Simply Spinach Stuffed Mushrooms

This is another one that’s going to make mom laugh. Besides onion that, as a child, I despised and now can’t live without mushrooms were a close second for most hated veggie. Yet again my mom was right, they are GOOD! especially stuffed! (and in eggs. Yes, I actually had mushrooms twice today.)

For some reason I bought an 8 oz package of mushrooms last weekend. I had no idea what I was going to do with them but they looked so darn good! This morning I decided I better use them before I was forced to throw them out. Especially considering this weekend is so jam packed with events I’ll never have time to cook.

So I came up with a stuffed mushroom idea. I wanted something light and tasty using what I had on hand. I have to admit, I hit the nail on the head. They were awesome! I didn’t even offer any to the husband in fears he would actually want to try one. :~P

I’m also excited as this is my first recipe to receive 5 out of 5 stars for weight loss and optimal health on

This food is low in Cholesterol. It is also a good source of Dietary Fiber, Thiamin, Calcium, Iron and Zinc, and a very good source of Protein, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Pantothenic Acid, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Copper, Manganese and Selenium.

Not too shabby for a quick mid day invention! :~PSimply Spinach Stuffed Mushrooms

  • 8 oz package of white button mushrooms
  • 3 large cloves of garlic minced
  • 4 cups of baby spinach leaves chopped
  • 2 tbsp (10g) parmesan, shredded
  • Kosher Salt & Pepper
  • Olive Oil cooking spray

Pre-heat the oven to 400 degrees

Clean the mushrooms and remove stems. Mince the stems and set aside as they will be part of your stuffing.

Mince the garlic.

Heat a small non-stick skillet over medium heat, spray with cooking spray. Add the minced garlic and mushroom stems. Sprinkle with a bit of salt and pepper. While cooking, chop the spinach, you don’t want large pieces or stems.

Add the spinach to the skillet a little at a time and cook down sprinkling a bit more salt and pepper.

Remove filling from heat. Line a cookie sheet with aluminum foil and spray with cooking spray. Stuff the mushrooms with the spinach mixture. Really jam it in there you just have more then enough.

Top with parmesan cheese and bake for about 20 minutes!

Simply Spinach Stuffed Mushrooms - beforeSimply Spinach Stuffed Mushrooms - after

Approx Nutritional Information per serving
Servings Amt per Serving
1 Entire Recipe
Calories Fat Fiber WWPs
112 3g 4g old: 2 new: 2
Sugar Sat Fat Carbs Protein
2g 2g 9g 11g
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37 Comments and 0 Replies

  1. Steph.

    Mmmm. I love me some mushrooms! And, I have this really, really unhealthy but delicious recipe for stuffed mushrooms that uses cream cheese and pork sausage. I wonder if this could be a replacement for that? Might be worth a try! Thanks!

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  3. Bonnie

    OMG…..these are absolutely fabulous, Roni! I am eating them right now!!! I have a daughter-in-law who loves stuffed mushrooms, and…for Christmas when my sons’ families come to my house, we always do hors-doevres. THESE are definitely going to be on the list!….although I’ll have to double or triple the recipe, because I’ll be eating one recipe by myself.

  4. Bonnie

    Oh and Roni… Aldi’s food find (when i went Friday after work to get mushrooms, spinach and parmasen cheese–how ’bout those shreaded cheese varieties in the pint cartons?!?)….Parkview Snack Bites – Turkey Sausage. It’s an 8 oz. package of little 1″ sausage bites and 6 pieces are 60 cal/3 g fat/0g fiber….that would be 1 point, wouldn’t it? I found them right after I walked in the door…on the right. I imagine most Aldi’s are stocked the same. I cut little rounds yesterday and put them in my Aldi’s brand eggbeaters/sausage/mushroom/tomato/onion/pepper/FFcheese omelet. YUM!

  5. Tabitha

    My husband loves stuffed mushrooms but hates anything that can be deemed “healthy”. . .I can’t wait to try these out on him!

    Thanks for the great ideas Roni! :o)

  6. Holly

    This reminded me that I had mushrooms in my fridge. I stuffed mine with laughing cow cheese (the light garlic herb kind). Mmmmm, they were great.

  7. kyree90

    I loved them! Paired ‘em with half a tuna salad sandwich for extra protein, and had myself a 4-Point lunch.

    Thanks for hitting it out of the park yet again, Roni!

  8. Jen

    I have been an an avid follower of your site for quite a while and have never commented. Just wanted to let you know you are such an inspiration to me. Thanks for all your hard work on this site. I can’t wait to make these mushrooms. They look amazing!

  9. Tasha

    I just made these (added garlic salt and italian seasoning to spinach mixture and sprinkled with grated parm.) YUM! Thanks, Roni, for a very low point,healthy (and GOOD) meal idea. Perfect for my dinner tonight, considering I ate the majority of my points during the day and only have a few left!! :)

  10. alessandra

    okay so I just made these for an appeteaser… YUM!! I might add a little more salt (i don’t think I put enough) but they were super yum! I have your muffins in the oven now too! :) 2 recipes in one day!!

  11. Jennifer

    These are absolutely delicious!! My husband even loves them! Im waiting for the Simple Onion Turkey Loaf to get finished and I cant stay away from those mushrooms… i think i might have to make more :O)
    This is my favorite recipe yet!!!
    Thank You! Thank You! Thank You!

  12. ortal

    these are awesome… im a mushroom FIEND (seriously i add them to everything to bulk it up) and have been meaning to try them for a while, as a light appetizer/finger food. well they are fantastic!

  13. Jenny

    Oh my goodness that was delicious. I used crimini mushrooms instead of white and talk about flavor!!! Thanks again Roni for another delicious recipe.

  14. Robin

    These were fantastic! Even the husband liked them. I added chopped water chesnuts. YUM!
    Thank you Roni! I love your site.

  15. Courtney

    Just wanted you to know, Roni, that I love these mushrooms! I have made them several times and devour them within a day or two.
    PW’s having a contest over on PW Cooks, and I entered your recipe as the “online recipe I’ve used recently”.

    Love your site!


  16. Marie

    These look super yummy! They are going on my to try list! I love stuffed mushrooms..problem is portion control with these..

  17. Alison

    These sound good, but I am going to try adding some turkey italian sausage and making them for dinner, so I will be making more also. I am trying to incorporate a little protein in everything that I make because I find I stay satisfied for much longer. Thanks for the recipe.

  18. David

    Sounds so yummy. I am going to add these to our dieting list for sides. 130 calories is awesome especially as a side to our Southwest Steak tonight. I was looking for a great mushroom recipe and I think I found it! :-D Thanks for the yummy recipe. One thing I might add to this is to sprinkle some pepper and garlic powder on the mushrooms themselves to give it a bit more spice. Hope you don’t mind :D Thanks again :D

  19. Sarah

    These look amazing! I was searching everywhere for a good stuffed mushroom recipe that wasn’t half heavy cream and cheese. I can’t wait to try this one out tomorrow! I hope mine turn out half as pretty as yours did.

  20. Sandra

    Just had these for dinner tonight! Yummy! Sooooo good!!! We didn’t have any spinach, so we substituted fresh kale. Wonderful!

  21. Danielle

    WOW, Just made these and these and they were so delicious! I added onion and zucchini (sliced really small) and it was amazing! Super healthy and filling. Next time I might add one sausage to the mix for a nice meaty flavor! Thanks for the recipe, cant wait to cook it for friends!

  22. Danielle

    WOW, Just made these and they were so delicious! I added onion and zucchini (sliced really small) and it was amazing! Super healthy and filling. Next time I might add one sausage to the mix for a nice meaty flavor! Thanks for the recipe, cant wait to cook it for friends!

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