Just like those store bought ones you remember, these 5 Ingredient Vegan Pizza Lunchables are going to be a hit! Use your favorite ingredients to make your own pizza inspiration!
Unless you grew up vegan or your parents were super healthy, chances are you’ve had a lunchables for lunch. They were easy and convenient to just throw in a lunchbox and call it a day. These 5 ingredient vegan pizza lunchables are going to bit a hit too.
One thing we hear, is how are our kids vegan because their kids don’t want anything to do with veganism. Often times it is hard, especially if you send you kids to school with lots of other children.
For us as parents, one of our goals was to find a way to recreate anything that our kids’ friends were having. This way they don’t feel like they are missing out on anything. And it’s been successful.
While these vegan pizza lunchables take a little more time than buying and throwing it in a lunch box, it honestly, only takes 20 minutes to make or less to make!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I make this Top 8 Allergen Free?
Yes! You’ll want to start by using a gluten free flour for the pizzas. We have been told that spelt flour has worked successfully. But other gluten free flours should work as well.
As far as toppings, you’ll want to pick a vegan cheese that’s allergen friendly.
We haven’t seen a vegan pepperoni that is gluten free, but you could swap that out with toppings.
Can I prep these ahead?
Yes! The pizza discs, once cooked and cooled, will last for 3 days stored on the counter or 1 week stored in an air tight container in the fridge.
One other thing, if you want to make up the entire lunchables box, just make sure that you choose a lunch box that doesn’t leak so the sauce doesn’t make your pizza discs soggy. Another option, would be to put the sauce in a small container on the side.
Can I freeze the pizza dics?
Yes! Let cool completely and store in an air tight freezer bag or container for up to 3 months.
Should these vegan pizza lunchables be served hot or cold?
Lunchables are traditionally served cold. However, you could also serve them warm if desired. It would be 20-30 seconds in a microwave or a few minutes in a toaster oven.
Can I swap out the toppings used on the pizzas?
Absolutely. We kept it simple with just sauce, cheese, and pepperoni, but you can be as simple or more complex as you want.
If you want to keep this plant based, then you can use any normal vegetable toppings like red peppers, mushrooms, onions, and more.
You can also get creative and make taco pizzas with salsa or use pesto or Alfredo sauce to switch things up. The possibilities are literally endless.
What is a good lunchbox?
The one that we have is from Target and honestly not great for anything even semi-liquid like a pizza sauce. The seals are tight so it leaks. So for something like this we would recommend one of the following styles:
What other vegan lunch ideas should I try?
If you are looking for more 5-6 ingredient meals, try these:
Here’s even more easy lunch ideas:
- Copycat Chick-fil-A Wraps
- Chickpea and Tahini Stuffed Baked Potatoes
- 3 Ingredient Vegan Banana Oatmeal Pancakes
- Easy 2 Ingredient Pizza Dough
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5 Ingredient Vegan Pizza Lunchables
For the Pizza Discs
For the Toppings
- 1/2 cup pizza sauce
- 1/2 cup vegan cheese
- 24 slices vegan pepperoni
- Preheat oven to 550 degrees F.
- Add flour to a large bowl. Make a well in the middle of your flour.
- Then add coconut cream to well.
- Use a spatula to combine ingredients together until a ball almost completely forms.
- Turn out dough ball onto a lightly flour surface and knead together for a few minutes, adding a tablespoon more flour at a time, until no longer sticky.
- Lay out a sheet of parchment paper on a large baking sheet and sprinkle corn flour down (or more flour that you are using).
- Divide the dough ball into 8 equal pizzas.
- Use fingers to gently push out dough into a 5-6" circle.
- Place each piece of dough on the baking sheet.
- Bake pizza discs for 6-8-12 minutes or until starting to turn golden brown on the crust.
- Remove from oven and brush the crust with vegan butter if desired.
- Let cool.
- Use in a lunchbox with pizza sauce, vegan cheese and pepperoni divided evenly.
Let’s see your creations!
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