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Stuffed Mushrooms With Spicy Cheese

This post is sponsored by Boursin®.

When we think of Easter, most of us usually visualize heaping piles of chocolate and candy. At least, I do. It’s not exactly a bad visual, if I’m honest, either.

However, this year I want to start a new tradition with family and friends by having a Easter brunch! I mean, If we’re going to dress up in our Sunday best, why not have a bit of a fancy gathering, right?

For my brunch, I want to have little bites of food, more like appetizers, in lieu of a big meal. One of my favorite bites of food is stuffed mushrooms, so I knew that I wanted to integrate those somehow. Fortunately, I had just recently partnered with Boursin®, and their cheeses are the perfect stuffing for my mushroom caps!

So, I stopped by my local Neighborhood Walmart, picked up some Boursin Monterey Jack & Spicy Pepper Cheese Dip and portobello mushrooms, then headed back home to do a test run of the recipe.

Stuffed Mushrooms With Spicy Cheese

I always taste-test my recipes before sharing them here, so that is exactly what I did for this on as well.

The end result? Amazing. Sooooo yummy and flavorful.

Stuffed Mushrooms With Spicy Cheese

Here is the recipe. 🙂

Stuffed Mushrooms With Spicy Cheese

First, wipe down the portobello mushrooms with a damp paper towel to clean off any dirt left on the mushrooms. Using your hands, cover each cap with olive oil and place on a baking sheet lined with aluminum foil. Sprinkle each cap with salt and pepper.

Stuffed Mushrooms With Spicy Cheese

Bake at 375 degrees for 7-8 minutes.

Cups will be full of excess water and olive oil after baking, so drain each cups and pat dry with a paper towel.

Next, start filling each cap with Boursin Monterey Jack & Spicy Pepper Cheese!

Stuffed Mushrooms With Spicy Cheese

TIP: Place Boursin cheese into a plastic baggie, seal and cut off a corner to create a piping bag!

Stuffed Mushrooms With Spicy Cheese

Aren’t they pretty?

Stuffed Mushrooms With Spicy Cheese

Since I will be serving these at Easter brunch, I displayed them on a bed of chives to look like grass. 🙂 My party guests should be impressed with this little trick.

Of course, a nice box of cracked pepper or wheat crackers also make the perfect partner to Boursin cheese, too! Throw in a great bottle of wine and you have a lovely pairing to elevate the spiciness of the cheese.

Stuffed Mushrooms With Spicy Cheese

Do you plan on having an Easter brunch in your home, too? Let Boursin cheeses help you at! Grab Boursin Garlic & Fine Herbs Cheese or Boursin Monterey Jack & Spicy Pepper Cheese Dip on your next shopping trip to Walmart!

Get more party tricks by visiting boursinpartytricks.com!

Happy Easter!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Boursin. The opinions and text are all mine.