Just about everyone loves pizza. It’s a simple yet versatile meal. The core elements are always the same, but different toppings can satisfy cravings for both zesty flavors and variety. These best vegan pizza recipes have something for everyone. Including toppings like artichokes, nachos, spicy cauliflower, and more!
Longtime vegans know skipping the cheese, tweaking the crust’s ingredients, and loading pizza with veggies allows them to eat their favorite food without compromising their diet. Or, if you can’t bring yourself to let the cheese go, there are tons of vegan cheeses available these days. You can even make your own!
If any of this resonates with you, then you’ll love our roundup of 11 of the best vegan pizza recipes we could find online!
Artichoke, Mushrooms & Zucchini
Knead the dough with love and allow it to rise for this vegan veggie supreme pizza. It’s a perfect option for anyone wanting to avoid cheese altogether.
Peppers, zucchini, mushrooms, artichokes, olives, and almonds are recommended as toppings. However, as with any pizza, feel free to mix things up!
Dairy-Free Mozzarella & Basil
With a delicious crust that’s equal parts crispy and fluffy, this recipe will be a hit with everyone who wants vegan restaurant-style pizza without leaving the comfort of their pajamas and slippers.
Can’t live without the cheese? No problem! Top it off with some vegan mozzarella and fresh basil.
Red Onion, Kalamata Olives & Bell Peppers
The use of active yeast in this recipe means you’ll have a vegan pizza fit for royalty in no time flat! The crust takes twenty minutes, and there’s only a twenty-minute bake time. Top it with whatever you might be craving.
Dinner in less than an hour? Yes, please!
Spinach, Artichokes & Cashews
Do you love the creamy flavor of spinach and artichoke dip?
Do you hate the fact that it tends to be unhealthy, fattening, and definitely NOT vegan?
Give this pizza a shot! All the dairy ingredients are replaced with white beans, cashews, and nutritional yeast that packs a “cheesy” punch.
This vegan twist on the Italian classic offers a quick meal with only a few simple ingredients – tomato, basil, garlic, balsamic reduction, and vegan mozzarella.
Plus, try your hand at vegan mozzarella made with cashews! This cheese substitute is not only delicious, but you can make it in 10 minutes!
BBQ Crispy Cauliflower
If you drool imagining the barbecue chicken pizza you ate before you became a vegan, this recipe is for you!
This healthy alternative has a smoky, savory flavor sure to satisfy. Top with cauliflower and slather in your favorite store-bought BBQ sauce, or get creative and make your very own.
Socca Chickpea Dough & Cashew Cheese Sauce
This delicious socca pizza is not only vegan, but the chickpea flour the recipe requires makes it grain-free, too!
With this healthy, protein-packed meal option, people with dietary restrictions need never miss pizza night again. Use store-bought or homemade vegan cheese and top with all of your favorite chopped veggies.
Dairy-Free Cheese, Caramelized Onions & Fresh Basil
This recipe makes perfect use of vegan cheese (it’s better than you might think), basil, and caramelized onions, for a perfect slice of veggie-based fun.
Butternut Squash, Chickpeas & Maple Syrup
This hearty fall-inspired pizza is the perfect blend of sweet and savory. The recipe replaces red tomato sauce traditionally found on pizza with an orange, creamy butternut squash sauce.
It’s healthy, it’s colorful, and it only has five ingredients. Plus, it’s nutritious AND vegan! What could be better than that?
Roasted Cauliflower & Sriracha
This vegan version of BBQ chicken pizza calls for a bit of Sriracha to kick things up a notch! The red wine vinegar rounds out the flavors of this delicious recipe.
Can’t take the heat? Top the pizza with a bit of cool vegan ranch dressing if it’s too spicy!
Guacamole, Jalapeños & Vegetable Protein
Is it Taco Tuesday, but you’re craving pizza? Head south of the border and have both!
This vegan variant of Mexican pizza uses seasoned textured vegetable protein in place of traditional beef taco meat.
Add tomatoes, olives, jalapenos, avocado, cilantro, a bit of lime juice, and vegan sour cream for the toppings.