22 Reviews

I love these and have been making them for years. The only thing I do different is I use Garlic salt instead of powder and leave the onion out because I have many family members that don't like onion. Also thejars of Real bacon bits work much better than the harder ones like bacos.

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kalebsmoms January 11, 2008

These are so good and easy, I wanted to make a meal out of them. I froze a few uncooked as well so I'll update when we defrost and eat those. Thanks for sharing!

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plannermom January 01, 2008

Impera_Magna suggested these for a simple appetizer for my mothers birthday, they were delicious, very easy to make and went down really well. I followed the recipe exactly and will be making them again Thank you kc_cooker

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Tulip-Fairy October 27, 2006

So easy to make ahead and pop in the oven. They were a great hit and had a great big WOW factor with our clergy we cook for each month. Will use this recipe over and over, I love it. I used rather large mushrooms and sprinkled them with Parmesan Cheese before broilig, amazing. I also made them ommiting the green onions and garlic salt and using onion powder and a pinch of salt instead. Equally yummy! We will be making these for Holidays and special functions from now on.

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gramcookie October 26, 2006

I made these last night around 10 pm. I only made 1/2 a batch as there were only 3 of us. They were super easy to make and with the half a batch I used 4 strips of bacon. I did start on hi broil but changed to low broil as they were browning very quickly. Wonderful and I will definately make again! Oh yes, and I also boiled the mushrooms halfway so they were partially cooked. Thank you!

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Cheesehead October 22, 2006

Fantastic mushrooms! Fast and easy. If you are a fan of cream cheese you will want to give this a try. I couldn’t stop snacking on them when I was preparing the rest of our dinner. Thanks for posting this scrumptious appy!

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Summerwine October 10, 2005

I usually love stuffed mushrooms; I'm not sure why this one didn't work out for me. I broiled the first batch, as directed; I prefer my mushrooms more done....so for the 2nd batch, I popped them into the toater oven and baked them at 350 for about 20-25 minutes but I just couldn't get it right. Hmmm, maybe it was the mushrooms? Next time, I'll have to try it with the bacon bits (I used cooked, crumbled bacon) and maybe baby bella mushrooms...I used large white stuffing mushrooms this time. Thanks for posting!

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TheDancingCook August 27, 2005

Delicious, bet you cant eat just one

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Patk1818 August 24, 2005

These were absolutely delicious! They were all gone within minutes! My mom had an old stuffed mushroom recipe, but it pales in comparison to these babies. :) MmMm!

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Lady D. July 10, 2005

Made a 1/4 of this recipe this morning to see if I like them and I really did enjoy the taste. I used baby bella mushrooms, but would suggest using the standard white button mushrooms instead as the bellas have a different beefy taste that clashed with the bacon. Will definately be making these again for my DS's b-day party this summer as I usually just make a ton of appy's for this occasion rather than an entire meal. Thanks KC for a great recipe! Enjoy the pics, I really had fun taking them :)

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Chippie1 March 15, 2005
Bacon Cream Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms