Not sure what to make for dinner? You can’t go wrong with these eight frozen vegan pizzas! We love a good plant-based pie, especially one we can easily make at home. Here are some of our favorite frozen pizzas you can buy in stores and online.
Amy’s is a vegetarian brand that also makes many vegan products, including frozen pizzas. Choose from 10 different pizza options, five of which are gluten-free. Our favorite is the Vegan Supreme Pizza, which is piled high with meatless pepperoni, veggie sausage, onions, mushrooms, bell peppers, and creamy dairy-free mozzarella. In addition to their pizzas, Amy’s also makes Vegan Cheese Pizza Snacks and Vegan Margherita Swirls. We’ve already got a few boxes of these in our freezer!
Wholly Veggie! is a Canadian company that’s making sure you get your daily dose of vegetables through their products, including plant-based pizzas. Their vegan pies are packed with nutrient rich ingredients like kale and cauliflower. All Wholly Veggie products are also gluten-free, soy-free and non-GMO. If kale doesn’t float your boat, there is a vegan Margherita Pizza option that is made on cauliflower crust. Delicious pizza that’s also healthy, eh? We’re here for it!
We love a good flatbread pizza, especially when it’s prepared with melty dairy-free cheese and veggies. American Flatbread offers two vegan pizza options—Farmers’ Tomato Pie made with fresh bruschetta topping—and Vegan Harvest, a plant-based spin on the classic cheese pizza. We’ll take one of each, please!
A vegan staple, you can’t go wrong with a Daiya frozen pizza. This plant-based brand offers many options, all of which are gluten-free. Our favorites include the Supreme (meatless Italian sausage style crumbles, mushrooms, bell peppers) and the Mushroom & Roasted Garlic pizza topped with crimini mushrooms, roasted garlic, and cheddar and mozzarella style shreds. Dinner is served!
Pizza bagels used to be our go-to after-school snack, so we were delighted to find a vegan version of this classic twist on frozen pizza. Rachel’s Cosmic Cuisine is an LA-based certified vegan company that makes Vegan Pepperoni and Classic Two Cheese pizza bagels, both of which are free of dairy, nuts, palm oil and GMOs. Netflix and pizza bagels, anyone? While their products are currently only available at stores in SoCal, the company is hoping to expand sales to shops nationwide and in Canada. Sign up for The Pizza Bagel Club on their website to get the latest news on where to buy Rachel’s Cosmic Cuisine.
Sweet Earth is a fully vegetarian company that makes natural, organic, and non-GMO products. The Veggie Lover’s pizza is 100% vegan and topped with broccoli, brussels sprouts, mushrooms, corn, onion and garlic. Vegetables + pizza really do make the perfect pair!
Oh Yes! Believes that pizza can be good for you, and we couldn’t agree more! The vegan pizza options feature Follow Your Heart mozzarella cheese, and you can choose from wheat or gluten-free crust. Both are packed with over five times the daily recommended serving of veggies and fruits. If you’re cooking for one, they also offer personal-size pizzas. You can download a $1 off coupon on their website.
Tofurky is known for their delicious vegan meat alternatives, but this all-vegan brand also makes a Pepp’roni Pizza pocket that is stuffed with red sauce, veggie-based pepperoni, and melty vegan mozzarella. The brand discontinued their pizza line in 2017, but this plant-based pocket does the trick to satisfy our cravings. You can pop one in the oven for a quick lunch or midnight snack. There’s always time for pizza!
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