Veggie Pizza for One

I’ve been making a version of this Veggie Pizza for One for years and decided to add it to the menu for our regular cook & chat… girls’ night in! series where Sersie and I go LIVE via Zoom and Facebook to cook something up and talk about whatever.

The crust for this pizza uses Ezekiel (Food for Life) brand sprouted grain tortilla found in the freezer section of your grocery store. It’s completely flourless with no yeast, added oil or added sugar. Its rich in nutrients—like iron, thiamin, niacin, zinc, selenium and manganese—and makes a great thin crust pizza.

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Super Simple Marinara Sauce works beautifully on this pizza.

Now, the toppings on Veggie Pizza for One are mushrooms—I use shiitake, but you can use any type you want—along with baby spinach, onions, bell pepper, fresh basil, and pine nuts. I also like to drizzle a little aged balsamic vinegar at the end right before serving.

Veggie Pizza for One key ingredients

  1. Sprouted grain tortilla (Food for Life brand found in freezer section of grocery store)
  2. Super Simple Marinara Sauce (or store-bought without added sugar and oil)
  3. Sundried tomatoes, without added oil, diced
  4. Fennel seed
  5. Crushed red pepper
  6. Spinach (or any dark leafy green)
  7. Mushrooms
  8. Bell pepper
  9. Onion
  10. Pine nuts
  11. Balsamic vinegar
  12. Fresh basil or parsley

You could also top with some Easy Vegan Parm Cheese or Tahini Cheese Sauce. If you like that briny salty twang, a sprinkle of capers should do the trick.


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Veggie Pizza for One

  • Author: admin
  • Total Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 1 1x
  • Diet: Vegan



1 sprouted grain tortilla (Food for Life brand found in freezer section of grocery store), thawed

¼ cup of Simple Marinara Sauce (or store-bought without added sugar and oil)

2 sundried tomatoes, without added oil, diced

1 tsp fennel seed

½ tsp crushed red pepper

1½ cups finely chopped spinach (or any dark leafy green)

½ cup sliced mushrooms

¼ cup chopped bell pepper

¼ cup chopped onion

Toppings added after pizza is baked:

1 Tbsp pine nuts, lightly toasted

1 tsp balsamic vinegar, aged or reduced without added sweetener for drizzle

2 Tbsp fresh chopped basil (or parsley)

Other optional toppings:

1 Tbsp Easy Vegan Parm Cheese

1 Tbsp capers or chopped olives without added oil

1 Tbsp Tahini Cheese Sauce for drizzle


Preheat oven to 450°F.

Take thawed sprouted grain tortilla and evenly spread with marinara sauce, coming close to edges. Sprinkle with fennel seeds, diced sundried tomatoes, and crushed red pepper. Add finely chopped dark leafy greens, sliced mushrooms, chopped bell pepper, and onion. Bake for 12–13 minutes until edges of tortilla start to get crispy brown.

While pizza is baking, preheat a dry skillet over medium heat. Add pine nuts and lightly toast for 1 to 2 minutes. Turn off heat.

Remove pizza from the oven, slice, and add pine nuts, chopped basil (or parsley) and drizzle with aged balsamic vinegar and enjoy!

  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 15 minutes
  • Category: Lunch/Dinner Entrée

Keywords: pizza, veggie pizza, thin crust pizza, simple marinara sauce, fennel, sundried tomatoes, spinach, mushrooms, bell pepper, onion, daniel fast compliant, vegan, cook and chat, girls night in

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