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Easy Keto Lasagna Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms

I’ve noticed this pin for Easy Keto Lasagna Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms has been one of my most popular pins for weeks. Portobello lasagna? I know mushrooms and sausage aren’t standard lasagna ingredients, so I tried not to get too hung up on that. Instead, I told myself the mushrooms replaced the noodles, and the sausage was seasoned whereas ground beef isn’t. This recipe would cut down the time and work that goes into a lasagna. What’s not to like about that?

By the way, I’m not on the keto diet, I’m just reviewing this recipe because it sounds delicious. But if keto is for you, you might want to check out The 9 Best Keto Meal Delivery Services of 2020 at The Spruce. Get the skinny (pun intended 😜) on keto meal delivery services that will help you be healthier and make your life a little easier.

Easy Keto Lasagna Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms will be a new family favorite! All the flavors of your favorite classic comfort food in a low carb and fun to eat package!

Recipe Author: Mellissa Sevigny at I Breathe I’m Hungry
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The Ingredients

There were only a few ingredients for this portobello lasagna recipe, and none were overly expensive or hard to find. My husband and I are not on the keto diet, so I did lighten things up a bit. I used low-fat cheese and mild turkey sausage to cut down on the fat.

Easy Keto Lasagna Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms Ingredients
Portobello mushrooms, mozzarella cheese, parsley, marinara sauce, Italian sausage, and ricotta cheese

The Process

What’s better than having clear instructions for a recipe? Step by step photos and an accompanying video to show you how to make it. They made making this recipe so easy and anxiety-free.

It took me 15 minutes to get my portobello lasagna (or should that be lasagnas?) ready to go into the oven. They baked for 40 minutes, and the smell about drove me crazy. I couldn’t wait for them to be done!

I did find one of the smaller mushroom caps overflowed during baking. Make sure to buy the largest portobello mushrooms you can find. Alternatively, the amount of cheese and marinara could be reduced slightly.

Another thing I noticed was there was a lot of liquid in the baking sheet when I took it out of the oven. It didn’t seem to have any adverse effect on the mushrooms, but they did drip a lot. I think I’ll try putting them on wire baking racks next time to allow the liquid to drain away.

Stuffed mushrooms on a sheet pan
Getting ready to bake the stuffed mushrooms

So how was it?

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Just wow! All the cheesy goodness of lasagna without a lot of the time and effort. This recipe is such a clever idea and only requires a few ingredients. I used low-fat ricotta and mozzarella along with mild Italian turkey sausage to cut down on fat and calories (I’m not on the keto diet). Full fat or no, this recipe has tons of flavor and lasagna-like texture. Plus it’s much quicker and easier to put together than it’s noodle-based namesake and it's ready in under an hour.
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