Portobello Mushroom Pizza

I am not including any nutritional info for this because there are so many different options for topping a pizza, not to mention, the different sizes of the mushrooms available.

What I did for this picture is cut off the stem of the portobello mushroom, scrape the dark gills out of the inside.

Top with a little pizza sauce.

I added crumbled sausage right on top of the sauce, then covered with mozzarella cheese and topped with pepperoni.

Bake at 400 degree oven for anywhere from 15-25 minutes depending on the size of the mushroom and the amount of toppings.

I also like to broil the top for just a minute to get that slightly browned cheese.

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10 thoughts on “Portobello Mushroom Pizza

  1. I have made these before and varied the toppings. I am going to post on my blog about this and put a link to your post too!
    Thank you so much for posting this. I will also point my friends that are into the low carb foods your way!

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  2. I lived one these the first few weeks, I like to put a little of butter with minced garlic instead of the pizza sauce. My DH would make sure to find me the biggest ports he could. Gotta love the DH’s.

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  3. You can also use the mushroom as the base for a burger type of thing with a pattie, mayo, tomato, lettuce, etc on top….saw that on Rachel Ray about a year ago…

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