Sometimes you just don’t have the time (or the energy) to make something from scratch. And sometimes you just want pizza – but gluten-free, vegan pizza. Now, we’re lucky that here in Boulder, Colorado, there are quite a few pizza places that offer both gluten-free and vegan pizza. But what if you’re not in Boulder or somewhere else that has these options? Or what if you are in Boulder, but you just want to eat at home – food from home? Here is our perfect, 15-minute solution for a scrumptious, gluten-free, vegan pizza at home.
First, we’re going to cop to it right up front – this starts with a pre-made frozen gluten-free vegan pizza from the store. We happen to like Amy’s frozen pizzas – the gluten-free one has a rice flour crust – because they use organic ingredients whenever possible, and they are yummy. But you could also use the Tofurky brand of gluten-free pizza with Daiya cheese, or any other favorite vegan, gluten-free pizza.
So, here you go:
Incredibly Easy Scrumptious Vegan Gluten-Free Pizza
1 frozen vegan, gluten-free pizza
1 can organic diced tomatos, well drained
1 teaspoon chopped garlic (we keep a jar of organic pre-chopped garlic in the fridge – see how easy this is?)
1/2 teaspoon oregano
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Preheat your oven according to the pizza directions, and get your pizza ready to go into the oven.
Mix the other three ingredients well – make sure the tomatos are well drained or they will weep all over your pizza and make it soggy! – and spread them on the pizza, leaving an inch margin around the edge.
Cook according to the pizza directions.
Enjoy! This takes any frozen pizza, and brings it to a whole new level, and so easily!
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