Crock Pot Crab Legs - Yes, you can make Crab Legs in your Crock Pot!  It’s actually very simple and once you make them you probably won’t ever order crab legs at a restaurant again.  I buy crab legs when they are on sale at my local grocer and it’s always a nice surprise for the family.  (I don’t think they know how easy they really are to make!)

Crock Pot Crab Legs - Yes, you can make Crab Legs in your Crock Pot! It’s actually very simple and once you make them you probably won’t ever order crab legs at a restaurant again. I buy crab legs when they are on sale at my local grocer and it’s always a nice surprise for the family. (I don’t think they know how easy they really are to make!)

Tis Cajun Crab & Shrimp Boil! cost me about $100 shopping at Whole Foods and buying Alaskan King Crab legs for $15 a pound on sale, but it was worth it. I would recommend reducing the amount of edible ingredients to just what each person will eat instead of weighing it all out to a certain amount. Absolutely delicious though! I made a garlic butter reduction sauce to dip the crab meat in as well.

Cajun Crab & Shrimp Boil!

Tis Cajun Crab & Shrimp Boil! cost me about $100 shopping at Whole Foods and buying Alaskan King Crab legs for $15 a pound on sale, but it was worth it. I would recommend reducing the amount of edible ingredients to just what each person will eat instead of weighing it all out to a certain amount. Absolutely delicious though! I made a garlic butter reduction sauce to dip the crab meat in as well.

There is almost nothing better than spicy garlic crabs. I've used dungenous crab legs, blue crabs, alaskan king crab legs, etc.  Winn Dixie had a sale on stone crab legs $3.99 a lb.  I couldn't resist getting tons of them,  I hope that you like these...Happy Cookibg sw:)

Shell Lickin' Spicy Garlic Crabs

There is almost nothing better than spicy garlic crabs. I've used dungenous crab legs, blue crabs, alaskan king crab legs, etc. Winn Dixie had a sale on stone crab legs $3.99 a lb. I couldn't resist getting tons of them, I hope that you like these...Happy Cookibg sw:)

I ended up getting some snow crab legs on sale at the market. I wanted something a little different from plain steamed, boiled, or grilled crab legs, so I ended up throwing a few things together to make this awesome crab leg dish. Enjoy! This would be great with shrimp as well.

I ended up getting some snow crab legs on sale at the market. I wanted something a little different from plain steamed, boiled, or grilled crab legs, so I ended up throwing a few things together to make this awesome crab leg dish. Enjoy! This would be great with shrimp as well.

Boiled Snow Crab Legs with Old Bay Seasoning Recipe: Step 4

Boiled Snow Crab Legs with Old Bay Seasoning

I ended up getting some snow crab legs on sale at the market. I wanted something a little different from plain steamed, boiled, or grilled crab legs, so I ended up throwing a few things together to make this awesome crab leg dish. Enjoy! This would be great with shrimp as well.

I ended up getting some snow crab legs on sale at the market. I wanted something a little different from plain steamed, boiled, or grilled crab legs, so I ended up throwing a few things together to make this awesome crab leg dish. Enjoy! This would be great with shrimp as well.

I ended up getting some snow crab legs on sale at the market. I wanted something a little different from plain steamed, boiled, or grilled crab legs, so I ended up throwing a few things together to make this awesome crab leg dish. Enjoy! This would be great with shrimp as well.

I ended up getting some snow crab legs on sale at the market. I wanted something a little different from plain steamed, boiled, or grilled crab legs, so I ended up throwing a few things together to make this awesome crab leg dish. Enjoy! This would be great with shrimp as well.

Tis Cajun Crab & Shrimp Boil! cost me about $100 shopping at Whole Foods and buying Alaskan King Crab legs for $15 a pound on sale, but it was worth it. I would recommend reducing the amount of edible ingredients to just what each person will eat instead of weighing it all out to a certain amount. Absolutely delicious though! I made a garlic butter reduction sauce to dip the crab meat in as well.

Cajun Crab & Shrimp Boil!

Tis Cajun Crab & Shrimp Boil! cost me about $100 shopping at Whole Foods and buying Alaskan King Crab legs for $15 a pound on sale, but it was worth it. I would recommend reducing the amount of edible ingredients to just what each person will eat instead of weighing it all out to a certain amount. Absolutely delicious though! I made a garlic butter reduction sauce to dip the crab meat in as well.

I don’t have to have my arm twisted to make and eat crab legs. Ever. I love them. So whenever wild-caught Alaskan king crab is on sale, I grab some legs and claws. Anita’s not such a big fan of crab (well, she is a fan of the crab meat, it’s the sight of the crab appendages that doesn’t appeal to her), so I saved these crab legs made on the Char-Broil Big Easy for my own mid-week lunch.

I don’t have to have my arm twisted to make and eat crab legs. Ever. I love them. So whenever wild-caught Alaskan king crab is on sale, I grab some legs and claws. Anita’s not such a big fan of crab (well, she is a fan of the crab meat, it’s the sight of the crab appendages that doesn’t appeal to her), so I saved these crab legs made on the Char-Broil Big Easy for my own mid-week lunch.

I ended up getting some snow crab legs on sale at the market. I wanted something a little different from plain steamed, boiled, or grilled crab legs, so I ended up throwing a few things together to make this awesome crab leg dish. Enjoy! This would be great with shrimp as well.

I ended up getting some snow crab legs on sale at the market. I wanted something a little different from plain steamed, boiled, or grilled crab legs, so I ended up throwing a few things together to make this awesome crab leg dish. Enjoy! This would be great with shrimp as well.

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