs too. And pre cut vegetables. Convenience sells!
Well I do not think they sell Garlic Butter Ritz.
They do sell them. We buy them often. They’re delicious!
Since fudge covered Ritz crackers are a thing, I wonder if fudge covered seasoned coating mix can be far behind. Perhaps it could be used to coat homemade soft pretzels?
I’m interested to use these on a batch of funeral potatoes, but I’d likely just go back to smashing them by hand.
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