Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 15 mins

This is a great pizza idea for people looking to cut back on carbs and fat. I tried it with a Hawaiian pizza (pineapples and canadian bacon) and it was awesome. I'm already thinking about my next creation. I'm thinkin' about a barbecue chicken pizza. I like to eat a lot and I ate two portobello mushroom pizzas and came out feeling a little full. Hope you all enjoy.


  1. Wash mushroom caps and let dry.
  2. Spray mushroom caps and heating tray with cooking spray.
  3. Place on tray with open end up.
  4. Layer sauce on cap and place your favorite toppings.
  5. Bake in preheated oven at 350F for 10-15 minutes.
Most Helpful

So, so, very, very good! Not only is this healthy, but the variations are endless, just like regular pizza. The cooking time was perfect, tool

Maggie, Cooking May 05, 2008

This worked great! Wonderful option when you have to go gluten free. I was dreading serving my family pizza and missing out on pizza night. Now I never have to miss pizza! Thanks for the great idea!

ChocolateMousse March 05, 2012

what a great idea! we loved it. used marina sauce, mozzarella cheese, diced onions, diced green bell peppers, and crumbled (cooked) italian sausage. yummy! didn't use cooking spray - just foil to line baking sheet. it's a keeper! thanks! update: I've made this last night using pepperoni, onions, and broccoli - delicious!

ChoCho August 01, 2009