Posted: 3/17/2012 1:03:29 PM
Made this a year ago for a party has been a constant request since! Very easy and everyone seems to enjoy! Can be a little pricey to make but worth it!
Posted: 2/8/2011 8:31:08 AM
It was very good - made for super bowl party and brought the leftovers to work and they did not last long at all!!
Posted: 1/7/2011 7:34:12 AM
This recipe is fantastic! It was so easy to make too. I mixed the pineapple topping in with the cream cheese mixture so the sweetness of the pineapple was more evenly blended. I will definitely make this again!
Posted: 1/1/2011 6:21:36 PM
Great recipe. We couldn't get the pineapple ice cream topping, so just used crushed pineapple. Also used shreadded Colby Jack cheese and it was great. Almost better after sitting for awhile. Will definitely make again. Tastes like crab rangoon from the Chinese restaurant.
barb from ohio said:
Posted: 12/23/2009 7:18:41 PM
this was awesome..... was gobbled up before I could put on the ordurve table and return!!
barb from ohio said:
Posted: 8/12/2009 5:01:39 PM
This appetizer was delicious gone in seconds when I first served it, I would next time add a bit more mayo and pineapple topping
Posted: 5/31/2009 11:31:02 AM
creative, imaginative, uses common ingrediants to be found in most pantrys and a taste most people will enjoy.
relatively inexpensive and a great family and company dish.
Posted: 8/11/2008 4:57:48 PM
i had made this for a hawaiian themed party and they came out wonderful.. there were no complaints at all.. i would make this recipe again in a heartbeat
Posted: 6/10/2008 12:17:16 PM
I was inspired by the previous comment to make this as an addition to my appetizers for my husband's 60th birthday bash. I pre-made the filling and transported the other ingredients to the party. I forgot the printed recipe, so guessed a little as far as baking it, I didn't remember to pre-bake the crust, or to cool it before cutting (I did 2 inch squares with a pizza cutter). Also, I set the oven to 375 instead of 400 and baked it about 20 minutes. It came out fabulous and disappeared as fast as I could cut it and place it on the platter! I did put in a little extra crab as I had a 16 oz. can from Costco, and I used the rest to make mini crab cakes the next day. I used a four cheese Mexican blend and here's a tip for the chinese mustard: always ask for the hot mustard packets at Panda Express and keep extra around for certain recipes. Another thing, I had fresh pineapple on hand, so just microwaved it 10 - 12 minutes after whirling it in the food processor, adding some sugar, lime juice, and zest.
This recipe is just wonderful, you could really taste all the flavors as I managed to grab one piece before they were all gone! Oh and also, the other appetizers were: mini pigs in blankets (using Pillsbury crescents of course), vegetable and fruit crudite, and deviled eggs. Everyone made such nice comments and especially raved about the tropical crab rangoon....give it a try.
Posted: 4/3/2008 2:15:37 PM
My husband loves crab ragoon. We tried this a couple weeks ago and no he has requested it for his birthday.