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Making pizza at home can seem a bit daunting, but know that it’s a pretty simple process once you get the hang of it! Making homemade pizza is a great way to explore different flavor combinations or try unique toppings, and can be healthier since you control how much salt you add or what sort of flour you use. The most important thing about homemade pizzas is the crust and the sauce. And conquering your pizza crust can help level up your homemade pizza game.

This guide focuses on how to make your own pizza crusts, along with recipes for all sorts of pizzas, from deep dish pizzas to cauliflower crust pizzas. And, if you’ve got extra pizza dough on hand, there are a few recipes for what you can create with it.

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This week, we’re bringing delicious, fully vegan, and plant-based ways to make and enjoy homemade pizza!

Homemade Pizza Doughs and Crusts

Wholemeal Pizza Dough

Source: Wholemeal Pizza Dough

Making your own pizza at home can be a bit daunting, but really, it’s all excellent homemade pizzas starts with the sauce and the dough! These pizza doughs are perfect to get you started in making your own dough, especially if you’re new to it. And don’t worry if your dough isn’t perfect; your pizza might turn out amazing!

Straightforward Homemade Pizzas

Vegan Deep Dish Pizza

Source: Deep Dish Pizza

These pizzas are the pizza recipes you’re looking for if you’re looking to do a pretty solid, side-by-side copy cat of restaurant pizza, but at home. These doughs use dough from white flour and yeast that you can shape to create thin crust or deep dish pizza. You can even make your own sauce!

Alternative Pizzas and Pizza Crusts

Buffalo Cauliflower Pizza

Source: Buffalo Cauliflower Pizza

These healthy pizzas use different flours and even beans to create pizza crusts. These options allow you create all sorts of pizza crusts to fit your dietary needs! Plus, these pizzas are a great way to fit in more nutrients into your meal!

Cauliflower Pizza Crusts

Vegan Cauliflower Crust Pizza

Source: Cauliflower Crust Pizza

Did you know you can create a pizza crust using cauliflower? It’s a great way to make a gluten-free or gluten-friendly crust, plus adds an extra serving of vegetables in your meal!

Other Things to Do with Pizza Dough

Vegan Pizza Dough Cinnamon Rolls

Source: Pizza Dough Cinnamon Rolls

If you’ve got extra dough on hand, these recipes are perfect to use! Plus, if you’re looking for a quick dessert that uses homemade dough, these recipes are wonderful to try out.

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