A lot of people love Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Crackers because they're yummy, crispy and crunchy. There are over 21 flavors, but we're going to give a delicious new-fashioned taste to their original blockbuster, Cheddar Goldfish. This recipe is a piece of cake.

Margaret Rudkin was one of the greatest female business leaders in the 1940s. She started the company on the Fourth of July in 1947 with the Pepperidge Farm Bakery in Norwalk, Connecticut. Pepperidge Farm was named for the ancient Pepperidge tree that grew at her home in Fairfield, Connecticut.

This quick and easy four-ingredient recipe promises to turn your Goldfish into a tasty, savory snack delight with the distinct taste of Old Bay Seasoning.

Preheat the oven to 250 degrees. Melt five tablespoons unsalted butter. In a bowl, place two heaping tablespoons of Old Bay Seasoning, and two heaping tablespoons of garlic powder – a pinch of Accent seasoning, is optional.

Mix all these together and pour over 1-6.6 bag of Goldfish. Mix with hand until they are fully coated.

Pour Goldfish on a pan with parchment paper and spread them so they are not touching. Bake them until the the Goldfish are dried throughout, which takes between 20-40 minutes.

Let them cool completely before you go crazy over their taste.

We're keeping it simple with a recipe you can also try on potato chips or French fries.

Old Bay Seasoning, a blend of 18 spices, named after the Old Bay passenger ship line that plowed through the waters from Baltimore, Maryland to Norfolk, Virginia and it sounds like a perfect snack for the historic seaport of New Bedford.

Be sure to leave me a word about whether you enjoyed your Old Bay Goldfish.

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