Stuffed Sausage and Cream Cheese Mushrooms

“…if God is for us, who can be against us?” Romans 8:31

Yes, America’s birthday is over but summer is still in full swing and that means more cookouts, swim parties and get-togethers. Today’s recipe is perfect for guests to munch on when they first arrive.

I first posted this luscious appetizer a year ago.  It was a success for me and others!  I received several rave reviews and took all the credit.  Just kidding!  I discovered the recipe on Pinterest, of course. Credit and link to homeremedies’ website is below.


Add these mushrooms to your summer menu as a side dish or an appetizer.  They are filling, so eat sparingly if you want to save room for other goodies.

My Joanna measuring cups (we are on a first name basis now) came and this is the first time I’ve used them! Love them, of course.  $8.99 at Target.

A little more labor intensive than the recipe says but that’s probably because I’m a slow mincer, chopper, etc.  All in all, it took around 1:15, but 30 minutes of that was the baking.

This does not look “extremely fine”…I kept chopping!

Stuffed is the correct word for sure.  I filled and filled…I wasn’t about to waste any of it!

Pretty presentation.  Recipe actually made 26, they just wouldn’t all fit in my dish.  I ate the extras for my supper!

Oops! They are coated in butter so these suckers are slippery.

For my effort and for taste, I score this dish a 9/10. Almost perfect!

Thank you Home Remedies!

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