Anita Martin wrote:(The saltines appear to contain soybean oil and cottonseed oil which I avoid)
Avoiding those oils I can understand.
In the past, I have found a lot of brands of saltine crackers that go rancid before we use them up so I only buy Nabisco Premium Cracker with Canola oil and Palm oil. Which also many people want to avoid.
A lot of the recipes also use Ritz Crackers in place of the Saltine Cracker though these probably still have oils that people want to avoid.
I found this recipe at King Arthur Baking for a soda cracker that I think is the same thing. The picture is a different cracker though the instructions say:
Cut into squares, circles, or whatever shape you'd like.
I also found this recipe on Pinterest that is a different twist for dressing up crackers:
I also found this "12 Irresistible Recipes with Saltines":
[b]Saltine Cracker Pie Crust
Saltine Cracker Pudding