Slow Cooker Italian Mushrooms Recipe

Slow Cooker Italian Mushrooms Recipe

Did you know you can make mushrooms in a slow cooker that taste just as good as sautéed mushrooms?  It's true!  These easy Italian mushrooms go with steak, chicken, or fish, but their so good you find yourself eating them right out of the crockpot!

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