17 Reviews

I used homemade spaghetti sauce. I used cheddar cheese instead of parmesan. For mine, I used red bell pepper and onion and for DH without onion. We liked this so much. It's so yummy. It's filling enough. It can be perfect with a salad on the side. Thanks Naren :) Made for Name that ingredient tag game

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Boomette May 19, 2013

I made this tonight with some homemade spaghetti sauce, topped with bell pepper, tomato, olives, and salami. It was so delicious, but I think it would have tasted even better with real pizza sauce, which I'll now make since I have something to use it on besides a pizza crust. This is such an incredibly versatile and easy recipe, I wish I'd discovered it sooner! The way I made it was 1 point, but I was very light on my toppings. Absolutely fantastic recipe! I'm going to share this at my next WW meeting!

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MonsterMaha January 13, 2010

This was an amazingly easy and tasty appetiser. I made as written, except for adding a little sliced eggplant and using pizza sauce instead of marinara. Everyone loved these low fat, gluten free pizzas. Thanks for sharing this keeper.

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Heydarl December 12, 2009

This is very good! I prepared this exactly as written using pizza sauce in place of the marinara. It's makes a lovely low cal. snack. Made for Healthy Choices Tag.

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Dreamer in Ontario August 23, 2009

5 star plus! I used medium salsa as the base - It is so easy and so good. Would make a lovely appetizer as well as a side dish for any meal. Thanks for adding a extra tasty flavor to my Sunday Brunch

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Bergy May 03, 2009

Yum and easy. I cooked green peppers, onions, turkey pepperoni, minced garlic, and zucchini in a skillet before putting them into the 'shroom. Then I topped with tomato sauce (seasoned myself with pizza seasonings) and fat-free cheese.

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yogiclarebear September 06, 2008

After dieting, dying for pizza, and running across this great idea, I had to try it- and I wasn't left dissapointed. I only did mozarella cheese and tomato sauce on top of the portabella mushroom, but it really gave you the feeling of pizza. It won't kill my pizza cravings, but it will help! I'm eager to experiment with toppings. On top of it all, its a great healthy snack no matter your diet restrictions. Thank you SO much for sharing!

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Courtney Elizabeth March 10, 2008

Loved this. I replaced all the dairy ingredients with non-dairy and instead of pizza sauce used sun dried tomato spread, and I used romano cheese instead of parmesan because I like the taste better. There is no limit to what you could put on here. Thanks for the great post.

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Chef Joey Z. February 19, 2008

I can admit I was afraid to try this, as I'm not fond of mushrooms. But the idea was so novel that I had to. I should have known anything covered in pasta sauce was bound to be good :) My only change was to leave out the peppers.

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vigilant20 January 28, 2008

This was super easy and tasted great! I had to use baby portabellos because thats all the store hand.

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T!Van January 25, 2008
Veggie Pizza "no Crust!!!"