This recipe is my twist on a classic New Orleans spread called shrimp butter. My family loves this appetizer and I make often. I like to serve for breakfast with toast or as an appetizer with crackers. We can substitute freshly cooked shrimp for shrimp or crayfish from a can. Just reduce the amount of salt. However, with freshly cooked shrimp so much better.
This type of spread may be presented in many ways as shown below.
How to Serve Cream Cheese Shrimp Spread
It can be served on Melba toast, which is available in most grocery stores or you can make your own. You can easily make Melba toast. Just toast bread cut lengthwise and toast again. However, you can read more details and other garnish ideas for the toast on the link below.