Vegan Everything Dough needs just 5 ingredients and can be turned into dozens of recipes. We’ve rounded up our tried and true vegan everything dough recipes for the ultimate list on how to use.
Easy recipes are the best thing ever. Easy recipes with minimal ingredients are even better. That’s why we’ve rounded up all of our vegan everything dough recipes in one spot.
Our vegan everything dough recipe is an essential recipe that every house needs to keep on hand.
It can literally be made into anything that you wish.
Want pizza? You got it. Want sandwich bread? Done. Craving some cinnamon rolls, you can make it into that too!
Literally anything you can think of that comes you dough, there is likely a way to make it from this.
We are slowly working to create as many recipes as we can from the dough and then we will add them all to this post as we work through them.
Have something un mind you’d love to see made from it? Leave a comment below and let us know and we’ll start working on it.
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See how to make Vegan Everything Dough:
What ingredients do you need for vegan everything dough recipes?
You only need three to five ingredients for super easy vegan dough.
The other ingredients will depend on what you are making.
The ingredients for the dough that you need are:
- Instant yeast
- Dairy Free Milk (we like Oat)
- Maple Syrup (can sub with agave or vegan cane sugar)
You could even replace the dairy free milk with water if you need.
Also, salt and a sugar source are completely optional. While we use and love them, they don’t have to be included.
That’s it! Can you believe that’s all you need?
Can I make this gluten free vegan everything dough?
This is probably the number 1 question that we get from this recipe.
The answer is yes, you can. You could use a gluten free flour like this specific King Arthur gluten free flour that we have used.
However, it will just be really dense. We know that most gluten free breads are dense, so maybe you are okay with that.
We are working on creating a gluten free dough that will be less dense. It just takes time. When we feel like we have something worth sharing, we will be sure to let you know.
Can I double the recipe?
Yes! In fact, we’ve done this often. You want to make sure that you put it in a bowl that is big enough to hold the rise of two recipes.
In fact, this is a great way to spend less time. You could split it in half and either freeze one of for later, or use it to make something for dinner one night and breakfast the next.
The possibilities are up to you.
Read more about Vegan Everything Dough:
We highly encourage you to click over and read our vegan everything dough post to learn more about best practices, tips, and tricks with this recipe.
In that post we cover things like:
- what’s the best flour, milk and sugar to use
- how to prep it ahead
- and freezer best practices
What are the vegan everything dough recipes I can make with it?
Breakfast Recipes (could also be used for desserts)
*a note about the french toast casseroles — you have to make the loaf of bread first and then you can use it to dry out cubes that you’d need for french toast casserole
Various Bread Recipes
*Note: This is a skillet pizza, but you could just roll the dough out on a pizza stone or pan and make a traditional pizza and use whatever your favorite toppings are.
Good recipe for dinner rolls with this flour?
Have you tried it with oat flour? I’m very hesitant to try making bread with a wheat free flour
We do not have a recommended for gluten free with this at this time
This dough recipe ia amazing! I have tried it multiple times and always worked! Made foccacia, scrolls and naan! Delicious 😋😋😋
YAY!! We’re so excited that it’s working for you! Thanks for sharing, we appreciate you taking the time to let us know. Have a great day