Flatbread pizza is just that – a pizza made with a much flatter dough, otherwise the recipe is more or less the same. Think more a thin crust than those large pillowy thick-crust pizzas. It’s usually better to make your own pizza, as then you don’t have to search for vegan versions, which are not always the best, although there are some excellent buys around. Keep fresh dough away from pets, as it can expand in the stomach.
Flatbread Pizza with Vegan Pesto (So Vegan) is a lovely pizza that can be partly made, with leftover dough tightly wrapped and frozen for up to 2 months. This piza features a creamy cashew cheese (or just use vegan cheese from shops if wished) and is combined with olives and a rich vegan pesto. Most pesto contains Parmesan, which by law contains calf rennet, so is not even vegetarian. Finish these pizzas with a drizzle of olive oil.
Vegan Tomato Flatbread (Green Evi) is a super quick dinner that is ideal to use summer tomatoes. You can use many types of tomatoes on one pizza, or just use regular tomatoes you find in the grocery. Topped with garlic and tahini, a creamy sesame paste that is rich in calcium.
Vegan Flatbreads (The Veg Space) make a great pizza base, and you can also use them also for BBQs and Indian or Mexican meals, in place of naan bread or wraps. Finished with a vegan garlic herb butter.