//Crowd Pleasin’ Crab Dip ~ The Southern Scoop’s Recipe of the Month

Crowd Pleasin’ Crab Dip ~ The Southern Scoop’s Recipe of the Month

Crowd Pleasin’ Crab Dip ~ The Southern Scoop’s Recipe of the Month

Baked crab dip, served with celery sticks and crackers

Baked crab dip, served with celery sticks and water crackers!

Crowd Pleasin’ Crab Dip ~ The Southern Scoop’s Recipe of the Month – This recipe contains shellfish, a known food allergen and as such is not intended for those sensitive/allergic to shellfish.

It’s almost that time of year again! NCAA College Football and the NFL bring in the school year, the holidays, and all sorts of other things we love about American culture. In tandem comes our love for delicious foods that are easy to prepare and just as easy to finish. Whether it’s buffalo chicken dip (Don’t worry, that recipe will come in the future!), our West Indies Crab Salad, or this month’s Crowd Pleasin’ Crab Dip…these foods all go perfectly with friends, family, and a football game!

What you’ll need for your Crowd Pleasin’ Crab Dip

**Your favorite crab meat can be purchased from the World Famous Joe Patti’s Seafood Market in Pensacola, Florida; Sexton’s Seafood Market in Destin, Florida; the Gulf Shores Steamer in Gulf Shores, Alabama; and many more local restaurants and seafood markets. Where you purchase them is up to you; however, for this recipe, we will be using lump crab meat.

Lump crab meat, also an ingredient in our West Indies Crab salad!

Lump crab meat, also an ingredient in our West Indies Crab salad recipe!

~16 oz. of lump crab meat

Water crackers, simply water and flour, nothing extra.

Water crackers, simply water and flour, nothing extra.

~Old Bay Seasoning

~2 cups of sour cream

~1 package of softened cream cheese (simply whip)

~2 cups of shredded sharp cheddar cheese

~4 green onions, thinly sliced

~Your favorite water crackers!

Cooking items you’ll need

~Large mixing bowl

~Cutting board and knife

~Medium to large cooking pot

Preparation

~Mix through the lump crab meat and ensure there aren’t any pieces of cartilage or shells remaining in the mixture

~Thoroughly mix the cream cheese, sour cream, lump crab, 1 1/2 cups sharp cheddar cheese, 3/4 of the green onion, and two teaspoons of Old Bay in the large mixing bowl

~Once well-mixed, place the dip in your cooking pot and cover with a thin layer of the cheddar cheese. Lightly garnish with the remainder of the green onion

~Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 35-45 minutes, or until heated throughout

~Let cool and enjoy with your favorite water crackers!

 

We hope you like our Crowd Pleasin’ Crab Dip ~ The Southern Scoop’s Recipe of the Month. If you haven’t seen our other recipes make sure you check the Gulf Coast blog! Since we’ve got you covered from Panama City, Florida to Gulf Shores and Fort Morgan Alabama, make sure to browse on over to our events page to find out about what’s happening in your vacation area! Thank you for being a part of the Southern family, and we’ll see you next month with another delicious quick recipe!

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