Special Diet - Created Date : 3.10.2019

You understand? Not everyday. Like every day. This is different and th...

You understand? Not everyday. Like every day. This is different and th...



You understand? Not everyday. Like every day. This is different and therefore also completely acceptable. #itsscience #rhondadontask

I really wanted to make pizza because I have something for mushrooms and I wanted to make the pizza night a little more healthy and plant-based.

Although the traditional crusted pizza is nice, it looks like eating lingons, especially when filled with lycopene-rich tomato sauce and lots of vegetables and nutritional yeast. This was my (ultimate pizza) trick.

And guess what? A 1: 1 pizza swap, though, is a nice tempo change.

So how does it taste?

appetizing

Tender giving a little bite

Pizza-ish

Stuffed with tomato sauce (best part)

Vegetable Crisp

Perfect cheese from Vegan parmesan

Fresh

Healthy

Satisfying

& Not like you eat a loaf of bread.

Win win! If you make this cake, you should probably take a photo and tag it as #minimalistbakeron Instagram. If you do it, it would make me so happy. If you don't do it, it will upset me.

These are delicious! The Portobello preparation was easy (!) And we used the family's favorite, Trader Joe's Tomato Basil Marinara. Our vegetables contained fresh tomatoes, orange bell peppers and sweet onion (that's what I ate in the vegetable drawer). Next time we'll skip the oil (BTW, I can't pull the oil out of the bottle without oiling it, and I'm using a brass brush so I can't get it all wet) and try to press a little (vegan) pesto. Or we could use the pesto instead of tomato sauce. Other vegetables that we can try include canned artichoke, peas or sun-dried tomatoes. There are many possibilities of this recipe and it is still very easy and very tasty! Thank you!

Perfect stuff from you, buddy. I was counting on your stuff and you just

extremely spectacular. Actually, I really like what you get here.

what you mean and how

You make it fun and you keep going.

take care to stay sensible. I can not wait

Learn more from you. This is a really great website.

They were great! Before putting it in pizzas, I've sautéed some asparagus, red onions, yellow peppers and zucchini. We decided against the fungus reaction with mushroom. We used 3-tomato sauce from MarthaS. Parm cheese is loved even without hazelnuts due to allergies. Thanks!

Wow, I ran into your website. Excited to see other recipes. This one looks delicious and will be trying very soon. I love the first picture, I put it in my house! Very nice :)

Delicious. I substituted the grape seed instead of the olive oil that could catch fire at high temperatures; sliced ??wild carrots (at hand) used as vegetables; and the last few minutes added grated almond cheese for baking. Mmm. One person per person is not enough.

These are absolutely outstanding! I filled the same vegetables as mine with the addition of cabbage and red pepper. I think I'll do it with my baby portobellos for my son's second birthday. They were so good!



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