Shrimpie's

Shrimpie's created by Mainely Debbie

I like to cut the english muffins in half then each half into quarters before I spread the mixture on top. I also like to flash freeze them on a cookie sheet until frozen completely and then put in a zip lock bag and then put back into the freezer so you can take out the amount you wish to use without having to cook them all at once. I broil mine from the frozen state.

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34mins
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directions

  • Mix first 5 ingredients together well.
  • Then put a good teaspoon of mixture on each english muffin quarter.
  • Broil until cheese mixture is bubbling and slightly browned on top.
  • Serve Hot.
  • Watch these disappear before your eyes as your guests devour them!
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"I like to cut the english muffins in half then each half into quarters before I spread the mixture on top. I also like to flash freeze them on a cookie sheet until frozen completely and then put in a zip lock bag and then put back into the freezer so you can take out the amount you wish to use without having to cook them all at once. I broil mine from the frozen state."
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  1. Mary P.
    A flash from the past... Maybe not the healthiest but oh boy are they good!!!
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  2. jkoch960
    Excellent! I served this at our first Ohio State football party and it was a unanimous "yes"!!
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  3. my3girlz
    These turned out really good. But I changed them to crabbies instead of shrimpies after I realized that the baby shrimp I bought were not deveined (yuck!). So I made the recipe as written except for that one substitution (used a 6oz can of crabmeat). It worked out though because I like crabmeat a lot better than shrimp anyway. I did flash freeze some of them and that worked out well too, it really is a great way to always keep these on hand if you're in need of a quick appetizer or if you just need a quick snack!
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  4. twissis
    I made these tasty & so easy-to-fix treats using Icelandic baby shrimp (not canned) & bagels since I have not seen an English muffin since arriving here 3 ½ yrs ago. I added just a bit of dried dill & esp like the idea of preparing these in bulk quantity to freeze for later use. I served them w/recipe #173745 by SusieQusie & enjoyed the combo. A very worthy 4*, so pls see my rating system & thx for posting this recipe for us.
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  5. Lilladyc
    These are awesome! Made some last night for one of the appy's for a small wedding reception. We all wanted to try one. Yummy! Excellent blend of flavors. Will definitely be making this over and over. Thanks for the reipe Debbie! Edited to add...just came back from the reception and everyone raved about these. The only empty plate left!
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