Giant Alaskan Snow Crab Legs - 2 x 12 oz - 14 oz Clusters
- Responsibly Sourced in Canada and Alaska
- Fully Cooked and Flash Frozen
- Thaw and Serve
- Sweet Taste With a Delicate Texture
Supplied by: King Crab Legs Co.
- Buy 4 for $72.99 each and save 5%
- Buy 6 for $65.99 each and save 14%
Order 12-14 oz. Alaskan Snow Crab Leg Clusters
Snow Crab Leg Clusters arrive at your doorstep with legs attached to the shoulders of the crab, meaning you get even more sweet meat from these delectable crabs. “Cousins” to Alaskan red king crabs, snow crabs have pronounced differences. Snow crab legs aren’t as thick, but are generally longer, meaning there’s still plenty of meat in these crab leg clusters for a family dinner night or backyard cookout.
Snow crab meat shreds more easily than that of the Alaskan king crab, which makes it an ideal choice if you want to add it to some of your favorite recipes, like crab mac & cheese, or mix it with mayo for a classic crab roll. Of course, you can also just whip up some side dishes and serve your crabmeat with butter or tangy cocktail sauce for a traditional New England delight.
Responsibly Harvested Alaskan Snow Crab Meat
The sustainability of seafood products is an issue deeply connected to Maine Lobster Now, fishing communities in Maine, and coastal communities all across the world. In order to offer you snow crab meat today and in the future, we work only with fisheries that follow all local, federal, and international rules and regulations to responsibly harvest snow crab to ensure continued access to these crustaceans for future generations.
Unmatched Quality and Freshness
Maine Lobster Now sources crabmeat to be the freshest, tastiest it can be for our customers. Caught north of Nova Scotia in Canada and off the coast of Alaska in the Bering Sea, snow crabs are immediately cooked and flash-frozen when brought into the docks. It’s impossible to experience fresher snow crab unless you take a boat out on the water and catch it yourself (which we don’t recommend).
Some legs may break in transit and are not eligible for a refund.
Maine Lobster Now is proud to responsibly source our crab products from regions all over the world. Our snow crab is responsibly and ethically sourced from Canada in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, as well as the Bering Sea off of the Alaskan coast. Sourcing snow crabs from natural habitats allows them to be wild-caught in a manner that does not adversely affect their population or the surrounding ecosystem.
What’s a Serving Size for Snow Crab Leg Clusters?
When you order Snow Crab Leg Clusters, please note the weight includes both the hard exoskeleton and the meat inside. On average, a snow crab yields about 50% meat to 50% shell. So each snow crab leg cluster provides 6-7 oz. of meat, more than the recommended serving size of 5 oz.
Our snow crab leg clusters give you more meat for the money. You get a full serving and still maybe have some for leftovers, which you can use to make your own crab cakes. You can also add classic seafood side dishes to your crab order. We offer all the necessary kitchen supplies, like lemon, butter, and cocktail sauce, and delicious sides like corn on the cob to pair with your crab legs. And really bring all the flavors of Maine home by adding Maine Pie Co’s Blueberry Pie for dessert.
Nutritional Benefits of Snow Crab Meat
Crabmeat is a high-protein meat source that comes packed with vitamins and minerals. Like other shellfish and seafood we sell, crab could be added to the growing list of “superfoods” health experts recommend.
Crabmeat offers a whopping 16 grams of protein per 3 oz. serving. Crabmeat also contains vitamins B12 and C, and the antioxidants zinc and selenium. Zinc helps support bone mass and immune function, while selenium aids in preventing cellular damage. And there’s more. Crabmeat is also rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which help lower inflammation and can reduce the risk of heart disease.
We ship out orders Monday - Friday for next-day delivery on Tuesday - Saturday, as long as the order is placed by 2PM ET. You may also schedule your seafood delivery ahead of time by choosing your desired date at checkout. Not all towns have Saturday delivery, so if you are interested in Saturday delivery, please contact our Customer Service Team by email or phone with your zip code so we can check availability. All orders scheduled to be delivered on Saturday are subject to an additional delivery fee.
All frozen packages are sealed in a reusable box with dry ice, while our fresh packages are packed with gel packs. Packages containing both frozen and fresh products will be packed with gel packs. Dry ice is not harmful to your food as CO2 is found naturally in the air we breathe, however, it can be so cold that it can burn your skin if you touch it with your bare hands. Please wear gloves when handling dry ice.
Shipping exceptions include holidays, the eve of a holiday or inclement weather. Our Customer Service Team will inform you via phone call or email if there are any issues with shipping your order out as promptly as possible.
Once you receive your package, you should open your package and make sure all your items arrived safely. If you have any issues with your products you must notify our Customer Service Team with photos of any issues via email the day your package arrives. For further questions, you can refer to our shipping policy here.
Simple Instructions for Storing and Thawing Snow Crab
We’ll help you maintain your snow crab at the highest quality possible.
- Keep frozen at or below 0℉.
- Thaw under refrigeration at or below 38℉.
- For quick thawing, place frozen package in cool water for 20 to 30 minutes until contents are flexible.
- Once thawed, immediately use or refrigerate.
- Do not allow food to warm above 38℉ prior to cooking.
Preparing Snow Crab Is Easy
We’re here to help perfectly cook your snow crab leg clusters, even if this is your first time ordering them.
Snow Crab Leg Clusters are already fully cooked by professional fishermen as soon as they are landed at the dock. Once thawed, you can eat the crab meat straight out of the leg and body portion.
Heating snow crab is easy and fast. To boil:
- Fill a large pot with water. Bring to boil.
- Add snow crab leg clusters. Turn heat down to medium.
- Boil for 4 minutes. If boiling more than 15 legs, cook for 8 minutes.
- Remove crab from pot. Run under cold water to stop them from cooking further. Overheating or overcooking can ruin meat’s flavor and texture. Plate and enjoy!
You can also steam, grill, or bake snow crab leg clusters.