Rainbow puff pastry pizza | Vegan | Recipe

I’ve always said that i am not a huge pizza lover…. and i wouldn’t say that i am a pizza lover and would 95% of the time choose another food to eat. However… i am not a pizza hater like i once was.

In the past i couldn’t stand melted cheese, and granted… i still don’t like it, not even vegan melted cheese. However, i am beginning to actually like pizza.

Of course, there are so many variants of pizza.


Tortilla pizza (recipe)

Pita bread pizza

Regular pizza i.e normal white flour/yeast pizza base and using tomato sauce and cheese

Pizza using a cauliflower base (recipe )

Gluten free pizza

Store bought pizza (pizza using store bought base – recipe)

And the list goes on…. such as pizza rolls (recipe)

But a favourite of mine is actually using puff pastry, and topping my pizza with lots of vegetables.

I am sure some people would look at my pizza and say… that is not a pizza, hahah. But i choose to call it a pizza.


I can understand if you use example eggplant slices and top with some crushed tomatoes and nutritional yeast and call it a pizza… that others may get offended, as that isn’t a pizza. hahaha.

As it was made using prebought puffpastry, this dish doesn’t really have a recipe.

As it is as simple as:

  1. Buy store bought puff pastry (make sure it is vegan!)
  2. Place on a baking tray
  3. Preheat oven to c.a 220 degrees celsius
  4. Place the puff pastry in the oven c.a 5 minutes (poke some holes into the pastry first!)
  5. Chop up your desired veggies and toppings
  6. Take the pastry out of the oven. Cover with tomato sauce, grated vegan cheese and your toppings.
  7. Place back into the oven for another 5-10 minutes.
  8. Take out of the oven, chop into slices, eat and enjoy!





What are some of your favourite pizza toppings? And what is your favourite crust/base…? 🙂

2 Comments Add yours

  1. carol says:

    Your pizza looks so colourful 🙂 I will have to try the pastry base.
    My favourite toppings are sweetcorn, quorn vegan “ham” slices, peppers , red onion and cheese:) And I usually make a scone base but sometimes use pitta bread for quickness!
    And I just love cold pizza too 🙂


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