Stuffed Peppers – Easy And Light Dinner

Autumn is a beautiful season. It is colourful, a little bit chiller than during the previous month, but there is still enough sunshine, and the market is full with fresh fruit and vegetables, traditionally associated with this time of the year.

I like preparing and serving peppers. You can find them in different colours – red, yellow, green, orange, which means the dish you make would be not only delicious, but also very nice to look at.

Today I am presenting a recipe for stuffed peppers – one easy recipe suitable for the whole family. Enjoy it as a vegetarian main dish with a nice salad or as a side dish to accompany the roast you’ve prepared.

Stuffed and baked peppers are very delicious – sweet and smoky, with the added deliciousness from the cheese, this meal would be hard to ignore when the aromas from the cooking fill up the room.

Try it yourself!

Stuffed Peppers Stuffed peppers

Ingredients (for 3-4 servings):

  • 4-5 peppers – red, yellow, orange, green

  • 100gr crème cheese

  • 100gr mushrooms

  • 5-6tbsp mayonnaise

  • 100gr cheddar cheese, grated

  • 50gr butter

  • 2 garlic cloves, finely cut

  • salt and black pepper


  1. Prepare the mushrooms for the stuffing: wash and cut them in small pieces, melt the butter in a pot and fry the mushrooms for 7-10minutes until all the liquid disappears. Season with salt and black pepper

  2. Wash the peppers, cut the stem and remove the seeds. Cut the peppers in half lengthwise through the middle

  3. Prepare the stuffing by mixing all the ingredients – crème cheese, mushrooms, mayonnaise, cheddar cheese, garlic. Season

  4. Using a spoon, fill the peppers’ halves with the filling and bake in a pre-heated oven at 200°C for 20-25 minutes or until golden-brown on top

Enjoy the autumn colours and flavours!

Try this colourful and delicious recipe and if you have any suggestions and/or recommendations, leave a comment below.

Have a lovely day!


  1. A Habil

    Wow this is an amazing simple recipe to follow, how I wish you can show it either in video or by step by step picture guide. I am not that talented when it involved something to do in the kitchen.

    May I know, can I use other type of cheese? I have parmesan and mozzarella in my fridge, no cheddar, is there any particular reason why you use cheddar? If I can use whatever in my fridge it will be great,


    1. Ellie

      Hi Habil, thank you for your comments. I would try adding more pictures next time I make this recipe.

      You can use both the mozzarella and parmesan cheeses (mix them) when preparing this recipe, but use less mayonnaise (if any) because mozzarella cheese is really creamy. I’ve used cheddar mainly because my kids love the cheese and because it gives a creamy salty taste to the meal.

      Hope you like the dish.

      All the best,


  2. Martina

    This sounds like a yummy way to prepare bell peppers! I have seen a few stuffed bell pepper recipes, but didnt want to invest the time or effort due to the fact that I would probably be the only one to eat it in my house (my 3 small kids wont touch them, and my husband acts like a child with certain foods haha.) This sounds simple enough to prep for myself to enjoy! Thanks!

    1. Ellie

      Hi Martina. I understand what you mean when you say your kids won’t eat peppers, but my fussy 3-year old eater just loves it when I prepare stuffed peppers, especiallynif there is cheese there ascwell. Try it and you might be surprised. If not, you would have a light lunch for yourself readybfor the next day.

      All the best


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