Savory Seafood Stuffed Mushrooms

This seafood stuffed mushrooms recipe is one that you’ll go back to over and over It’s perfect for holidays, game days, or days that end with Y.

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FACT: I’m horrible with leftovers.
Not horrible at creating them, just horrible about using them before they become science experiments in the back of my fridge.
My mom emblazoned the “waste not want not” mantra into my head, so I save everything, you guys.  It’s pathetic and a bit embarrassing, really.

PROOF: I may be a borderline hoarder of empty prescription bottles.
Geez, I can’t just throw away perfectly good tiny plastic bottles!

I’m absolutely convinced that as soon as I’ve placed them into the recycling bin, I’ll find some way to re-purpose them, causing me to have to risk my life as I run like a crazy woman down the street, chasing the garbage truck, screaming at the top of my lungs…


Rather than risking tragedies like that from happening, I’ll just keep those bottles safely in my junk drawer.  okie dokie?  🙂

Savory Seafood Stuffed Mushrooms Recipe \\ Get the recipe from

Now where was I?  Ahh yes…leftovers.

Remember the crab omelette I made a couple of days ago?  Well, I had some of the crab meat left over, plus a few (6 to be exact) mushrooms that needed to be used up, so I thought I’d whip up something quick, easy, and delicious with them.

Cue the seafood stuffed mushrooms, please.

These are about as easy peasy of an appetizer to make as you can think of.  Unless you like peanut butter on toast as an appetizer.  That might be easier to make, but I bet it wouldn’t taste nearly as good as these cheesy, crab-filled mushrooms.  Pure bite-sized morsels of goodness.

If you’re looking for another delicious appetizer with seafood, check out these delicious deep fried tuna bites. They’re completely delicious!

Deep Fried Tuna Bites - This delicious appetizer (or snack!) has loads of flavor! Creamy inside and crispy outside!

Give these seafood stuffed mushrooms a try, then please come back to this post to let me know what you think.

Oh, and if you’ve got any ideas on ways for me to use empty prescription bottles, please leave those in the comments, too.  Thanks!


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Seafood Stuffed Mushrooms Recipe - this is a delicious and easy appetizer recipe from that's perfect for holidays, game days, or days that end with Y.

Savory Seafood Stuffed Mushrooms Recipe - A quick and easy holiday appetizer recipe from @itsyummi

More stuffed mushroom recipes I love from across the web:

Chili Stuffed Mushrooms from Cook the Story

Chorizo and Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms from A Spicy Perspective

Savory Herbed Stuffed Mushrooms from Will Cook for Smiles

9 Replies to "Savory Seafood Stuffed Mushrooms"

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    Ray March 4, 2016 (9:24 am)

    Empty.Pill. Bottles I use them to hold the change in my purse so I don’t have to fdg in the bottom

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      Chef Bec March 4, 2016 (2:14 pm)

      Using pill bottles for spare change is a great idea! Mine always falls out of my wallet and into the bottom of my purse. Thank you!

  • Felicity Huffman’s What The Flicka? November 7, 2013 (1:19 pm)

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    Jerry Cundiff December 10, 2012 (9:44 pm)

    Made these for a treat. Ha! I didn’t share with anyone! Love seafood and cream cheese so it was perfect for me.

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    Cristina December 1, 2012 (6:32 pm)

    Oh my goodness. This sounds amazing! Thanks so much for sharing at Linkin’ Up Leftovers! I’m gonna go whip these up now!

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      becca December 1, 2012 (6:34 pm)

      Thanks for the invite, Cristina! I hope you enjoy the mushrooms as much as I did 🙂

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    adam @unorthodoxepicure November 28, 2012 (6:37 pm)

    With all due respect to (most) English teachers — then and now — they tend to teach students that you cannot end a sentence with a preposition. Absolutely, positively false! Where did they learn that at!?!?

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    adam @unorthodoxepicure November 28, 2012 (6:18 pm)

    OK. Here’s the deal. Those mushrooms look divine! About that run-on sentence… I’m not sure that it’s technically a run-on. 😉 It is very long though.

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      becca November 28, 2012 (6:25 pm)

      Thank goodness…I’m saved!!! I thought the spirit of my deceased English teacher would be haunting me for sure.
      Oh, and thanks for the compliment. 😀

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