A good vegan pizza crust recipe can be hard to find, let alone make. Once you find an easy one, you end up kneading the dough by hand for 12 hours before rising for another week! I want pizza today, dammit! Fortunately, this dough is insanely easy to make! Simply toss the ingredients into a Kitchenaid and mix on medium-high for a good 10 minutes. Voilà! The dough will be kneaded perfectly by the 10 minute mark, and will start to ball together. Simply let rise and top however you please! We often make vegan “meat-lovers”, cheeze, and veggie styled pies. The one pictured in this recipe includes tomato sauce, bell peppers, cherry tomatoes, and daiya mozzarella.
Let the machine do all the hard work! No need to spend hours kneading, this Vegan Pizza Crust Recipe is as easy as they come.
The hardest part about making this dough is waiting two hours for it to rise.
Start by throwing (or gently place, if that’s more your style) the ingredients in a kitchenaid, ramp up to medium-high and let it “knead” for about 10 minutes. I won’t look like much, but right towards the end it should ball-up nicely onto the hook. The intense “kneading” process works the gluten around nicely, allowing it to stretch and create long, chewy strands (the real secret to this vegan pizza crust recipe). If you don’t have gluten on hand, either omit, or replace the flours with bread flour. I have made it with exclusively all-purpose, but the chew is definitely worth the extra effort.
What’s your favorite kind of pizza? Let us know in the comments below!
Is it me, or is the term “Veggie-Burger” hugely off-putting? The last thing I want to imagine is a burger made of veggies.. I don’t need a constant reminder that I’m imitating beef! And I definitely don’t want a soggy mess trying to mimic it! All I need is exceptional flavor in a powerhouse patty that just so happens to be healthy!
A vegan burger recipe so perfect, you’ll never think twice!
Spicy Jalapeños, red pepper, and loads of cilantro give this traditionally bland recipe a Mexican-style facelift. Although, the real secret is the sweet potato! This creamy, beta-carotine rich addition helps to hold together a food notorious for falling apart. Even better, we were able to bake the patties (rather than deep-frying!) without sacrificing flavor or texture!
This vegan burger recipe was absolutely perfect with these Easy Hamburger Buns! I would also like to thank my amazing partner-in-crime, Cameron, for all of his help with this recipe. Let us know what you think in the comments below!
The real key to delicious homemade meals is the presentation of the food in its entirety. You could make the most delicious burger patty, put it on store-bought bread and ruin half of the impressiveness right off the bat. Fortunately for you these hamburger buns are crazy easy to make! (Even easier with a Kitchenaid!)
Easy hamburger buns for the
Whether it’s a veggie-burger, beef patty, or even a mushroom-beet-kale-creation, this bun will be sure to please! Soft, buttery, and crispy in all the right places, the bread was almost as popular as the patty we paired it with!
Easiest Hamburger Buns Ever!
Delivering baked, buttery deliciousness and being adapted from traditional hamburger bun recipes, you’d never believe these are milk and egg free!
- 1 Tbsp dry yeast
- 1/2 cup warm water (not hot!)
- 1 flax egg
- 1/2 cup soy milk
- 2 Tbsp oil
- 2 Tbsp sugar
- 1 tsp salt
- 2 cups all-purpose flour
- 1 cup whole wheat flour
- 1 Tbsp butter
- Mix the yeast with the warm water until dissolved
- Make the flax egg and let stand for a couple of minutes to set. (Some recommend setting in fridge for 15 minutes, but I skipped this step without any noticeable difference)
- Whisk together milk, flax egg, oil, sugar, and salt.
- Incorporate egg mixture with yeast water until well combined
- Add all of the flour, one cup at a time, until a forms a shaggy dough
- Knead with dough hook on low speed for 10 minutes (or by hand against lightly floured counter)
- Finished dough should look smooth, be slightly tacky, and bounce back when poked
- Cover dough and let it rise in a warm spot until it has doubled in size, about an hour
- Dust your counter space with flour (if not done already) and split into 8 chunks of dough, shaping each into a tight ball
- Transfer dough to a baking sheet and let rise again until they look nice and puffy, roughly 30-40 minutes
- Preheat oven to 375°
- Melt butter and brush tops of dough balls, this will help with browning (keeping the insides soft)
- Bake until golden-brown, about 15-18 minutes
- Let them cool before slicing
Let me know what you guys think in the comments below!