This is an amazingly delicious Weight Watchers Mushroom Pizza Recipe that I found that is SO good, no one will ever know that it’s low calorie, and actually quite a healthy pizza recipe. It’s a great low calorie pizza recipe to serve as a main dish, or to serve as an appetizer! They look and taste delicious and are really quite easy to make. And you can easily substitute the mushrooms and shallots for just about any veggie of choice. Try it with onions, olives, green peppers, eggplant, basil, tomatoes, spinach, or even squash! This Weight Watchers pizza recipe is a must try!

Weight Watchers Grilled Mushroom Pizza Recipe

8 oz fresh shiitake mushroom, stems removed, caps wiped clean with a damp towel, quartered
6 medium shallot(s), peeled, quartered and chopped
1 tbsp olive oil
1/4 tsp table salt
1 spray(s) cooking spray
1/2 cup(s) pizza sauce, or tomato sauce
4 medium whole wheat tortilla(s)
1 tsp dried oregano
1/8 pound(s) provolone cheese, about 4 thin slices
4 tsp grated Parmesan cheese, Parmigiano-Reggiano recommended

Preheat oven to 450ºF. In a large bowl, toss together mushrooms, shallots, oil and salt; spread on a sheet pan in a single layer and lightly coat with cooking spray. Roast until vegetables are crispy, about 12 to 15 minutes; remove from oven and set aside. (Or grill the vegetables in a grilling basket.) Heat an outdoor grill or a grill pan over medium-high heat. To make pizzas, spread 2 tablespoons of sauce on each tortilla; sprinkle each with 1/4 teaspoon of oregano. Top each with 1 slice of cheese that has been torn into pieces, 1 teaspoon of Parmesan and 1/4 of vegetable mixture. Place pizzas on grill or grill pan (you may have to do this in batches depending on the size of your grill pan), and cook until edges begin to brown, about 3 to 4 minutes; rotate pizza. Continue cooking until cheese is bubbly, about 2 to 3 minutes more.

Serving Size = 1 Pizza
Each Serving = 5 Weight Watchers Points


  1. I pinned it because the pizza looks great…… But why did you not post the photo….seriously you could at least put up a photo of what it should look like as we know what its suppose to look like when its done. For future references TAKE A PHOTO please and thank you.

  2. I love your web site. I don’t care what the picture looks like, just so the recipe is right and the points are on there. Would like to see you post the ingredients so we can calculate the new correct points.

  3. I love laa loosh, but I too believe the picture is misleading and should be removed. It’s false advertising, plain and simple. Don’t take this too harsh, because I mean it with sincerity and kindness, but please don’t fall into deceiving your readers. As a blogger/writer myself, this is possibly one of the worst things you could do next to plagiarism and using someones content without permission.

    • I’m sorry, but I don’t agree with you. I like the pictures. I like to see if it looks good and what it will kind of look like. A lot of recipes are out there with pictures and the pictures can also be a little different then when you yourself make it. Please leave the pictures

  4. So although you stated “The photo is just for reference — it is not of the actual recipe. It’s just so you can get an general idea of how the pizza should look” the recipe also doesn’t call for basil, yet is covered in basil! Perhaps in future you should at the very least use photos that have the SAME INGREDIENTS, as others have already pointed out that the crust is also not tortilla as the recipe calls for. Kind of a crappy bait-and-switch technique to get hits on your site.

    • I was gunna say: That is NOT a pizza made out of a tortilla shells!

  5. OMG you mean to tell me this picture is NOT the recipe?? This should be taken down or at least make the recipe and take the picture. That is really misleading. Really hurts your credibility I’m afraid and you have such nice recipes.

  6. Per the recipe is 6 points on the Points Plus system. And the picture there looks more like a tortilla pizza. Somehow not as visually drool worthy.

  7. OMG!!  BEST PIZZA EVER!!!!!  I made my own pizza sauce and used red, yellow, and orange pepper instead of onion.  Can’t wait to try it with onions as well!

    • Unfortunately, I don’t have the nutritional info for all of my older recipes that have the old Weight Watchers Points on them. I’m working on rebuilding them so I can get the data needed to calculate the new Points Plus.

  8. The photo doesn't seem to represent what the pizza will look like at all. This seems a little misleading IMHO. When I see a photo associated with a recipe, I would like to think it will be as close to the recipe as possible.

  9. What am I missing here? The picture sure does not appear to be using "whole wheat tortillas", and the picture appears to be using slightly more than "1 thin slice of provolone and 1 tsp of grated cheese"!

    • The photo is just for reference — it is not of the actual recipe. It's just so you can get an general idea of how the pizza should look.

  10. We had this pizza for supper tonight and it was great, very delicious! My husband, who is not a weight watcher, liked it too.

    Yesterday we had the butternut squash "french fries" for supper, and they were amazingly like the real thing. Today also, we had the weight watcher vegetable soup. Very good.

    Tomorrow I'm making the cheese enchilladas, and for dessert, maybe the gingerbread cupcakes. Can't wait! I'm glad I came across your site.

    • Wow…can I come over to your place for dinner!? Sounds like you are really rocking these recipes! I’m so glad to hear that you are enjoying them! The Butternut Squash Fries Recipe is AWESOME!! A little squishier than "real" french fries, but the taste is truly quite similar. And I found that if I slice the squash into really thin "fries" and pat them dry with some paper towels first, that really helps.
      Enjoy the cheese enchiladas for dinner tonight! SOOOO yummy!! You can also bulk them up with some bell peppers or jalepenos with no added Points!

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