This was super easy, and tasted wonderful. I LOVE the fact that you can them make up, and then stash them in the freezer for later use. Really great little appetizers.
These were a hit and easy to make. They froze and reheated very well, a bonus in my book!
Very nice, easy and quick. I did add some scallions for a little green, but made as is. Just a light lunch for me with a cup of soup. But a party food, game night, would be perfect. Old classic back again, I for one really enjoyed them. I often have soup and sandwich and I had a friend stop over and we had these, soup and some fruit for dessert which made the perfect light dinner. Thx for sharing! Will definitely make them again.
Fast and tasty. Had this at a Christmas gathering then came here to look for the recipe. Will definitely make for Super Bowl Sunday as it's so easy but impressive.
Really good and easy! My husband loved them and so did I! I refrigerated the left over spread and used it over the next day or two...very yummy! Next time I will not use so much butter....I think that is "old school"...and I will fold in the crab meat at the end because I like the crab to be a bit chunky. Overall....I give it an A++!
We have enjoyed this recipe for years. Now I have Celiac and cannot use english muffins. So I substitue Whole Foods sandwich bread or use Grainless Baker bread and it is still pretty good. After covering each bread slice, I quarter the bread slices and follow the recipe. Also, I still freeze some of them. I have yet to find anyone who doesn't like these appetizers.
This was great! Followed recipe pretty closely, except, being a horseradish lover, I added about a half teaspoon of it as well as a couple dashes of hot sauce. Loved it!
I love this recipe! These are a must every Christmas Eve. We call these Crab Quiche Triangles as we like to cut the English Muffins into 4 pieces (like a pie). These are always available in my freezer and sometimes, even without company I will dig a few out for a snack. 5 stars are not enough!
I have been using this recipe for years and we just love it. I use seasoned salt instead of the salt and pepper and I broil my appetizers instead of baking them. You can also freeze them before baking/broiling. Just freeze them on a baking sheet and when frozen put them in a freezer bag. Then take out when you want one.
Excellent appetizer. Note, I am not a fan of warming them in a microwave. I did freeze them as I was taking these as appetizers for a long weekend we had with friends. The first night I warmed them in the microwave, they were okay, but since I had tested them straight from the oven I knew my friends did not get a fair taste test. The next night I thawed them in the microwave, 2 minutes on 50% power, but then warmed them in the oven. Delicious.