Three Cheese Sausage Stuffed Mushrooms

I don’t like mushrooms. In fact, I go out of my way to pick them out of things.

You’ll sometimes see me put them into recipes because I do believe they contribute a flavor, but I usually leave them out. That said, these sausage stuffed mushroom caps with goat cheese are some of the most delicious bite-sized morsels I’ve ever eaten.

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With a perfect mixture of sausage, cheese, mushroom and spices these will be a hot whether you serve them as appetizers at a holiday or for the big game. Or, be like me and eat them as a meal. No sharing. 🙂

According to The Mushroom Council (Yes, there is such a thing), mushrooms are low in calories, fat-free, cholesterol-free, gluten-free and very low in sodium. They are rich in B vitamins, which help to provide energy through the breakdown of proteins, fats and carbs. They contain Niacin, which helps to maintain healthy red blood cells, and pantothenic acid, which promotes healthy skin and benefits the digestive and nervous systems.

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Overall, they’re a great food to have as a part of your diet. If you are like me though and are selective about your mushroom love, you can make them this way and still get your nutrients.

I love these because they are low carb and you can make them Whole 30 approved by just removing the cheese. I promise they will still be amazing if you remove the cheese. The cheese just makes them more amazing-er.

Check out the full recipe below.

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Three Cheese Sausage Stuffed Mushroom Caps
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Serves: 12-15
 
Ingredients
  • 12-15 button mushrooms, washed with stems removed
  • 1lb. of mild Italian sausage
  • ⅓ cup of Asiago cheese
  • ⅓ cup Parmesan cheese
  • ⅓ cup of goat cheese
  • ½ large white onion, diced
  • 3 green onions, chopped and separate white bottoms from green stems
  • 3 Tbsp. of olive oil
  • 1 Tbsp. of garlic, diced
  • 1 tsp. of garlic salt
  • 1 tsp. of onion powder
  • 2 tsp. of dried basil
  • 1 Tbsp. of fresh basil leaves, chopped
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 400.
  2. Spread out mushroom caps on a baking sheet and brush them with 1 Tbsp. of olive oil.
  3. Once oven is heated cook mushroom caps for 7 minutes.
  4. While mushrooms cook, add 2 tbsp of olive oil and then add garlic and onions. Cook until onions are translucent.
  5. Add Italian sausage and begin to brown. Then add white bottoms of the green onions.
  6. Add garlic salt, onion powder and dried basil.
  7. Once the meat is cooked, turn the heat to low, add the fresh basil and add cheeses one-by-one. Continually stir so the cheese doesn't burn.
  8. Once all the cheese has been added remove the pan from the heat and mix well.
  9. Add sausage mixture to mushroom caps. Cook in the oven for 5 minutes. Continue to check to mushrooms so they don't burn but make sure they are soft before you remove them.
  10. Top with additional cheese, extra basil and tops of green onions. Serve immediately.



Whether you love them or hate them, this recipe will make you a little obsessed. I seriously wish I could eat these every day.

I’m going to warn you though, this will be an appetizer that everyone asks you to make after they taste it. Be prepared for requests.

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  • J. Ivy Boyter March 21, 2018 05.37 pm

    This sounds amazing and like a way I MIGHT have actually been able to tolerate mushrooms. Unfortunately I can’t eat cheese anymore 🙁

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  • Kristy Bullard March 21, 2018 05.45 pm

    These look so delicious! They would be great for an appetizer but I would like these for dinner !! Pinned to save the recipe.

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  • Livi March 21, 2018 06.06 pm

    I thought I wasn’t hungry but I am DEFINITELY am. This looks so DELICIOUS

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  • Becki Svare March 21, 2018 06.13 pm

    I’m not a big mushroom fan, but the rest of my family would love these!! And, they look super simple to make ~ love that!!

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  • Harmony, Momma To Go March 21, 2018 06.28 pm

    wow I used to always make stuffed mushrooms, but havent made those in a while I wonder if we could sub veggies sausage for this!

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  • Jolene March 21, 2018 07.10 pm

    Oooh! I love mushrooms! This looks delicious!

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  • Noelle Lynne March 21, 2018 11.00 pm

    These look and sound delicious! I am going to try and make a vegan version of these, tofu and non dairy cheese, thank you so much for the inspiration!

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  • Sh March 22, 2018 12.43 am

    OMG this looks so delicous! Will have to try your recipe soon!

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  • Gladys Parker March 22, 2018 02.59 am

    For something so nasty they sure do have a lot of benefits and good things about them. I doubt I’ll try one but I may make some as my boys and one of my daughter in laws enjoy mushrooms. I’m sure they will appreciate your recipe 🙂

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  • Luci March 22, 2018 05.28 am

    These looks so delicious and easy to make. I know my family would like these so I have to make them.

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  • Felicia Life March 22, 2018 05.54 am

    Looks very tasty! And your photos make it even more enticing.

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  • Vian March 22, 2018 07.09 am

    This made me even more hungry.. love the recipe.. I love the combination of cheese and mushrooms, can’t wait to try this at home! Thank you for your recipe!

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  • Theresa Bailey March 22, 2018 11.24 am

    I love mushrooms so much! This is making me really hungry. To think it is this simple to make them at home.

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  • Elizabeth O March 22, 2018 01.39 pm

    It looks like a lovely quick and easy recipe. I am a veggie but even if I veto the sausage it still looks like it would be delicious.

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  • Megan B March 22, 2018 02.27 pm

    Ooooo I wish I ate mushrooms after seeing this–– but I know a few people who will LOVE this. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  • Julie I Aloha Lovely March 22, 2018 03.41 pm

    Oh my, these little bites look amazing! I have to try this, so fancy looking too!

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  • Brittney March 22, 2018 04.01 pm

    Girl YES! These sound incredible!

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  • Lisa Rios March 22, 2018 05.05 pm

    I’ve made some vegan versions of this before! And it is divine, isn’t it? My sister isn’t a big fan of mushrooms yet she loved it too.

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  • Sarah March 22, 2018 07.01 pm

    Yummy!! Love mushrooms and this recipe. I can’t wait to try this. I didn’t know all those nutritional facts about mushrooms. Makes me love them more!

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  • Evelyn, Path of Presence 🦋 March 22, 2018 09.24 pm

    Unlike you, I LOVE mushrooms – and these look amazing. Great to know that even a non mushroom lover would recommend them! Trying this recipe out for the next dinner party we are throwing. 💕 xo, Evelyn, PathofPresence.com 🦋

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  • Savannah March 22, 2018 09.40 pm

    I never cared much for mushrooms until I had some that were just PERFECT at a hibachi grill a few years ago. I’ve been a fan ever since. These look amazing!!

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  • Amanda Geist March 22, 2018 09.45 pm

    Oh these look so good! And low carb, too! I’ll have to make these for the hubby on one of our kidless date night dinners.

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  • Heather March 23, 2018 04.38 am

    I did a “Mushroom Makeover” challenge a few years back. I swapped out higher calorie foods for mushrooms. They’re so filling. Can’t wait to try your cheese and sausage stuffed mushrooms.

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  • Calleigh March 23, 2018 08.40 am

    Yes! Another way to eat the mushrooms and these tiny bites are just perfect finger foods to gnaw.

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  • Karlyn Cruz March 23, 2018 01.09 pm

    I have to say, stuffing mushrooms is really difficult, but it’s also very delicious when it comes out right and it looks like yours is just beautiful! Yum! I am definitely going to try this because I’m such a sucker for these!

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  • Carina March 23, 2018 03.36 pm

    This dish looks amazing! Will give it a go plus the images are great.

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  • Jennifer Prince March 23, 2018 06.08 pm

    I’m not a huge mushroom fan, but these look so good. Cheese makes EVERYTHING better. My husband loves them. 🙂

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  • Esme Sy March 24, 2018 01.21 am

    I just found the perfect treat for my guests this weekend. We’re all fans of cheese and sausages and this is a great way to mix the two! I love mushrooms, I bet I’ll enjoy this with a little bit more than the prescribed amount!

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  • AnnMarie John March 24, 2018 01.25 am

    I can imagine my boys devouring these. They would be lovely appetizers as well if you’re having guests over for dinner or if you’re hosting a party. I’m definitely keeping the recipe!

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