If you’re looking for delicious stuffed mushroom recipes, you’ve come to the right place.
Whether you’re in the mood for something with seafood, spice, and heat, or a vegetarian-friendly option, there’s a recipe here for you.
The great thing about stuffed mushrooms is that you won’t even really need a recipe to make something scrumptious.
Mushrooms are mild, so think of ingredients that taste good together and find a way to fit them inside a mushroom.
If you can do that, then you’re all set! No recipe needed.
If you do need an idea of where to start, though, I have you covered with these delicious stuffed mushroom recipes.
Mouth-Watering Stuffed Mushrooms
Jalapeno poppers are already tasty little treats all on their own.
But when you stuff everything you’d add to a jalapeno popper into a mushroom, they’ll taste even better.
They’ll still have all the heat, spice, cheese, bacon, and herbs as an actual jalapeno popper, but each one is the perfect size for a single mouthful.
These are incredibly addictive, though, so be sure you don’t go overboard when you’re popping them in your mouth two at a time.
If you glanced at these lasagna stuffed mushrooms and thought they were miniature pizzas or pizza rolls, don’t feel bad.
They do look a lot like both of those things.
Honestly, they taste a bit like them, too. (That’s because of the marinara, mozzarella, and parmesan.)
Here’s another great option for Italian food lovers, and these require far fewer ingredients.
All you’ll need are mushrooms, olive oil, onions, garlic, cannellini beans, dry white wine, tomato passata, fresh basil, zucchini, and mozzarella.
In a way, these are pretty similar to the lasagna ones above, but that one is more like the traditional lasagna. This one is more of a veggie-packed variety.
Still, if you love Italian food and are also a vegetarian (or just really like veggies), these might be more your style.
These cheesy, garlicky bacon stuffed mushrooms are what most people picture when they hear the phrase “stuffed mushrooms.”
Although there are tons of other options, this one is probably the most common. Maybe it’s just because we all love bacon so much.
Whatever the reason, these are always a hit at any dinner or get-together, and they aren’t all that hard to make either.
They’ll use only 10 ingredients and take just 40 minutes per batch.
If you’re looking for simple, standard stuffed mushrooms but need a vegetarian-friendly option, leave out the bacon and make these easy cheese stuffed mushrooms instead.
They, too, require 10 ingredients, but you can have them ready in just 25 minutes instead of 40, and there’s no meat involved – just butter, breadcrumbs, onions, garlic, cheese, and other herbs.
Pro Tip: Don’t be afraid to go a little crazy with the cheeses. You can’t go wrong there. Whatever cheese you like best, use it.
I love herbs and cheese, which is probably why these stuffed mushrooms are some of my all-time favorites.
They’re so tender and buttery, and the wealth of herbs – thyme, oregano, chili flakes, garlic, etc. – come through in every single bite.
You’ll also use three different cheeses – parmesan, ricotta, and cream cheese – to make them overwhelmingly cheesy.
Honestly, every single bite is like a tiny taste of Heaven on your tongue.
I don’t know if it’s more about the taste or texture, but something about mushrooms and seafood just goes well together.
Perhaps that’s why these crab dip stuffed mushrooms are so good. Whatever the reason, they certainly are.
The mushrooms are tender but not rubbery, and the tasty topping is on point.
There are plenty of herbs and seasonings and a generous amount of cheese in each one. If you enjoy crab dip, then you’ll love them.
That’s exactly what they are – a less messy way to eat crab dip.
If you’re looking for something with a bit more tang, these onion and goat cheese stuffed mushrooms could be perfect for you.
According to the original author of the recipe, this one is based on the idea of an onion and goat cheese tart.
That’s basically what it is, only in a portobello mushroom instead of crust.
The buttery breadcrumb topping is just as good on these as any other mushroom, but the goat cheese gives them an entirely different flavor profile.
Do you like creamy, cheesy spinach dip? If so, then you’ll also appreciate these creamy, cheesy spinach stuffed mushrooms.
It takes less than half an hour to make a dozen of these decadent little bites, and they are the cheesiest, earthiest things you’ll ever try.
They don’t taste precisely like spinach-artichoke dip, but that’s probably the closest comparison I can make that most people would understand.
Just try them. You’ll be happy you did.
Although you can easily make several stuffed mushroom recipes on this list “low-carb” simply by leaving out the breadcrumbs or a few other ingredients, these are low-carb with no adjustments.
You can make them following the recipe exactly as it’s written, and you’ll still have a low-carb and keto-friendly snack to enjoy (only one total carb per mushroom).
And in case you’re wondering, no, you won’t be sacrificing anything in taste.
You’ll make these with white mushrooms, olive oil, feta cheese, kalamata olives, sun-dried tomatoes, garlic, salt, pepper, and parsley.
They’ll taste like something straight from a Mediterranean cafe.
They’re simply delightful, and you won’t be able to get enough of them.
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