We try to have a weekly pizza night at our house. My daughter loves creating her own pizza! Sometimes we order the amazing vegan pizza from Mellow Mushroom, but most of the time we like to make our own. Each time I go to the grocery store I am constantly amazed at all of the new plant based products hitting the shelves. Vegan options are in high demand, and it is very exciting to see. I love creating vegan pizza recipes, and this time I decided to try some new products.
The toppings you use on your pizza can make or break the recipe, but I believe the right crust makes all the difference. I have used several different kinds of crusts in my recipes, but when I stumbled upon this product at Whole Foods, I had no idea it would end up being my preferred crust for future pizzas.
Years ago when I first became vegan I was devouring documentaries and watching as many as I could. I remember watching the Forks Over Knives Engine 2 Kitchen Rescue with Rip Esselstyn, so I was super excited to see this Engine 2 pizza crust!
Rip is the Engine 2 founder. He is also a former firefighter, premier triathlete, and All-American swimmer. When he was with the Austin Fire Department, he introduced the whole foods plant based diet and helped rescue a firefighting brother's health. This birthed the best selling book, The Engine 2 Diet. In 2009 Rip teamed up with Whole Foods Market as one of their Healthy Eating Partners and continues to raise awareness about the benefits of a whole foods plant base diet through books, speaking engagements, podcasts, a phenomenal food line, and so much more.
The pizza crust is excellent! It delivers the pizzeria taste with plant based, non-GMO ingredients.
Saucy, spicy, meaty, cheesy, and only seven ingredients.
Author: The Sensible Vegan
Recipe Type: Pizza
Nutrition Info: Serving size 2 slices Calories: 333 Fat: 7.7g Saturated Fat: 2.7g Protein: 12.3g Sugar: 6g Fiber: 8.7g Sodium: 573mg Carb: 49g
Thai food is currently my cuisine of preference. When we were on vacation we found several Disney vegan options, including a fabulous Thai restaurant along the way. My husband is now a fan of Thai food as well, so we have been ordering it quite frequently lately. My favorite dish is green curry. Take out costs can start adding up, so I decided to try and create my own curry. I was very happy and excited about the results, and I look forward to experimenting with other dishes and creating homemade versions.
This recipe is quick, easy, nutritious and tasty. I like spicy curries, and this one is not lacking on bold, spicy flavor and heat. When you have the urge to order takeout, try this recipe! If you do not like spicy curry, you can modify the recipe for a deliciously mild version.
The great thing about Thai food is the variety of vegan options. It's very easy to order vegan food at Thai restaurants. From steamed veggies to thai basil rolls you can find some really great options.
I hope you enjoy this recipe!
Savory, veggie-filled, nutritious, spicy, creamy, and only six ingredients.
Author: The Sensible Vegan
Recipe Type: Entree
Nutrition Info: Serving size (including rice) - 1 cup Calories: 257.5 Fat: 1.76g Saturated Fat: 0g Protein: 6.8g Sugar: 3g Fiber: 6g Sodium: 230.5mg Carb: 53g
About Tabatha James
Tabatha James is a wife, mom, and children's book author who loves creating vegan recipes with 10 ingredients or less!