Spice things up with our crawfish boil seasonings!

GoCrawfish Original Crawfish & Seafood Boil (BEST SELLER!)

GoCrawfish Original Crawfish & Seafood Boil was developed by our own authentic cajun chef David (aka "Swamp Daddy"). We have worked over the years to develop the perfect formula for your crawfish and seafood boil. The GoCrawfish Original Crawfish & Seafood Boil is a special blend of spices, making it the perfect hot'n' spicy cajun flavor. Our seasoning does not need to be mixed with any other spices or seasonings, just pour and boil. For a milder spice, we recommend using 1/2 of a bag per sack. For spicer flavor, we recommend using a full bag of seasoning per sack. 

$12.99 ea. (4.5 lb. bag)

Slap Ya Mama Cajun Seafood Boil

Slap Ya Mama Seafood Boil is a unique blend of spices that will add that great Cajun flavor to any boiled dish. Just pour in and boil. It may also be used to boil lobsters, onions, sausage, potatoes, mushrooms, corn on the cob and much more. Each 4 lb. bag will season approximately 40-50 lbs. of crawfish or shrimp, or 4-5 dozen crabs. .

$12.99 ea. (4 lb. bag)

Louisiana Crawfish, Shrimp & Crab Boil

Nothing to Mix – Just Pour and Boil. With just the right amount of the finest garlic, onion, paprika, and lemon, Louisiana Crawfish's powdered boil guarantees a perfect result every time. 

$12.99 ea. (4.5 lb. bag)

Swamp Fire Seafood Boil

Swamp Fire is the best-known seafood boil around the Baton Rouge area. This crawfish, crab, and shrimp boil is known for its slight lemon flavor with a generous heat- a must for crabs, shrimp & crawfish. It's the perfect Cajun spice mix for all of your seafood cookouts. Swamp Fire is one of the few "No MSG" crawfish boils on the market. 

$12.99 ea. (4.5 lb. bag)


Cooking Directions:

  1. Fill a large pot with enough water to cover seafood. Add your seasoning to your boil. Stir well and bring to a rolling boil.
  2. Add seafood. Return to a rolling boil. Boil seafood as indicated below.
    • Crawfish - 5 minutes
    • Shrimp - 3 minutes
    • Crabs - 15 minutes
  3. Turn fire off and let seafood soak 15-25 min. 

NOTE: The longer seafood soaks, the spicier it will be.