This fast and fun dinner idea is a mash-up of pizza and quesadillas. Basically, you’re filling soft taco-size tortillas with the kinds of ingredients you’d use for making pizza — marinara sauce, vegan cheese, and lots of veggies. And you can just wing it as far as measurements, too. For a one-person meal, cut the recipe in half. All you need to complete this meal is a substantial salad with some cooked quinoa, beans or chickpeas, and/or sunflower seeds for a protein boost. Photos by Hannah Kaminsky.
Using plenty of broccoli makes this easy pizza a nourishing meal. Serve a big salad with mixed greens and plenty of raw veggies, embellished with olives and chickpeas. Use as many of the shortcuts as you’d like, making this a super-quick preparation; I’ve provided from-scratch options for sauce and crust (even a gluten-free option!) for when you have more time. more→
Here’s a delectably different kind of pizza—a white vegan pizza brimming with well-cooked onions, tasty sweet potato, and briny olives. Combined with most any kind of kale salad, this pizza makes a delicious fall or winter dinner. more→
This deliciously offbeat pizza features mellow caramelized onions, with briny olives for a contrasting flavor. For a simple meal, serve with a salad of mixed greens, cannellini or chickpeas, and ripe tomatoes. Photos by Hannah Kaminsky. more→
Layer on the Southwestern flavors in this playful pizza variation.Serve with a colorful green salad and garlic-sautéed greens. This recipe doubles easily. Adapted from Vegan Express.
If you like a very veggie-filled pizza, this one’s for you, piled generously with broccoli, bell pepper, and zucchini. And in place of the usual tomato sauce, this one features a delectable spinach-miso pesto as the base. Adapted from Vegan Express by Nava Atlas. Photos by Rachael Braun. more→
Piled high with roasted veggies, this pizza is a good one for hearty appetites. Though a small amount of non-dairy cheese is optional, this pizza truly doesn’t need it for flavor. Feeding a larger crowd? The recipe is easily doubled to make two pizzas. Vary the pizza with other vegetables you may have on hand, including eggplant, sweet potato, kale, yellow summer squash, etc. Photo by Susan Voisin.
Classic Pizza Margherita is a simple recipe using fresh tomatoes instead of a tomato sauce, and is topped with plenty of fresh basil. It’s a great pizza for cool late summer evenings when you don’t mind turning the oven; or try cooking it on your grill with the grill topper — 8 to 10 minutes should do it! This recipe goes down easy, so double it if you’re serving more than two or three people. more→