Whole Food Plant Based Diet Recipes – The Pizza Collection

Pizza is one of the main foods people worry about missing out on when they first turn plant-based. If you had that fear too, don’t worry, I was concerned at the beginning too. But let the Whole Food Plant Based Diet Recipes – The Pizza Collection show you exactly why there’s no need to forgo our beloved pizza nights.

This post will introduce you some of the most mouthwatering whole food plant-based pizza recipes, that will make the perfect comfort food pleaser.

I hope you enjoy exploring the vast amount of delicious food options available to you. And, embrace all the creative flavour combinations. This will ensure that’ll start dreaming up your very own delicious and nutritious plant-based recipes.

These recipes contain a myriad of different ingredients to make delicious bases and toppings. If you want to consume strictly 100% whole food plant based then certain ingredients may not be applicable but can be swapped out to get you there.

There’s nothing quite like digging into a still-steaming, flavour bursting pizza. It’s comfort food but a lot of the time we feel guilty after eating it, especially when we feel like we’ve gone overboard. You don’t have to worry about that here. These recipes are healthy and full of the vitamins and nutrients your body needs to operate at its best.

So get ready to start creating and tasting, it’s going to be hard to pick your favourite by the time you get through this list!

Whole Food Plant Based Diet Recipes - The Pizza Collection

Whole Food Plant-Based Recipes – The Pizza Collection

Buckwheat Chia Pizza Crust With Nut Cheese

By Helyn Dunn

Buckwheat Chia Pizza Crust With Nut CheeseNot only will this recipe show you how to make a delicious, nutrient-busting and grain-free crust, but it also teaches you how to make nut cheese. When learned correctly, these can create a basis for an epic pizza allowing you to experiment with toppings.

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 Pizza with Creamed Spinach, Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Red Onion, and Olives

by www.forksoverknives.com

 Pizza with Creamed Spinach, Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Red Onion, and OlivesI absolutely loved this recipe! Give me olives any day and I’d devour them. So naturally putting them on top of a pizza sounds very appetizing to me, especially when combined with the creamy sauce. Yum!No need to worry about any added fats in this sauce though.

The tangy and salty tastes of sun-dried tomatoes and olives make a very mouth-watering pizza. Served on a whole-grain base, this pizza is one you’ll be able to consume guilt-free, time and time again.

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Gluten Free Vegan Pizza

by www.plantbasedcookingshow.com

This gluten-free pizza recipe comes with a step-by-step video to guide you through the whole cooking process.

It contains no refined salt, oil, or sugar.  The plantbasedcookingshow.com is ideal for beginner cooks who tend to get overwhelmed by lengthy recipes.

Plant-Based Pizza Dough

By Mark Sutton

Plant-Based Pizza DoughThis recipe teaches you to make a whole-wheat black bean pizza dough that’s bursting with flavour, texture and protein.

Once you’ve mastered this, play around with the toppings to create your masterpiece.

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Arugula, Pear, and Balsamic Pizza With Almond Crust

By Marley Ficalora

Arugula, Pear, and Balsamic Pizza With Almond CrustI highly recommend giving this recipe a go. Naturally, as a peanut butter lover, anything that has some form of nut in it usually draws me in. So almonds in a pizza crust…yes, please!

Not only does this pizza have a unique almond-based crust, it also plays with toppings that create a taste sensation. The sweetness of the pear tastes incredible with the sharpness of the balsamic and peppery taste of arugula. On top of that, it’s super healthy!

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 Whole Wheat Pizza Dough

by www.plantplate.com

 Whole Wheat Pizza DoughI included another pizza base recipe. Given the importance of the base in the overall pizza taste, I only think it’s wise to explore a few different ones.

This recipe teaches you to make a simple whole-wheat pizza base. It’s incredibly satisfying and will create the foundation for many a pizza experiment. People know to explore with toppings, but playing around with a base can give a pizza a whole different look, taste and texture.

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 Polenta Pizza with Pesto, Caramelized Onions and Potatoes

by www.forksoverknives.com

 Polenta Pizza with Pesto, Caramelized Onions and PotatoesThis recipe is both filling and delicious. Polenta and potatoes aren’t your usual pizza topping suspects but pair amazingly well with homemade pesto.

For a peppery taste, try to experiment with some homemade arugula pesto.

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Quick Cornmeal Pizza Crust (Gluten-Free)

by www.forksoverknives.com

Quick Cornmeal Pizza CrustYet another pizza base. But if you need a gluten-free option, give this one a go.

This cornmeal based pizza dough is both crunchy and soft. Another bonus is that this dough requires no kneading or rising time!

As always, nail the base and look forward to experimenting with a wide range of plant-based toppings.

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Roasted Veggies With Red Pepper Sauce Pizza

by www.monkeyandmekitchenadventures.com

Roasted Veggies With Red Pepper Sauce PizzaLet’s just take a minute to appreciate how incredible this pizza looks. When you’ve got that done, I’m here to assure you that this pizza tastes just as good as it looks which, I think we can all agree, is impressive! Monkeyandmekitchenadventures.com has become one of my favourite go-to for wfpb diet recipes.

I love pizza’s full of toppings and we all know about my love of roasted vegetables by now. That combined with the flavour combinations on this pizza makes it an absolute winner.

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4 Step Gluten Free Potato Pizza Crust

by www.thevegan8.com

4 Step Gluten Free Potato Pizza CrustIf you suffer from allergies that can make pizza almost hazardous to your health, but this mashed potato pizza base is the solution you’re looking for. Yes, you read that right, mashed potatoes. I know I would have never thought of it.

It’s the ultimate gluten-free recipe, uses only 7 ingredients, and even better, doesn’t need to be kneaded.

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Whole Food Plant Based Diet Recipes - The Pizza Collection

Herb Crusted Pizza Dough

by www.brandnewvegan.com

Herb Crusted Pizza DoughThis pizza dough may take a bit more time to make than others, but it’s totally worth it. Using garlic powder and Italian seasoning brings this dough to life.

It’ll make for an excellent foundation, no matter what toppings you decide to use.

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Polenta Pizza Pie

by www.forksoverknives.com

Polenta Pizza PiePolenta is the star of this pie, but this time it’s used to make the crust. If you fancy something a little different, this recipe is a mash-up of a casserole and a pizza.

Don’t be shy to experiment with roasted vegetables as toppings.

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Pizza Muffins

by www.brandnewvegan.com

Pizza MuffinsWe like pizza. We like muffins. So it’s no surprise that someone finally thought to put them together and make pizza muffins!

Ok so it’s not exactly those type of muffins but pizza in the shape of muffins still sound pretty darn good to me.

And, if you’re a fan of doughy goodness then these bad boys are a fun addition to any party.

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 Lotsa Vegetables Chickpea Crust Pizza

by www.forksoverknives.com

 Lotsa Vegetables Chickpea Crust PizzaAgain we have a new star for the pizza base—chickpeas.

Not only does it hold up well to support the weight of your favourite toppings, but it’s also packed with protein and much lighter than a standard pizza, which makes it an ideal pre or post-workout snack.

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Pizza Stuffed Potatoes

by www.brandnewvegan.com

Pizza Stuffed PotatoesOk, we might be cheating a little bit with this one but who doesn’t want some more delicious filling ideas for a delicious baked potato?

It’s delicious, healthy and satisfies that pizza itch when needed. Even better, it’s really handy to bring into work with you and heat up.

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Ultimate Vegan Pizza Sauce

by www.brandnewvegan.com

Ultimate Vegan Pizza SauceAn area some people struggle with is creating the perfect pizza sauce. I know I did.

It’s essential, right? Getting the sauce right can make all the difference when it comes to making the perfect pizza.

There are many ways to get it right and change it up but this recipe will teach you the basics. Once you’ve nailed it, feel free to experiment with herbs and spices.

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 Pizza Cheese Sauce

By Mark Sutton

 Pizza Cheese SauceIf you’re seriously considering becoming a plant-based pizza artisan, then you need to know how to make some delicious plant-based cheese sauce. This recipe will teach you how to do just that!

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For more pizza recipes check out Delicious Vegan Pizza Toppings To Make Your Best Vegan Pizza Yet. These recipes are not 100% whole food plant based as many use oil but substitutes can be used to turn them into the perfect pizza to meet your needs. Or even to have as a treat every now and then since they’re still a healthy meal and will satisfy those pizza cravings.


Hope you enjoyed this post.

Let me know in the comments what’s your favourite whole food plant-based pizza recipe?


Other Articles in this Series:

Whole Food Plant Based Diet Recipes – The Burger Collection

27 Vegan Sandwich Fillings For The Perfect Healthy Lunch

Whole Food Plant Based Diet Recipes – The Salad Collection

25 Easy Vegan Salad Recipes That Are Incredibly Healthy

Whole Food Plant Based Diet Recipes – The Sandwich & Wrap Collection.


 

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