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Harvest Dill Pretzel Fish

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A twist on Colie’s Kitchen Fiesta Oyster Cracker Mix, this Harvest Dill Pretzel Fish, is super tasty and tastes care of any munchies you may have!

A twist on Colie’s Kitchen Fiesta Oyster Cracker Mix, this Harvest Dill Pretzel Mix, is super tasty and tastes care of any munchies you may have!

It’s SRC reveal day! I can’t wait to see what everyone in Group D has made this month. I know I have some tasty vittles to reveal, myself. Like these Harvest Dill Pretzel Fish from Colies Kitchen.

For those that don’t know, SRC (Secret Recipe Club) is a group of extremely talented bloggers, chefs, and food-thousiasts like myself. Once a month, we sign up to participate and once a month we’re assigned a fellow blogger in our group. Once we have found and created or re-created a recipe on the blog we are assigned, we create a post telling everyone about our assigned blogger, their blog, and the chosen recipe on our specified group reveal date. I’m not explaining it all that well. So, you’d better head on over to their website and read about it yourself. It’s awesome and I’ve found some really wonderful blogs to follow and be inspired by.

Like this one!

This is my take on Colie’s Fiesta Oyster Cracker Mix. S and I do a lot of snacking on the weekends. And, well, you’ll soon find out I’ll be stepping up the fat free foods. That post is soon to come.


Not only are S and I munchers, we were on a road trip this weekend, which calls for even more munchies. I wanted to make these crackers for our trip. But I thought, “Well, since I’ve used that Fiesta mix quite a bit lately, let’s try something else! Harvest Dill! That’s sounds yummy!!” I could easily pound a bag of oyster crackers and, well, they don’t come fat free. Granted pretzel fish aren’t, either, but they have that dryness factor that prevents me from pounding a whole bad. So, I had some fish, some mix, and had some butter spray. Don’t judge, please? I am ready to try this recipe!!

So, I combined the liquid and the mix together and then tossed them with the fish. I didn’t want to leave them on the counter. Missy has a tendency to get nosey and our kitchen is small enough as it is. So, I opted to put them in the oven and bake them until they were dried. This made them extra crispy and a little darker. I’ve been hooked on the extra dark pretzels from Utz lately. They’re so tasty! I wanted them to have that extra dark flavor, and they do!

These are so tasty! I will definitely be trying the fiesta mix next time. I really do love that flavor, but this hit the spot! It was something different for us to nibble on on our trip.

So, please make sure to head over to Colie’s Kitchen and peruse her recipes list. Also, please scroll down and check out all the tasty vittles linked up from Group D this month! I can’t wait to see who I’m paired with next month!


Harvest Dill Pretzel Fish

Harvest Dill Pretzel Fish

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 40 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes

A twist on Colie’s Kitchen Fiesta Oyster Cracker Mix, this Harvest Dill Pretzel Mix, is super tasty and tastes care of any munchies you may have!


  • 16 ounces pretzel fish
  • 1/3 cup butter spray
  • .9 ounce Harvest Dill Dip Mix


  1. Preheat oven to 300.
  2. Combine the butter spray with the dip mix in a small bowl. Place the fish in a large mixing bowl. Pour the dip mix over the fish and toss well to coat.
  3. Spread onto a baking sheet covered with aluminum foil coated with cooking spray. Bake at 300 for 30 to 40 minutes stirring occasionally until dried and crispy.
  4. Cool completely before serving.

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  1. I have never seen pretzel fish before but I will be on the lookout for them now. This recipe sounds amazing! Stopping by from Foodie Friday's to check out your fabulous post.

  2. I used to eat the dill oyster cracker snack as a kid, but I love that you used pretzel fish! They sound like a great treat. Awesome pick this month 🙂

  3. I am sure they are addictive…. I don't remember last time I had one of those crackers, I used to munch on them a lot in the past, then lost interest. I do love them, though… and this twist on flavoring I am sure makes them super special…

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