Artichoke Stuffed Mushrooms
Stuffed Mushrooms are always a favorite when entertaining. These Artichoke Stuffed Mushrooms have a creamy, cheesy filling and are easy to put together for your holiday table.
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With the holidays and holiday entertaining in full swing, appetizer recipes are in high demand right now. My favorite type of get together during the holiday is one that is laid back and full of finger foods and cocktails.
If you are a mushroom lover like I am, then you probably get excited when you see a plate of stuffed mushrooms included in the spread at a party. Not only do I love eating stuffed mushrooms, but I enjoy coming up with new ideas for fillings every time I make them. For these Artichoke Stuffed Mushrooms, I kept it simple and used artichokes along with cream cheese and Parmesan cheese. Each bite is filled with cheesy goodness!
To keep the mushroom filling creamy and cheesy but still on the lighter side I like to use lower fat cream cheese along with a little Greek yogurt and Parmesan cheese. I love adding Parmesan cheese to the filling because of its distinct flavor and a little always goes a long way. To bulk up the filling (and cut back on food waste), I always add the stems of the mushrooms finely chopped and sautéed with a little garlic. These Artichoke Stuffed Mushrooms are so rich in flavor but such a great way to round out a highly indulgent holiday menu. Bonus: they are vegetarian too!
If you are in a crunch for time, make the filling ahead and store in a container in the fridge until you are ready to fill and bake your mushrooms. The recipe can easily be doubled if you are feeding a larger crowd.
Dairy ingredients like cream cheese, Greek yogurt and cheese are staples in my kitchen and make it so easy for me to create dishes my family loves. Since my recent visits to a local dairy farm and a dairy farm in Rhode Island, I always think of the hardworking farmers and their families when I’m using dairy in recipes. Their dedication to the care of their cows and their family business is like none other, always providing a fresh product that typically only travels up to 300 miles to our grocery stores. That means most of the dairy you have in your fridge is not only delicious, but local and fresh. You really can’t beat that!
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Yield: Makes approximately 20-22 mushrooms Prep Time:15 minutes Cook Time:15 minutes Total Time:30 minutes Follow AggiesKitchen on Instagram and show us what recipes you are making from the blog! Use the hashtag #aggieskitchen - I'd love to see what you are cooking up!
Artichoke Stuffed Mushrooms
Yield: Makes approximately 20-22 mushrooms
Prep Time:15 minutes
Cook Time:15 minutes
Total Time:30 minutes
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More recipes using delicious dairy for you to try:
Sour Cream & Chive Mashed Potatoes | Joyful Healthy Eats
Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Soup | The Lemon Bowl
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