|Complete with paper plate…ignore the accidentally vegan garlic butter in the background. FYI, just because I wanted vegan pizza didn’t mean anyone else did! Yes, my crust is burned. Still tasted like Pizza!|
Amber’s I need Pizza STAT… PIZZA Recipe:
1 roll of Pillsbury Original Crescent rolls or Pizza Dough (accidentally vegan!!!)
Sweet Yellow Onion
Pizza Sauce (check that it’s vegan if that matters to you)
Olives, sliced (I used black because I had some on-hand)
Green Bell Pepper
Mushrooms (I had some baby bella’s on-hand)
Daiya Mozzarella Cheese (use sparingly!)
1. I used a nonstick mat on a cookie sheet, but I’m sure a pizza stone works too. I was REALLY impatient and didn’t want to wait to have it preheat.
2. Unroll dough. If using pizza dough you’ll have to shape to the size and shape you want. If using the crescent roll dough, then simply unroll, leave the perforations (you’ll thank me later).
3. Using a spoon, add pizza sauce to the amount of your liking. I prefer less, so I get the nice tomato flavor without the gooey mess of too much sauce.
4. Slice up toppings and add to your liking. This is totally preferential and would work just as well for those of you who eat meats and cheeses. It’s really about adding what you want to properly cover whatever size the crust you’re using it.
5. Sprinkle a very sparse amount of cheese over the top, then add your seasoning and sea salt. I prefer less cheese because I want to keep it as close to plant-based eating as possible and the dough has enough fat without adding more!
6. Bake in oven (I use a convection oven FYI) at 350 degrees (F) until the dough is cooked throughout. For my crescent roll pizza this amounted to around 15-20 minutes. Caution is recommended so you don’t burn your crust (like I did!).
7. Remove from oven and let cool a solid 5 minutes before cutting. To cut if using the crescent dough, simply cut in half across the shortest width and you’ll be able to tear the perforated triangles into smaller pieces!
Though the pics don’t do it justice, and gourmet it is definitely not it satisfied my pizza craving in less than 30 minutes and was great for lunch the next day too!
|Wrap your leftovers in foil and pop in the toaster oven the next day for a fast lunch!|