Best Crab Dip on the Planet

I get lots of requests to bring this to dinner parties. There are many different variations but this one is my favorite. I like to use fat free cream cheese because then I don’t feel so guilty. Ideally, you SHOULD use fresh lump crab meat, but it’s a bit pricy--canned is fine. For a Mexican flare, add a ½ cup of salsa.

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  • Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  • In a large bowl, combine all ingredients.
  • Spread mixture evenly into a shallow baking dish coated with cooking spray.
  • Bake 20 minutes or until mixture starts to bubble.
  • Let stand for 5 to 10 minutes before serving.
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"I get lots of requests to bring this to dinner parties. There are many different variations but this one is my favorite. I like to use fat free cream cheese because then I don’t feel so guilty. Ideally, you SHOULD use fresh lump crab meat, but it’s a bit pricy--canned is fine. For a Mexican flare, add a ½ cup of salsa."
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  1. zackdking1
    fantastic recipe, easy to prepare and quick to disappear, only thing I did different is add 1 cup of fresh chopped spinach before cooking, WOW
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  2. Aimchick
    I get lots of requests to bring this to dinner parties. There are many different variations but this one is my favorite. I like to use fat free cream cheese because then I don’t feel so guilty. Ideally, you SHOULD use fresh lump crab meat, but it’s a bit pricy--canned is fine. For a Mexican flare, add a ½ cup of salsa.
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