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Preheat oven to 350°F. Mix cream cheese, mayonnaise, Old Bay Seasoning and ground mustard in medium bowl until well blended. Add crabmeat; toss gently.
Spread in shallow 1 1/2-quart baking dish. Sprinkle with Cheddar cheese and additional Old Bay Seasoning, if desired.
Bake 30 minutes or until hot and bubbly. Serve with assorted crackers or sliced French bread.
I make this every year for Super Bowl. Very tasty!!
Sonya | February 01, 2015
Absolutely the best recipe! It's now a favorite for all occasions
Akiko | September 10, 2016
We are Marylanders...this is the real deal! The best!
Rick-Stephanie Turner | December 25, 2014
GREAT recipe!!!! Easy to prepare! My family LOVES it!!! Yum! ��
Vada | July 04, 2014
Easy to make and really delicious!
Ginny | December 20, 2015
love this recipe
Shirley Anderson | September 25, 2016
I have been searching for this recipe for 30 years. We had it at a friends home in Germany! Love it!
Sharon | December 26, 2013
Very good, very easy, you could easily add any extra flavor you like like a heat ingredient or spice
Leslie Parker | December 25, 2015
This was absolutely delicious! I made it on Christmas Eve and it went very quickly. What a simple recipe and it was ready in no time at all. Great to put out for parties or while watching games.
Beth | January 12, 2014
FANTASTIC AN EXCELLENT RECIPE
Concetta Barnish | November 16, 2013
I love this crab dip......i love anything with oldbay in it!! That's how we do in MD.
Robert | October 06, 2015
this is great with immatation crab too, Love this site, no popups or stupid junk like other ones have.. Just recipes really nice. I use this McCormick site more than all the others...
paige reetz | November 03, 2016
Shelby Oppermann | December 03, 2016
We love this dish down here in the Georgia low country since we have the best blue crabs around!!
willie | February 04, 2017
For some reason my review hasn't posted. I add a breadcrumb and butter sprinkle 5 minutes prior, turn heat up to 450 And get a nice crunch!
Krissi Langdon | January 22, 2017
Made this on New Year's Eve. It was a hit! Love it!
Nanette | February 24, 2017