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Pizza Stuffed Mushrooms

Pizza Stuffed Mushrooms
Are you a mushroom lover or a hater? If you are in the happy loving mushroom camp, have I got a ground breaking, life-altering recipe for you! If you’re a hater, then I’m really very sorry for your loss. They are tasty little fungi. Most people in my family are on the haters side, fortunately. Yes, I said fortunately. Start out first with some cream cheese, parmesan cheese and spices in a bowl. Then mix it up so be nice and smooth. Now, gather your pizza toppings/ingredients… And toss them into the bowl of cream cheese. Mix it all up and that’s your filling! Then take a heaping teaspoon and fill up your mushroom caps. Bake these babies for 20 minutes and then pop them under the broiler until the tops get brown and lovely. Hello lover. Then get ready to head on down to flavor town! Mmmmmmm…….I love love loved these! Go team ‘shroom! Pizza Stuffed Mushrooms Ingredients: Directions: Preheat oven to 350ºF.

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