Portobello Mushroom Pizzas

Ingredients 6 to 8 Portobello Mushrooms 1 tbsp virgin olive oil Sea Salt, ground black pepper, cayenne pepper to taste, garlic granules 2 cups of chopped kale and ¼ cup chopped fresh basil 3 garlic cloves minced + 1 onion chopped 1 ¼ lbs ground pork sausage 2 cups basil organic spaghetti sauce ⅓ tsp dried basil, ⅓ tsp dried oregano, 1 tsp chili peppers, and other seasonings you like to add - spice it up! 6 slices mozzarella cheese + ½ cup grated fresh parmesan Directions Preheat oven to broiling. Clean mushrooms, remove stems, chop stems. Brush olive oil inside the cap of each mushroom, sprinkle with sea salt and pepper and broil for 5 minutes inside up.  Remove from oven and reduce heat to 350F.  Mix ground pork, sea salt, pepper, garlic, onion and diced mushrooms in a bowl.  Add to medium saucepan and cook until browned.  Add Kale and Basil to pork mixture and cook until wilted. Add spaghetti sauce and basil and oregano to pan and cook until warm.  Distribute meat mixture evenly into the mushroom caps.  Sprinkle each mushroom with grated parmesan and a slice of mozzarella.  Return to oven and cook for 3 to 5 minutes until cheese melts.  Remove from oven and enjoy!

Ingredients

6 to 8 Portobello Mushrooms

1 tbsp virgin olive oil

Sea Salt, ground black pepper, cayenne pepper to taste, garlic granules

2 cups of chopped kale and ¼ cup chopped fresh basil

3 garlic cloves minced + 1 onion chopped

1 ¼ lbs ground pork sausage

2 cups basil organic spaghetti sauce

⅓ tsp dried basil, ⅓ tsp dried oregano, 1 tsp chili peppers, and other seasonings you like to add - spice it up!

6 slices mozzarella cheese + ½ cup grated fresh parmesan

Directions

Preheat oven to broiling. Clean mushrooms, remove stems, chop stems. Brush olive oil inside the cap of each mushroom, sprinkle with sea salt and pepper and broil for 5 minutes inside up.  Remove from oven and reduce heat to 350F.  Mix ground pork, sea salt, pepper, garlic, onion and diced mushrooms in a bowl.  Add to medium saucepan and cook until browned.  Add Kale and Basil to pork mixture and cook until wilted. Add spaghetti sauce and basil and oregano to pan and cook until warm.  Distribute meat mixture evenly into the mushroom caps.  Sprinkle each mushroom with grated parmesan and a slice of mozzarella.  Return to oven and cook for 3 to 5 minutes until cheese melts.  Remove from oven and enjoy!

Happy January 23, 2017!  So happy to get back to blogging and would love to have you all follow and comment if you want.  Made this Gluten Free recipe tonight and the family loved it.  Portobello Mushrooms - so flavorful and delicious.  I actually discovered this recipe on an app/subscription service I am trying out this month and I LOVE it so far.    However, the above recipe is my photo and my twist on this recipe so I was inspired to take a photo and learn how to post a recipe on here and then make a recipe card.  Still trying to figure out how to add a "print friendly" button, but that will come with time.  So much I want to do, so little time! Anyhow, the menu planning app/website I am using so far for a week is RealPlans and it is AWESOME.  Really cool concept.  Does have a monthly fee, but I think this will be worth it with all this does.  It totally puts a menu plan together based on your preferences, a time line, shopping list, and you can modify.  So easy to shop with the app and check things off too!  You can select a store you like to go to as well.  Really awesome idea! And they have a Facebook user group too, so you can exchange ideas as well or make suggestions.  Highly impressed so far with this site though! Click below to check out their site!  Download the app too!

 

I have been trying to figure out what I wanted to do for soooo long and finally settled on pursuing my Health Coach Certificate this year.  So many awesome programs out there, but I decided to start my path with the Health Coach Institute.  So, I am starting studying this week and will be able to take some of my first clients on by week 8.  By the end of 6 months, I will have obtained my actual certification. 

Anyhow, just felt it was a good thing to share what I am currently doing and hoping to build as time goes on.  I've been so passionate about food and diet and fitness for so long, and decided that I should be working along these lines.  So, stay tuned as I study and learn and I'll try to blog along the way and tell you my thoughts!