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Top 10 Mushroom Recipes

By May 14, 2015 March 4th, 2017 egg free, gluten free, mushrooms

Top 10 Mushroom Recipes

 TESTIMONY OF THE DAY

Photo Client Testimony Update! “Dear Craig and Maria, I hope you are both doing well and that the weather in your neck of the woods is getting as nice as here in Montreal, Canada…

This is a very special email for me to write… A few days ago, I noticed my weight loss had not only stalled but my weight was actually creeping back up. I also noticed that my appetite was increasing and that I was more tired throughout the day and was really looking forward to napping when I got home from work. Although my weight loss had stalled, my husband kept telling me that I looked amazing and I seem to be getting slimmer…

Then I got my answer… I’m pregnant!!! After two failed pregnancies and months trying to conceive again, this came as the most wonderful surprise of all and I know, deep down in my gut, that your keto-adapted way of eating is one of the main reasons why we’ve finally been successful. I am still in the early stages of my pregnancy but I know, this time around, we will be cuddling and kissing this baby’s forehead in a few months time…

Again, thank you so much for all you do for all of us… You change so many lives, I hope you realize how precious you are!” – Ellie

All my meal plan packages are on SALE now! 

Top 10 Mushroom Recipes

 

 MOREL MUSHROOMS

I love to be in the woods. Most people don’t realize what an introvert I am. There is nothing I love more than to explore in nature. I’m not even sure if I love morel mushrooms as mush as I love baby portobellos but the idea of foraging for food is so exciting when it comes to morels since they are so difficult to find.

Top 10 Mushroom Recipes

If you have never been able to find them understand that I spend hours a day looking for them during the short season and often find nothing or just a bunch of ticks, deer sheds and bones under an Eagles next (did you know Eagles mate for life?).

Last year I found so many I didn’t know what to do with all of them. But they never grow on the same stem once they are picked. This year I only found 6 on Mother’s Day but I made a tasty Chicken Mushroom Stew with them.

Anyway, my find inspired me to do a round up of my favorite mushroom recipes. If you do not have morels in your fridge any mushroom will work for these recipes.

Top 10 Mushroom Recipes

 

1. Brown Butter Morels (or other mushroom) from Maria Mind Body Health.

Top 10 Mushroom Recipes

2. Mushroom and Sage Rolled Turkey Breast by All Day I Dream About Food.

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3. Deep Fried Mushrooms by Peace Love and Low Carb

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 4. Italian Style Baked Mushrooms by Keto Diet

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5. Stir Fried Wild Maitake Mushrooms by Low Carb Yum

6. The Heater aka Texas Cheese Steak Wrap with Mushrooms by Fluffy Chix Cook

7. Mushroom Risotto by Maria Mind Body Health (also includes a video of me making it on television).

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8. French Onion Stuffed Mushrooms by Holistically Engineered

Top 10 Mushroom Recipes

9. Smoked Gouda Souffles w/ Sautee’d Mushrooms by Breathe I’m Hungry

Top 10 Mushroom Recipes

10. Cream of Mushroom Soup by Maria Mind Body Health

Top 10 Mushroom Recipes

Maria Emmerich

About Maria Emmerich

Maria is a wellness expert who has helped clients follow a Ketogenic lifestyle to heal and lose weight for over 20 years. She has helped thousands of clients get healthy, get off medications and heal their bodies; losing weight is just a bonus. She is the international best selling author of several books including "Keto: The Complete Guide to Success on the Ketogenic Diet.".

26 Comments

  • Congrats on the pregnancy! 🙂

  • momof8 says:

    long time fan and owner of all your books and almost everything else…took kids to pediatrician yesterday…they are healthy …just want to keep “established” relationship for many reason. 3 of the 4 have low iron. not under the norms but at the bottom of the rung. pediatrician says give them all a multi with iron. we eat grass fed beef several times a week. tried to add liver and organ meat but do not like the taste. we have lots of green leafy vegetable ….IF I decide to all add a multi with iron, any brand recommendations? Pediatrician actually flintstones or any one that says “complete.” Of course, I am not doing that…we do not eat dyes, preservatives, artificial anything…my kids do not eat keto but they are mostly grain-free, lower carb….organic, etc…I am KETO and loving it…

  • Melinda says:

    What a sweet testimony…Congratulations! Maria, God has given you a gift that has blessed so many.

  • Trisha says:

    Ellie, so happy for you, congratulations. Prayers for a healthy pregnancy and safe delivery!

  • Hannah says:

    All these mushroom recipes look amazing!

    I have been contemplating the purchase of your Keto-90 Complete Package and was wondering how many of the recipes use cow/beef? I have not eaten beef for literally my entire life (my mother raised me this way) and I would like to continue this way if possible. I understand it may be difficult to substitute beef as it is high in fat content. I do eat pork and poultry. I was just wondering if the Keto-90 plan would still be worth it and about how many recipes use beef. Thank you for taking the time to answer.

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      Thanks! The Advanced Keto plans included in the Keto-90 package have a lot of recipe options without beef. I think you can definitely make it work. There are a lot of recipes to choose from in the Keto-90. 🙂

  • Jrel says:

    After reading through the 30 Day Advanced, I notice you do not subtract fiber content from vegetables. Is this only for vegetables or do you practice not subtracting fiber at all for a total daily count in keeping keto?

  • Jrel says:

    So, to clarify, if a recipe has 5 gr carbs but 4 gr fiber, I need to total 5 gr carbs for my day? The article just points out specifically that you don’t subtract fiber from “vegetable” carbs and too much fiber can affect ketosis. I’m just a little taken back as everyone is giving recipes that give net carbs and not total as though the net it what we r to use. So it’s not just vegetable carbs?

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      For weight loss I count total carbs. If you are more in maintenance they you might be able to get away with net carbs but my experience with clients is you will reach your goals and lose weight faster counting total carbs. 😉

  • Amy says:

    “Every good and perfect gift is from God above,” James 1:17. Congratulations, Ellie! Maria, continue to allow God to use you to help others, as you are doing!

  • Jrel says:

    Thank u for all your research, recipes, and advice

  • Wendy says:

    Maria, would ever consider doing a story on the benefits of green tea? What type to buy, country of origin, organic or not, etc? I know some green teas can have toxic metals and I’m not sure what to buy. Also, I absolutely love Matcha tea and wonder if it has carbs. I would love to drink it all day but I’m not sure if it fits in a Keto Adapted diet. Thanks for all that you do for us!

  • Wenchypoo says:

    Why not combine the spiralizer with mushrooms–by using the larger, hardier types? I use King Oyster mushrooms (bought from an Asian market) and a food processor–sorry, no spiralizer here. I cut the King Oysters in half, and lay them sideways in the food processor chute. Using the French fry blade, I make thick “noodles” with them–from there, boil them or not (your choice–people say an hour of boiling will yield a texture more closely resembling pasta).

    I’ve also done the same thing using the grater blade, but the “noodles” must be used raw here, as heat tends to make the slender shavings shrivel up and disappear. Grated and marinated, though, is A-OK in salads.

    If I had a spiralizer, I’d be using it on these mushrooms very frequently.

  • Darlene says:

    I thought of you when I was digging ramps in the woods this morning. Wish I had mushrooms too! Yum!

  • Jolena Foster says:

    Thank you Maria for the mushroom recipes. I’m doing the Keto 30 Accelerated meal plan right now, but when I’m done with that I’ll be fixing some of the mushroom recipes for sure. Thanks also for what you do for us. Keep doing what you do. 🙂