My 20 Favorite Winter Crockpot Recipes.
Hey hi, we have cheesy-veggie things to talk about today!
Stopping in for a quick post today to share these EASY stuffed mushrooms. I absolutely love these mushrooms, as did my family. My go-to recipe idea girl, Lyndsie, suggested that I make stuffed mushrooms for New Years and I was all about it. Plus, I had a surplus of goat cheese on hand that I knew would make for the most perfect filling. I’m just going to go out and say it…these are addicting, and if you make them for New Years I highly suggest that you double the recipe…these go FAST.
Like I said, they’re so easy, just mix up some goat cheese, fontina cheese, parmesan, and a generous amount of fresh herbs. Then stuff it all in some cremini mushrooms and bake. Could not be easier and you can totally stuff the mushrooms in advance and bake before serving. They make for the perfect New Year’s Eve appetizer or snack…which we will be needing many of both in my house.
The new group of visitors arrives today so, let the craziness continue. I am really trying to do my best to soak up all the family time and be in the moment. It’s not the easiest for me, as you may have guessed, I am a workaholic. But I had so much fun on our day of snowmobiling and again snowboarding in the backyard with my brothers and little sister on Christmas, so I’m hoping to spend at least one more full day with everyone before the holidays are over. I know that Red and Kai are dying to take me up on the hill snowboarding (like the real hill, not the backyard) and I promised Cait, Kai’s girlfriend, that I’d go with her, so I’ll have to make that happen this week for sure.
In other news, we don’t have any major plans for New Years, but I’m sure we will be making a feast, as I’ve heard that Lyndsie’s family loves to cook. One thing that I know for sure is that these mushrooms will be on the menu. Along with some cocktails that I’ll be sharing on Friday…
Get excited, they are delish, fun and easy! So what are you guys up to this week? Any New Years plans? I’m planning to share a couple more recipes this week, as well as a fun round-up post, so be sure to check back for those!
OKOK, and when planning your New Year’s menu, just be sure that these herbed goat cheese stuffed mushrooms are on it. I LOVE using the goat cheese in place of cream cheese that’s most typically used when stuffing mushrooms. These are maybe the best stuffed mushrooms ever, the cheese and herb pairing is perfection, and I’m thinking that most of you out there really do need them in you life.
Perfect way to send off 2016 and welcome in 2017 if you ask me!!
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PS. I like to double stuff my mushrooms…the more cheese the better! Yes, please!
I’ve never made stuffed mushrooms and tried this for a family party… they were a hit! Thanks so much!
Happy Monday!❄️🎄 I appreciate you making this recipe and sharing your review, so glad to hear it was enjoyed! xT
Perfect! First time doing stuffed mushrooms too and it came out great!
Happy Labor Day!?? Thanks a lot for giving this recipe a try, I love to hear that it was enjoyed! xTieghan
I can have the goat cheese, but not the fontina (cow’s milk is not my friend). Can I make these without the fontina? Any substitute suggestions?.
Absolutely, really any combo of cheese that you enjoy will work here! I hope you love the recipe. Let me know if there is anything else I can help with! Happy New Year! xTieghan
I love these with all the tiny pieces of my heart. First time stuffing mushrooms and they came out perfect. So much cheese….droooooool. We haven’t cooked a single recipe that didn’t come from this site for more than 6 months now. Never fails!
Love that! Thank you so much Tracy! xTieghan
Is that suppose to be 1 ounce of goat cheese or 6-8 ounces of goat cheese? These look fantastic!
I was also wondering how many ounces of goat cheese you were trying to specify?
It is 8 ounces goat cheese. Please let me know if you have other questions. Hope you love this recipe! Thanks! 🙂