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Mini Shrimp Cocktail Bites

Mini Shrimp Cocktail Bites recipe
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This was so goooood. I used the block cheese softened, we really enjoyed this. I will not only make it again I will email it to my sister, I know that they will enjoy this...read more
posted by
dejo0412
on 9/13/2009
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
8 servings, 2 topped crackers each
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posted:
5/11/2010
This was really good but don't make too many unless you know people will enjoy and don't make too early before your event because the cream cheese makes the crakers soggy.
posted:
9/13/2009
This was so goooood. I used the block cheese softened, we really enjoyed this. I will not only make it again I will email it to my sister, I know that they will enjoy this as well. Thanks Kraft this is a recipe worth keeping.
posted:
12/28/2008
I was asked to bring out the rest! I didn't make enough. I will be bringing it to all sorts of functions from now on.
posted:
1/13/2008
Very good!! Make sure you make them right b/4 serving because they'll get soggy. Also added fresh red onion instead of chives, and crispy chopped bacon to them. YUM!!!!
posted:
12/20/2007
These were the first to go at the Christmas party that I took them to! As an added bonus, my boss was also very impressed by the way they looked.
posted:
11/25/2007
I like to make the dip on a platter and then spread onto crackers just before serving, otherwise the crackers get soggy.
posted:
6/17/2007
These were very good and look amazing when you serve them. To Save a bit of time and money I bought a fresh prepaired shrimp cocktail from the grocery store it goes alot farther no cleaning or deveining, sauce comes with it and is less expensive. This was a huge hit. Definatly will be making these again.
posted:
3/27/2007
I made this recipe for a football party at my home and the guys LOVED them. I had to make an extra tray right away. They are delicious.
posted:
2/9/2007
I have a suggestion to modify this recipe that may eliminate the soggy cracker. While catering, we use regular blocks of cream cheese (softened) and arrange them on a serving platter. We then pour the cocktail sauce over the cream cheese (in moderation) and then spread small shrimp over the cocktail sauce. We then serve this on the buffet with the Ritz or other snack crackers. You get the crispness of the cracker and the good flaver of the cream cheese, cocktail sauce and shrimp. I have never garnished with the green onion, but it's a great idea. Snipped chives might be good also. Thanks for all the great recipes!!!
posted:
1/10/2007
I love shrimps! Any kind of food that contains shrimps is defenitively good.... I didn't care if the crackers got soggy after a couple of hours, I, along with my boyfriend enjoyed them ti'l the last one was gone.
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