Mushroom canapes, small bites are all you need:)

Mushroom canapes, small bites are all you need:)

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These are divine and thank God they are just a mouthful portion because you could end up eating the whole plate if you are not careful!

Great to make when you have guests and what better way to tease their appetite pre dinner than these bite sized snacks. Or if you are wanting to have something small to compliment a lunch or dinner, then these are just perfect, plus they are super easy to make.

Ingredients:

Makes around 15 canapes

1 packet of baby mushrooms plus 3-4 chopped mushrooms

1tbsp of olive oil

1 diced garlic clove

100g of curly kale (chopped and stems removed)

3tbsp finely chopped parsley

1 large tomato, diced

2tbsp soft goats cheese (optional, I didn’t use)

1. Firstly heat the oven to 170 degrees celsius (340 degrees farenheit)

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2.Here you need to connect to your softer side and gently scoop the middles of the mushrooms. And trust me you got to be gentle because you are dealing with wee little mushrooms. Don’t throw the inside, you will need them later.

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3.heat olive oil in a pan and saute the garlic for about a minute, add the diced mushrooms plus the bits you scooped out with the curly kale and parsley and stir for 2 minutes.

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4. Stir in the tomato for about a minute. If you are using goats cheese, add this as the final ingredient.

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5.Finally scopp the mixture into the baby mushrooms and pop into the oven for about 10-15 minutes.

6. Canepes are served

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These healthy bite sized mush are gluten and dairy-free and full of healthy goodies. Kale is rich in iron and calcium.

Instead of mushrooms, you can use baby yellow squash which are super healthy, packed with antioxidants and beta-carotene to ward off environmental skin damage.

Pop your comments below, would love to hear your views:)

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