Crab Feast

July 20, 2009 at 11:51 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments

Now that I am officially a northern Virginia resident, which I hope is as close to the M-D line as I ever get, I have experienced my first “Crab Feast.”  It was very good, I’d do it again.   Especially now that I have a crab shaped cookie cutter!  Here was my “Crab Feast” contribution.  Y’all know how I love a good theme!

Here are the crab cookies, baked and ready to be filled with royal icing.  I used a recipe called “No Fail Sugar Cookies” which you can find easily on the Internet.

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And here are the little guys, filled with royal icing and topped with sugar eyes.

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The final product, next to some Key Lime Cupcakes topped with white chocolate crabs.  I have no life, I know!

Crab feast 2009 390I’ll post the recipe for those cupcakes one of these days because they were really good – just a basic vanilla cupcake, plus 1/2 cup of key lime juice and a 3oz. pack of lime gelatin?  Perfect!

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  1. Hi! I love your crab cookies. They are so cute. Did you mention that you are located near Northern Virginia? Do you do weddings? I am looking for some crab cookies for my wedding in Annapolis, Maryland. I would love to find out some more information. I live in Arlington, VA and my fiance lives in Alexandria, VA. My email is snj922@gmail.com. We are getting married on September 22, 2012. 🙂

  2. […] I have mentioned the basic recipes for great sugar cookies before in the “Crab Feast” cookies and the “Wedding Cake” cookies, I strongly recommended using the re-cutting method […]


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