In my house, I am the cook and keeper of everything kitchen related. But a few weeks ago I broke my whole leg, so my partner has taken care of everything. He’s doing a great job keeping the pets alive and the house clean, but I wish he’d pay more attention to snack storage, because my crackers and chips have gone stale.
I don’t know why he can’t manage clip a chip bag Or transfer an open sleeve of crackers to an airtight container or freezer bag, but I suspect this is related to the inability to close drawers and cabinets. In any case, this indiscriminate This has resulted in many snack food stallings, which isn’t great, considering eating snacks is the only way I can get my kicks, figuratively or literally. Luckily, making crackers and cookies crunchy again isn’t difficult.
just turn on your oven
Crackers, Cookies and Chips Go Rancid due to moisture. The water is absorbed by the starch in the snack, leading to a soft texture and lack of crunch. Pputting them in the oven for magic they can get out moisture, restoring them to their former crunchy selves (and, if you store the snack in an airtight container, they’ll stay crunchy).
You want your oven temperature to be fairly low, in the 200℉-225℉ range, i start at the bottom end for skinny snacks Toss it for thicker foods prone to burning (like chips), and more like cookies. Place chips and crackers in a single layer on rimmed baking sheet, And place cookies and coarse crackers on a wire rack set inside a rimmed baking sheet. Place the sheet in the oven for five minutes, then stir the snacks—or flip in the case of crackers and cookies—and return to the oven., Continue heating and stirring/inverting in five-minute increments. until everyone’s nice and crunchyThen eat immediately. move what’s left (if there really is anything left) for an airtight container.