Vegan Grain-free Stuffed Mushrooms (Gluten-free + Vegan)

by Beth @ Tasty Yummies

Vegan Grain-free Stuffed Mushrooms (Gluten-free + Vegan)

 

If you know me even just a little bit, you’d know how much I love a good party, especially those centered around eating, and OK yes, drinking, too! Everything in moderation, right? I love an excuse to wear a fun outfit, make some special treats and just enjoy myself. Our house is fairly small so it is very rare that I entertain at home, so I have to wait on other people to have parties and invite me, but when they do, I always jump at the chance to create something yummy to share with others. Besides the joy I get by making people happy with the food I make, the biggest reason I enjoy bringing something to share is the guarantee that I will have at least one thing to eat. Being that I am gluten-free and dairy-free and I also refrain from eating processed foods, it can be quite hard to indulge at parties and other get-togethers.

Vegan Grain-free Stuffed Mushrooms (Gluten-free + Vegan)

 

The other reason I love being able to bring some food to share to a party, is so I can spread the good word about eating clean and healthy. I think many people attribute the words “clean”, “processed-free” or even “gluten-free”, to mean taste-free and unexciting. I love changing people’s perceptions on food and eating and showing them just how much fun you can have with your food, even with a clean diet.

This recipe would be great for many different types of cocktail parties, whether it be a casual sports party for the Super Bowl or a fancy New Year’s Eve bash. They are as dressed down or dressed us as you need them to be. These stuffed mushrooms are grain-free and vegan, they are perfectly bite-sized and so full of flavor and texture. They are so quick to make, too. Plus, you could make these ahead of time, stuff them and put them in the oven just before the guests start to arrive.

Vegan Grain-free Stuffed Mushrooms (Gluten-free + Vegan)

 

These Vegan Grain-free Stuffed Mushrooms are so simple to make and are the perfect small-bite party food. If the party isn’t at your place, make them ahead and pop them in the oven just before serving at your holiday or cocktail party destination. They are of course perfect for any gluten-free and/or vegan eaters, but I promise all of the party guests will enjoy them and the bonus is they are easy on the waistline at a time of year when temptation is around every corner.

It was fun making these on a random work day (since we work from home) and eating them in the middle of the day, felt like we had a little party of our own.

Do you like bringing a dish or a treat to share when you go to a party or would you rather just eat what others make?

This recipe was originally shared on Cara’s Cravings as part of her Clean Eating Cocktail Party. Cara’s site is full of creative and delicious recipes that are always seasonally inspired and clean. Cara’s recipes will always give you the excitement and comfort we crave from food, but without any of the guilt.

Vegan Grain-free Stuffed Mushrooms (Gluten-free + Vegan)

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1 Leanne @ Healthful Pursuit November 6, 2012 at 12:20 pm

Fun! What a great event… going over there now to check it out

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2 Cara November 7, 2012 at 9:02 am

Thank you so much for this delish entry! I can’t wait to try them out on my family at Christmas :)

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3 tastyyummies November 8, 2012 at 6:56 pm

Thanks so much again for having me Cara. :)

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4 Alissa N November 9, 2012 at 12:02 pm

These look incredible!! You posted so many things I want to make when I get my power back!! The photos are gorgeous on this too!! So perfect for the holidays, we always do stuffed mushrooms!!

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5 Dan Wiener February 5, 2015 at 5:19 pm

Omg!! Alyssa C! This is Dan Wiener. We grew up together on Truman blvd and I just made these amazing mushrooms and saw your post! Hope you get to see this and all is well!

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6 Selena February 2, 2014 at 7:09 pm

THE BEST! THANK YOU! :)

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7 Lisa December 11, 2014 at 7:16 pm

I like toasted nuts. Would this recipe work if I toasted the walnut 1st or should I leave them as is?

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8 Beth @ Tasty Yummies December 14, 2014 at 7:08 pm

Hey Lisa, yes you could totally toast the walnuts first, would probably be even better 😉

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