To Die For Mushrooms

To Die For Mushrooms

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To Die For MushroomsIngredients:
2 pkgs white button mushrooms
2 packets dry hidden valley ranch mix
2 sticks butter
Diced onion (optional)

Clean up and cut bad ends off mushrooms. Add all ingredients into crock pot and cook low for an hour or so.

This is the first thing to disappear from any party table! Make lots!

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  1. These were delicious. I can’t wait to make these again.

    1. Amy Hanten says:

      Thanks Row! Glad you liked them! I love mushrooms! -Amy

  2. i made these for a poker party last weekend. was the first food to go. so delicious.
    love your irish beef stew. thanks for all the great recipes..

  3. James Jenneman says:

    I made these as a really quick and easy appetizer for a potluck at work. I just put everything in my Crock Pot in the morning, brought it to work, plugged it in, and they were ready by the time we were ready to party! A few things: “Normal” sized mushrooms can be pretty big…I would cut them in half. I didn’t use enough Ranch seasoning for my tastes. If you like really flavorful food, add more Ranch (or your own spices and seasonings!). With the leftovers, I put the crock in the fridge, and, once the butter hardened on the top, I got rid of most of it. Added some freezer burned steak that had gotten buried in the freezer, carrots and potatoes, and some other spices and herbs, and some chicken broth and let it cook on low in the slow cooker for about 11 hours. It made a reeeeally good beef stew 🙂

    1. Amy Hanten says:

      What a great idea! Thanks for sharing, James! -Amy

  4. Mitch Ryan says:

    Oh I love mushrooms, plus, it looks like it is very easy to cook. I love it.

  5. Jacqueline Graham says:

    OMG, these are amazing!

  6. Christina says:

    The mushrooms were a hit !! They’re great ! I used baby portobellos.

  7. Leah Bork says:

    I had two 24 oz pkgs of baby portobello mushrooms (from Sam’s Club) so I decided to stem them and cut in half. I also did a whole onion, 3 packets ranch mix and 3 sticks butter. They were fabulous! All my dinner guests thought they were excellent! I think I could of done 2 sticks butter though. I probably will try it again with white button mushrooms, but the portobello ones were so good!!

  8. This is a great recipe! I sprinkled some mozzarella and parm over the finished product. Family couldnt get enough!

  9. Audrey Brooks says:

    Sounds interesting but how big are the packages if mushrooms, and how large the onions?? What do you serve it with? crackers? toasted bread squares??

    1. Hi Audrey. I’ve emailed the gal who sent in the recipe. With all that butter I’d do two 16 ounce pkgs. button mushrooms and maybe half a of a small sliced onion. These are meant to be an appetizer all my themselves. Just use toothpicks and dig in. Also great over steaks! Yum! -Amy

      1. Debbie Wranosky says:

        After Christmas I had a few left over and put the over chickens breasts and baked them. The chicken was great!!!