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Based on the other reviews, I added a clove of crushed garlic to the onions. I also cut the cream cheese in half. It was still a little bland, so next time I'll probably double the old bay.

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Kelly-Mom2Girls June 26, 2011

Sorry, but this didn't work out for me as well as I had hoped. I found it to be a little bland, and the crabmeat sort of gets "lost" in all the other ingredients.

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Ginny Sue April 09, 2010

Really good!!

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Cookin4fun August 26, 2009

This recipe was awesome! I added more crab than called for. And, instead of using fresh crab I used canned lump white crab meat. It was great!!!!!!!!!!!

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Mommy2John January 02, 2009

Excellent - to only serve a few, I halved the crab, artichoke and cream cheese and kept the seasonings the same (but doubled the Old Bay), along with adding some garlic to sautee along with the onions. Exactly what I was looking for as a hot appetizer for Xmas Eve. Thanks!

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EthelP December 24, 2008

I used two cloves of minced garlic, however it still seemed a bit bland. So I added another 5 dashes of tabasco and sprinkled approximately 3/4 teaspoon of Tony Chachere's on top before baking. I also used fresh Pecorino romano instead of parmesan. Once it was spiced up, it was a great hit and I had lots of people asking for the recipe.

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ElaineM August 22, 2006

Made this for the super ball party. Was a big hit! I did add a clove of crushed minced garlic.I would give the baking dish a spray of pam next time making this.

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Rita~ February 10, 2004
Classic crab and artichoke dip