Shrimp & Cheese Appetizers

"Quick easy and attractive "do Ahead" appetizer They freeze well Instead of the English muffins I use 8 slices of Whole wheat bread, sandwich loaf, crusts removed. Then flatten the slices with a rolling pin, put the slices on a cookie sheet and toast one side of the bread under the broiler. Then turn the bread over and spread the mixture on each slice. Cut the slices into 3 pieces each. If you want to use the English muffin but want them a bit thinner use 3 muffins and cut them into 3 pieces each"
 
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photo by Bergy photo by Bergy
Ready In:
15mins
Ingredients:
8
Yields:
48 appetizers
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ingredients

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directions

  • Beat together the cheese, butter, mayo, lemon juice, cayenne,& onion powder.
  • Beat until smooth then add shrimp and mix until they are evenly spread.
  • Spread on the 8 muffin halves.
  • You may now freeze them well wrapped or continue to broil them.
  • Broil until lightly browned & bubbly.
  • Cut each muffin half into 6 pieces & serve.
  • If you have frozen them defrost for 1/2 hour then under broiler apprs 8" from heat for 10-15 minutes.

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Reviews

  1. riffraff
    Very good. Easy to make once I remembered to take the butter out to soften. When I made it with english muffins, I toasted them first so as to give them more crunch. Thanks, great recipe.
     
  2. Loves2Teach
    my mom made these for a party- i could not stop eating them.... she toasted the english muffins first- which gave them some crunch. yummmmmmmmm these are easy and tasty!
     
  3. Aroostook
    In a word ...YUM!! =) These are excellent little goodies and sooo easy to put together. Will be making these again for the holidays!! Thanks for posting.
     
  4. glitter
    Bergy, these are wonderful! The plus is that you can freeze them for those busy holidays or large party affairs. Easy to make and a taste that everyone enjoyed. Thanks as usual gliter!!
     
  5. Derf2440
    Very tastey, well received appy, I couln't get them out quick enough! Easily make, good clear instructions and lots of taste, the Imperial cheese is nice and sharp and melts nicely. I'll be making these again, especially when looking for a quick and tastey appy, thanks for sharing a keeper!!
     
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