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portobello mushroom pizzas

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Ok, so...pizza! Who doesn’t enjoy pizza? Pizza on portobello mushrooms? What’s better than that?! Packed with vital nutrients with all the flavor but none of the guilt.

Serves
Prep 10 Mins
Cook 20 Mins
Active 0 Mins
Total 30 Mins
Easy
  • Cuisine: Italian
  • Category: Dinner,Lunch
How To Prepare
  • Mise en Place
  • 1. Gather all ingredients and prepare as listed.  

    2. Remove stems of Portobellos and gently rub with a damp cloth to clean.

  • Make Cashew Basil Cheese
  • 1. Place all ingredients (cashews, sea salt, basil, garlic, nutritional yeast, miso and lemon juice) into a food processor

    2. Process until smooth, stopping to scrape sides of processor as necessary.

    3. Taste and adjust seasonings as needed.

  • Make the Pizzas
  • 1. Preheat oven by setting it to broil. Take a baking sheet and cover with aluminum foil for easy clean up. Place portobellos ‘belly’ side up on the baking sheet.

    2. Spoon about 2 tablespoons of pizza sauce into each mushroom. Now spoon about 2 – 4 teaspoons of Cashew Basil Cheese on top of the pizza sauce.

    3. Top the portobellos with remaining ingredients, sprinkle with fresh basil and/or italian seasoning and a sprinkle of dried red pepper flake.

    4. Broil in the oven on the bottom rack for about 10-12 minutes, watching closely as broiler temperatures vary. Serve immediately and enjoy.

1
Mise en Place
Ingredients
Never cook with Extra Virgin Olive Oil or Extra Virgin Coconut Oil. The smoke point is too low and the oil breaks down turning into carcinogens. Refined Olive Oil or Coconut Oil have smoke points around 400 F and are fine to cook with.
Never cook with Extra Virgin Olive Oil or Extra Virgin Coconut Oil. The smoke point is too low and the oil breaks down turning into carcinogens. Refined Olive Oil or Coconut Oil have smoke points around 400 F and are fine to cook with.

1. Gather all ingredients and prepare as listed.  

2. Remove stems of Portobellos and gently rub with a damp cloth to clean.

2
Make Cashew Basil Cheese
Never cook with Extra Virgin Olive Oil or Extra Virgin Coconut Oil. The smoke point is too low and the oil breaks down turning into carcinogens. Refined Olive Oil or Coconut Oil have smoke points around 400 F and are fine to cook with.
Never cook with Extra Virgin Olive Oil or Extra Virgin Coconut Oil. The smoke point is too low and the oil breaks down turning into carcinogens. Refined Olive Oil or Coconut Oil have smoke points around 400 F and are fine to cook with.

1. Place all ingredients (cashews, sea salt, basil, garlic, nutritional yeast, miso and lemon juice) into a food processor

2. Process until smooth, stopping to scrape sides of processor as necessary.

3. Taste and adjust seasonings as needed.

3
Make the Pizzas
Never cook with Extra Virgin Olive Oil or Extra Virgin Coconut Oil. The smoke point is too low and the oil breaks down turning into carcinogens. Refined Olive Oil or Coconut Oil have smoke points around 400 F and are fine to cook with.
Never cook with Extra Virgin Olive Oil or Extra Virgin Coconut Oil. The smoke point is too low and the oil breaks down turning into carcinogens. Refined Olive Oil or Coconut Oil have smoke points around 400 F and are fine to cook with.

1. Preheat oven by setting it to broil. Take a baking sheet and cover with aluminum foil for easy clean up. Place portobellos ‘belly’ side up on the baking sheet.

2. Spoon about 2 tablespoons of pizza sauce into each mushroom. Now spoon about 2 – 4 teaspoons of Cashew Basil Cheese on top of the pizza sauce.

3. Top the portobellos with remaining ingredients, sprinkle with fresh basil and/or italian seasoning and a sprinkle of dried red pepper flake.

4. Broil in the oven on the bottom rack for about 10-12 minutes, watching closely as broiler temperatures vary. Serve immediately and enjoy.

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