We created this Stuffed Mushrooms recipe a few months back, in the prime time of Oregon Duck football season. It’s an easy one to put together, and a perfect crowd pleasing recipe. Normally, we don’t recommend cooking up our tofu spread, but a little broiling doesn’t hurt it – especially when served right away.
Just don’t tell the guys it’s tofu and no one will ever know about a healthier swap. You could also try this with Toby’s Jalapeño Tofu Spread & Dip, but for now we kept it plain and simple. If you are looking for a little spice, try tossing a little hot sauce on top after broiling.
Toby’s Stuffed Mushrooms
Stuffed mushrooms are simple appetizers perfect for a game day viewing party. While most stuffed mushroom recipes are full of unhealthy ingredients, we kept ours clean and simple and stuffed them full with our delicious tofu pate!
- 10-12 baby portobello mushrooms
- 1 14-oz container of Toby’s Original Tofu Spread & Dip
- 1/4 cup or more of shredded Parmesean cheese, for sprinkling
Start by cleaning your mushrooms and then carefully removing the stem. Layer mushrooms in your baking pan and drizzle with olive oil. Bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes. Remove from oven and fill with Toby’s Original Tofu Spread. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and broil until melty. Remove from oven and plate mushrooms. Serve immediately.
Simple to make and delicious to eat. Check out our video below to see the recipe in action!
And, if you like this recipe check out our Healthier Tofu Jalapeño Poppers made similarly to this Stuffed Mushrooms recipe. Stay tuned for more recipes perfect for game day parties coming to our blog soon!