Best Vegan Pizza Brands
We give you the lowdown of the best pizza brands— frozen and takeaway included— for those days you’re feeling too spent to cook.
Best frozen pizzas to buy
Photo credits: Tesco
Wicked Kitchen produces vegan ready meals, deli meals and — crucially — pizzas, which are sold at Tesco. Their margarita uses a soft and crispy sourdough base that’ll leave you wanting more.
Goodfellas is a brand many are familiar with, and the uni students out there will be quick to endorse it for its convenience and tastiness. However, plant-lovers will be glad to hear that Goodfellas also has a range of vegan pizzas that are really popular. Check out their spicy veg salsa pizza and you’ll understand exactly why.
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White Rabbit Pizza is a source of great comfort to vegans everywhere, who know that they can get good quality and quick food that is completely plant-based. Using mozzarisella cheese, it is creamy and melty whilst being completely vegan. In fact, order their pizza here at allplants!
Using dairy-free ‘sheeze’, Whole Creations have made a great vegan pizza that is also gluten free. Whole creations also has a butternut squash, red pepper and caramelised onion pizza for when you’re feeling more adventurous.
Photo credits: Oumph! Pizza
With hand-stretched dough baked in a wood-fired brick oven, Oumph! Pizza will have you question whether it is vegan — it’s that good. It’s topped with sun dried tomatoes, vegan cheese, soy ‘chicken’ pieces and seasoned with thyme and garlic seasoning. Delicious.
Best Vegan Takeaway Pizza
Photo credits: Pizza Hut
Pizza Hut has teamed up with Violife cheese (which we definitely love) to create a separate vegan menu, complete with four types of pizza, plant-based sides and desserts. Pizza Hut is proof that going vegan doesn’t have to be the end of a delicious takeaway pizza.
Papa Johns has a pretty extensive menu suitable for vegans, including vegan meat toppings like jackfruit ‘pepperoni’. If you’re all about vegan meats, you’ll have no shortage of options when ordering at Papa Johns.
Photo credit: Pizza Express
If you’re lucky enough to live close to a Pizza Express, you can have your favourite pizzas from the popular chain delivered straight to your door. Pizza Express can make many of their most popular pizzas vegan, so switching to a plant-based doesn’t have to mean changing your favourite dishes.
Domino’s is in the middle of trialling their vegan menu at selected stores at the time of publication, so check whether you’re one of the chosen ones here.
By Toni Olukiran
Toni is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants, and when she’s not writing posts about everything from Jamaican cooking to vegan champagne, she’s making a Spotify playlist (she was at 200, at her last count) or playing tennis in the park.