At my office we have a friend who brings in this amazing crab dip recipe at least once a month. It’s a big event for us. He let’s everyone know the day before. I appreciate that, because that way I can bring in my gluten free crackers!
After my first few times experiencing this crab dip and having out of body experiences… I asked him for the recipe. He said no…
As I walked away, tail between my legs and belly full of this crab dip, my boss called me over with a secret. She had a copy of the recipe and she was going to share it with me.
So that is how I got this recipe. I’m pretty sure my work colleague was joking when he said no and is aware by now that our boss gave me the recipe, but it’s simply too good not to share with the world!
This Crab Dip Recipe is Best Served Hot
This is really a simple and easy crab dip recipe to make. I’ll let the recipe card below explain in detail, but just keep in mind I eat this by the bowl with only a spoon at times. It is THAT good!
Gluten Free Worcestershire Sauce
Besides not being able to pronounce the word Worcestershire, there have been folks that said they have had a hard time finding gluten free Worcestershire sauce and have asked if its gluten free.
There are a few brands that make gluten free Worcestershire sauce. They all seem to taste the same to me, but French’s is probably the biggest known name you will find in most stores.
Either way, just read the label when you are purchasing it. This can easily get overlooked if you are not careful!
Old Bay Seasoning preference
A lot of the flavor in the crab dip recipe comes from the Old Bay. If you know anything about crab, you probably guessed that. Old Bay is gluten free!
The key here is to add the Old Bay to taste. I love the flavor of Old Bay, so I typically add more than this actual recipe suggests.
I recommend you add a little at a time to your liking!
Let me know how you like this crab dip recipe!
I really want to know what you think! Did you eat this by the spoonful out of the bowl like me? I would love to see your pictures and comments below! or shoot me an email!
Crab Dip Recipe
- 16 oz lump crab meat
- 8 oz cream cheese
- 1/2 cup Mayo
- 3/4 cup parmesan cheese
- 2 tbsp minced green onion
- 1 tbsp garlic wet or fresh pressed
- 2 tsp GF worcestershire sauce
- 2 tsp lemon juice
- 2 tsp Old Bay seasoning Add to taste
- 1 tsp hot sauce Texas Pete
Add everything but crab in a bowl and mix thoroughly
Add crab meat to mixture and fold until evenly combined.
Pour in a baking dish and bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes or until slightly golden brown on top.
Broil for 3 minutes on low to brown the top, but keep in mind it will burn quick, so keep an eye on it!
Final step: Crush this crab dip!