I do not like mushrooms! I can tolerate them on pizza, but I would have never imagined myself eating an entire Portobello mushroom cap, but that’s exactly what I did, and I LOVED it! I can’t take credit for this recipe because it was my mom who introduced me to this delicious Keto Portobello Crust Pizza! Thanks, mom.
We are visiting my family this weekend for an early Thanksgiving (I have a niece due around Thanksgiving) and my mom made these for lunch today. When she first told me what she was making, I figured I wouldn’t like this pizza recipe. Thankfully, I decided to go ahead and blog the recipe because I know we don’t all have the same tastes. I was so shocked that I even liked these, let alone loved them enough to add them to my “must make again” recipe box.
I have tried other keto pizza recipes, but none have been worth blogging about. This one is different. I beg you to try this even if you don’t like mushrooms.
Keto Portobello Mushroom Crust Pizza:
Nutrition Information: Serving Size: 2 Pizzas
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 444 Total Fat: 35g
All you need to do is preheat your oven to 350. Cook your sausage (any kind you like)
Grab your Portobello mushroom caps.
Wash them and cut off the stems.
Once you have your keto pizza crusts on the pan, get your other ingredients ready.
Add one tablespoon of low carb marinara to each mushroom cap.
Then add two tablespoons of sausage (choose your favorite)
Top your pizzas with cheese.
Place your pizzas in the oven and bake for 12-15 minutes.
Serve and enjoy!
Note: You can mix this recipe up any way you want. Just make sure you count your nutrition info for any changes you make.
Nutrition Information for Keto Portobello Mushroom Crust Pizza:
This is for 1 serving (2 pizzas)
Total Fat: 35g
Carbohydrates: 5g – 1g Fiber = 4 NET CARBS
Dietary Fiber 1g
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