homemade vegan pizza

i may be alone on this one, but i think pizza is so much better homemade than when you have it delivered from somewhere.  it always tastes so much fresher and never seems as greasy.  i thought this recipe for whole wheat vegan pizza sounded delicious and healthy!

for the dough:
1 ¼ cups warm water (105°-115°)
2 pkgs dry yeast
1 tbs honey
3 tbs olive oil
3-4 cups whole wheat flour
2 tsp kosher salt

toppings:
3/4 cup store-bought marinara or pizza sauce
6 button mushrooms, chopped
1 bell pepper, sliced
1/2 onion, sliced
1/4 cup sliced black olives
1/2 pint cherry tomatoes halved
1 tsp dried oregano
2 tsp extra virgin olive oil
fresh basil leaves

directions:
1. for the dough: mix together warm water, yeast, honey, and olive oil. let sit for about 5 minutes. make sure that the yeast is foamy. using a dough hook or a mixer, or by hand, slowly add in 3 cups of flour and 2 tsp salt.  knead the dough on low speed, or by hand, for 10 minutes. add flour as needed if the dough is sticky. dump dough onto a lightly floured surface and knead by hand 12 times. put dough in a well oiled bowl, roll dough around so that all sides are lightly coated in olive oil. cover with a clean cloth. let rise until double in volume, about 30-50 minutes. divide the dough into equal parts, make 2-6 pizzas depending on how big you want them. roll dough into balls and cover with a damp towel to rest 10 minutes. on a lightly floured surface, roll out dough to about 1/4 inch thick. sprinkle a light layer of cornmeal on baking sheet or pizza stone.

2. spread out pizza sauce evenly over pizzas, leaving a 1/2 inch border around the outside of the dough. evenly top pizza with toppings. sprinkle on dried oregano and drizzle over olive oil last. bake 10-15 minutes at 400° f (or 500° f if you like the crust extra crispy). remove from oven and top with basil leaves. let cool 10 minutes before slicing and serving.

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Melody
10 years ago

i appreciate the vegan love!!

Lea
10 years ago

homemade pizza is the best, I love it too! :)

Kohlee
10 years ago

I SO appreciate the vegan recipes!! This looks delicious!!

Alexandra
10 years ago

I also really appreciate the Vegan recipes! Rice cheese really adds to an awesome vegan pizza!

10 years ago

YUMMERS!

I’m not vegan, but this does look very appealing….

Kenny
10 years ago

Soy cheese is also tasty on a vegan pizza.

Lisa
10 years ago

That looks delicious – but honey is NOT vegan…

Anonymous
10 years ago

Yeah, honey isnt vegan, but maybe something else could substitute it.

J_me
10 years ago

YUM!!! ;-) Looks Delicious!!!

10 years ago

Sub in some agave nectar for the honey, and this would be totally vegan!

Other than that, looks like a great recipe! Keep up the animal-free recipes!!

10 years ago

great post as usual!

10 years ago

I totally agree! I have been making homemade pizza for about a year now and I prefer it now to any other delivery pizza!

10 years ago

What a great resource!

10 years ago

Bookmarking now thanks, definitely consider a follow up post.

10 years ago

Thank you, wonderful job! Exactly the thing I had to have.

10 years ago

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