What's the perfect filling for stuffed mushrooms? Anything savory! From crab to sausage to vegetables and cheese, these recipes elevate stuffed mushrooms with an array of world-class flavors.
Serve these stuffed mushrooms whole as a sit-down appetizer with a knife and fork or cut them into quarters for a finger food.
Chow down on these tasty little bites. Each appetizer contains only 13 calories.
A simple stuffing and cheese topping are all you need to fill these savory mushroom appetizers.
Feta cheese and tomatoes flavor the bread crumb filling in these tasty stuffed mushrooms.
Perk up any appetizer buffet or antipasto tray with these tempting mushrooms brimming with broccoli, feta cheese, garlic, and oregano.
For warm from the oven appetizers, stuff marinated mushroom caps with crab meat, bake, and serve immediately.
This five-ingredient recipe comes from the bacon pros at Nueskes meats in Wisconsin.
Whole grain bulgur gives these stuffed mushroom appetizers enough fiber to hold you (and your guests) over until dinner.
Take your pick from these versions of stuffed mushrooms. Use prosciutto, feta cheese, or pesto to change the flavors.
The stuffing for these giant mushroom appetizers looks and tastes like crab cakes. Budget-minded cooks can use imitation crab.
Whole grain farro and plenty of vegetables ensure that this vegetarian recipe will keep you feeling satisfied for hours.
Stuffed mushrooms go Italian with these tasty morsels. The bite-size appetizers, bursting with proscuitto, dried tomtoes, Parmesan, and oregano, make a delightful start to a pasta dinner.
Put your food processor to work when making these tasty appetizers. Whirl the spinach, cheese, eggs, and seasoning until the eggs are beaten and the cheese is chopped.
Mushroom caps are easy to pick up as appetizer finger foods. These, stuffed with artichokes, cheese, prosciutto, and garlic, can be made ahead then reheated.