Monday, November 11, 2013

Stuffed Mushroom Appetizer

how to make a stuffed mushroom appetizer

I had planned on sharing a turkey craft today, but after errands, an almost forgotten Orthodontist appointment, dance and homework, I was unable to squeeze in some crafting time.  Tomorrow looks a bit hectic too with an IEP,  lunch with a friend, a parents meeting for the Robotics team, and another dance class. Hopefully though,  I will have a few spare hours to finish a fun new craft.  We did get a bit of good news today.  Kara gets her expander off her next appointment.  She is so HAPPY to hear that. Just six more weeks to go!  At Kohls, I was able to use a 30% coupon,  $10 in  Kohls cash, and a bonus $5 promo card all at the same time at Kohls today. ($55.76 off my total)  My long time best friend sent me a very generous birthday gift with instructions that I must use it on myself. With my coupons, I was able to get two sweaters and a purse!  I also picked up a few gifts a long the way, and earned another $10 Kohls cash too. :) 

Since it was a good day, I thought I would share a quick and easy appetizer that would be great for Thanksgiving and all the other upcoming holidays.  

the cheese used in the stuffed mushroom appetizer

To make these stuffed mushrooms, all you need is Alouette Spinach Artichoke spreadable cheese, and breadcrumbs.  This is not a sponsored post for Alouette, we just really like this recipe! 

how to make a stuffed mushroom appetizer

Fill your mushroom caps with the Spinach Artichoke cheese.  Cover with breadcrumbs and bake for 12-15 minutes at 375 degrees.  It's that simple!  I already have requests to make them again this year.   

1 comment:

  1. These are GREAT !!!
    The perfect appetizers, although I'm sure I'd eat half of them the minute they come out of the over :)


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