Mushroom and Spinach Pizza with Truffle Oil

Mushroom and Spinach Pizza with Truffle Oil -- Epicurean VeganI’ve found my new favorite pizza—and this is it. Truffle oil is ideal for pizzas and this one will leave you wishing you made more!

Any basic pizza dough recipe. I used a pre-packaged mix.
2 C mushrooms, sliced
1-1/2 C fresh spinach, torn or chopped
1 C fresh basil leaves, torn or chopped
3/4 C Daiya mozzarella cheese
Truffle oil, to taste (I recommend about a tablespoon)
Earth Balance margarine

Preheat oven to 425. Combine the mushrooms, spinach, basil, and truffle oil in a medium bowl; set aside. Using about a teaspoon of Earth Balance, I greased a round pizza pan. Press dough onto the pan. Stick several times with a fork.

Mushroom and Spinach Pizza with Truffle Oil -- Epicurean VeganBake the crust for 5 minutes, or until it begins to brown. Sprinkle a thin layer of cheese on top of the crust. Next, add all of the spinach/mushrooms mixture. Top with remaining cheese.

Mushroom and Spinach Pizza with Truffle Oil -- Epicurean VeganBake for 10 minutes, or until the edge of the crust browns. Slice and enjoy!

Mushroom and Spinach Pizza with Truffle Oil -- Epicurean Vegan


  1. Monet says

    Mushrooms and truffle oil on a pizza…sounds divine. Thank you for sharing with me tonight, my sweet friend. I hope that you have a wonderful week full of laughter, love and good food. As always, I’m leaving tonight feeling inspired by your creativity and kindness.

  2. TheGourmetCoffeeGuy says

    Very good recipe with great ingredients that your photos make look even more appetizing. Curious as to whether the Truffle Oil to use should be of a certain brand or specific quality. I understand Truffle Oil is not made of actual truffles but, instead, of synthetic ingredients that add the aroma of truffles to actual olive oil. Since olive oil is available in different grades wonder how that may impact the “truffle oil” and the taste of the pizza.

    • epicureanvegan says

      Oh, that’s interesting…I just checked the kind I use and it is in fact just “infused.” The brand is La Tourangelle and the ingredients are grapeseed oil with white truffle aroma. I’m nsmilitant about checking labels when it comes to meat, dairy, eggs, and other junk, I forget oils are often infused. I imagine, however, that grapeseed oil is actually better for you anyway. The aroma part . . . maybe not so much. I remember paying $15 for this one–I hate to see how much the real deal costs!

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