Are you wondering what to serve with stuffed mushrooms? Then you have come to the right place!
Stuffed mushrooms are an amazing party food that you can easily pop in your mouth. The juicy mushrooms and creamy filling are irresistible!
Mushrooms are also quite healthy. They are full of vitamin D, potassium, and other minerals your body needs.
Now the question is what to serve with stuffed mushrooms that will be just as incredible as the mushrooms themselves?
We have the answer for you! In fact, we have fifteen different sides that are all delicious with stuffed mushrooms.
Side Dishes For Stuffed Mushrooms
Stuffed mushrooms are often an appetizer or side dish. A heartier main course can go great with stuffed mushrooms. A protein-packed entree may be exactly what you are looking for.
On the other hand, you may want to choose a lighter side dish. A simple salad can pair perfectly with stuffed mushrooms and give you a lighter meal.
You should also consider other appetizer-style foods. Bite-sized dishes can complement stuffed mushrooms in both size, style, and flavor.
Take a look at our list of incredible side dishes for stuffed mushrooms. You are sure to find a food that suits your taste and make your stuffed mushroom meal complete!
1. Chicken Parmesan
Our Simple Green Moms simple chicken parmesan is a great dish to complete your stuffed mushroom meal. This delicious, saucy chicken parm is especially great when making Italian-style stuffed mushrooms.
Rather than use breadcrumbs, we use shredded parmesan cheese to coat the meat. This makes the chicken parmesan a little healthier and easier to make.
No need to spend hours breading the meat!
Use the marinara sauce for your stuffed mushrooms as well. Mushrooms covered in marinara can be a delicious dish.
2. French Onion Soup
A big bowl of warm French onion soup is the perfect way to complete your stuffed mushroom meal. We love this recipe from Recipe Tin Eats, which is so packed with onions that you will get them in every single bite.
The French onion soup recipe starts by sauteing onions in butter and garlic. The caramelized onions continue to soften and cook in the beef broth, getting sweeter and softer.
Top the soup with a piece of cheese bread. The cheesy bread compliments the grated cheese in your mushroom recipe. You can never have enough cheese!
3. Baked Clams
Baked clams are a great side dish to serve alongside your shrooms. Both of these bite-sized finger foods are great for passed appetizers or to display on a buffet table.
Simply Recipes has an amazing recipe for baked clams. The clam bellies are removed from the shell and finely chopped.
The shellfish are tossed with butter, onions, parsley, and breadcrumbs. Add a little garlic powder for some extra flavor.
The clams are served right in the shell for an easy-to-serve dish.
4. Garlic Bread
A warm piece of garlic bread is always a perfect side dish. This perfect, golden-brown garlic bread from The Cookie Rookie is one of our favorite side dishes on this list!
French bread is covered in butter, olive oil, and fresh garlic. A sprinkle of fresh parsley and grated parmesan cheese adds a little extra delicious flavor.
You can butter and season the garlic bread in advance to save some mealtime prep time. However, only bake the garlic bread right before you are ready to eat it. It is definitely best when served hot out of the oven.
5. Spaghetti Squash
Spaghetti squash is incredibly easy to make. It is the perfect main dish to pair with your stuffed fungi.
Follow the directions from Cookie and Kate to make a perfectly cooked spaghetti squash. All you need to do is cut the squash in half, drizzle it with a little olive oil and then bake it in the oven!
Once the spaghetti squash is baked, shred it with a fork to make beautiful, long spaghetti-like strands. Toss the veggie spaghetti with some butter and grated parmesan cheese to complete the dish.
6. Pasta Salad
Pasta salad is one of the best make-ahead dishes. Pasta salad is actually best when made a day or two ahead of time because the flavors of the dish get to marinate and grow.
This recipe from Spend With Pennies will show you exactly how to make a perfect pasta salad.
Tri-colored pasta noodles are cooked then tossed with salami, cheese, colorful vegetables, and Italian vinaigrette. Try using sun-dried tomatoes in place of fresh tomatoes or prosciutto in place of salami.
Add your chopped mushroom stalks to the salad, so they do not get wasted. These little twists will make a whole new recipe designed with your taste buds in min.
7. Cheesy Biscuits
These cheesy garlic biscuits from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe may be the best biscuits we have ever tried. They pair well with just about anything!
A sot biscuit dough is mixed together and then scooped onto a sheet tray. The biscuits bake in the oven until perfectly golden brown. Cook them fresh on the day you intend to serve them for the best, most flavorful results.
You can skip the garlic if you want to focus on the cheese flavors. However, the garlic does mimic the garlicky flavors in most stuffed mushrooms recipes.
8. Mozzarella Sticks
Have you ever tried making your own mozzarella sticks? You definitely should! This recipe from Fifteen Spatulas will show you how to cook fantastic mozzarella sticks from scratch.
Mozzarella sticks and stuffed mushrooms are two classic side dishes. They go well together and are both great finger foods.
Fry your mozzarella sticks right before you’d like to serve them. They are definitely best when served fresh. Keep the cheese sticks warm in an oven set to medium heat while you are cooking the whole batch.
Bake the mozzarella sticks instead of frying to lower saturated fat.
9. Stuffed Chicken
Stuffed chicken is a fantastic main dish to serve with your favorite fungi. This broccoli and cheese stuffing from I Wash You Dry is one of the best we have ever tried.
A mixture of cheese, broccoli florets, bell peppers, and creamy mayonnaise are tossed together. Stuff the mix into thick meat and then cook.
Try adding some chopped bacon to the stuffing mixture. Bacon adds a salty taste and a nice crunch. Everyone will want to eat a serving of bacon chicken!
Sprinkle the meat with a little paprika for a little extra flavor.
Popular recipes like this are great for serving large groups or crowds. It is sure to put a smile on everyone’s face!
10. Twice Baked Potatoes
Creamy, twice-baked potatoes may be the perfect answer to what to serve with stuffed mushrooms. They are great as a side dish or on the plate for the main course. This recipe from Cooking Classy is one of our favorite recipes.
Bake the potatoes until they are soft and tender. Try to make stuffed mushrooms while the potatoes bake. This will save you some prep time in the kitchen!
The baked potato is scooped into a bowl and mixed with sour cream, half and half bacon, and seasonings. The potatoes cook and brown again.
Serve the potatoes hot alongside your mushrooms. This is one of those side dish recipes everyone loves.
12. Spinach Salad
A spinach salad may be the perfect dish to compliment a stuffed mushrooms recipe that uses spinach in the filling. Using spinach in multiple parts of the meal can make it cohesive and also healthy!
Our Simple Green Moms spinach and asparagus salad is truly amazing. The sweet strawberries, tender baby spinach, and salty goat cheese are a perfect combination.
Pop your stuffed mushrooms in the oven to bake, then work on tossing the salad. You can make this recipe while the mushrooms cook.
13. Mushroom Soup
If you are a mushroom lover, then you should definitely try this delicious roasted mushroom soup from Damn Delicious. It is one of the most popular recipes on our list, and it is clear why. It is just so good!
This soup can be served as a main course or as a side dish. You can make it in advance, but it is definitely best served hot.
Try sprinkling the soup with a little chopped bacon or fresh veggies to add some color to the plate. Some cooked rice will help make the soup a heartier meal. However, the soup is tasty exactly as the recipe is written!
14. Sundried Tomato Pesto
Sundried tomato pesto is a great side that has an Italian flair, just like your mushrooms! You can use the pesto to top pasta or spread it across a piece of bread.
You can even dip your mushroom into the pesto! It is one of the most versatile side dishes on our list.
We love this sundried tomato pesto from Lemon Tree Dwelling. Sun-dried tomatoes are pureed with basil, parmesan, olive oil, and pine nuts.
The mix is pulsed until finely chopped. Use a spoon to stir the mix and spread it onto your favorite Italian bread. You can even use the pesto as a pizza sauce!
Try replacing the pine nuts with almonds. Other recipes for pesto use extra pepper for a spicier bite. Adjust the recipe a little to suit your personal tastes. Flexible side dishes are the best!
15. Italian Sausage Onions and Peppers
This recipe for Italian sausage onions and peppers is the perfect way to make a complete meal. A scoop of hot peppers and sausage served with delicious stuffed mushrooms is exactly what you need!
Primavera Kitchen will show you how to make this perfect meal. Use spicy or mild meat to make the dish suited to your personal tastes. You can even use a mix of sausages to make everyone in your family happy!
Be sure to use a mixture of colored peppers to make a colorful, tasty meal. Stir everything together, and then serve the dish right in the pan. Side dishes that can be made in one pan are definitely our favorites!
Use a spoon to scoop the meat dinner over rice or pasta. It is also delicious plain. This is the ultimate Italian meat dinner to pair with your favorite mushrooms and breadcrumbs.
Amazing Side Dishes to Serve With Your Stuffed Mushrooms Recipe
We know that many of these recipes will go great with your favorite stuffed mushrooms. From side dishes to main dish options, we have them all!
Let us know which recipes are your favorites! Enjoy.