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16 Stuffed Mushrooms: A “Classic” That’s Never Out of Style!

By Sheri Silver |

Am I the only one who loves the cocktail hour more than the main course at a party? Seriously, I love finger foods—and while I certainly admire (and happily consume) the latest trends in cocktail fare, my heart belongs to the “classics:”

Deviled eggs.

Shrimp Cocktail.

Pigs in blankets.

Swedish meatballs.

And of course, stuffed mushrooms.

These little breadcrumb-cheese-herb stuffed veggies never fail, and I am so excited to share the following fabulous recipes for stuffed mushrooms with you! Some are quite traditional, others more inventive, but all are sure to impress.

So make a batch of Manhattans, throw on some Frank Sinatra, and “bring back the mushroom!”

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Stuffed Mushrooms: A

Italian Stuffed Mushrooms

While it's fun to update classic dishes, sometimes we want foods just as we remember them. If that's you, then this recipe delivers, with all of the traditional ingredients of "old school" stuffed mushrooms — garlicky bread crumbs, herbed spices, and lots of parmesan and mozzarella!

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Sheri Silver is a mom, landscape designer and author of the blog Donuts, Dresses, and Dirt. She loves sharing tips and tricks on the things she’s most passionate about, including baking, cooking, gardening, shopping, and her adventures in and around New York City with her three kids. Read bio and latest posts → Read Sheri's latest posts →

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