10 Paleo Vegan Pizza Recipes

The Paleo diet is becoming increasingly popular. At first glance, it might seem rather strange as followers eat food that can only be found while gathering or hunting. They are literally a modern day equivalent of our hunter-gatherer ancestors.


Well, the aim of this diet is to simplify our food intake and eat only what our earliest ancestors consumed, rather than the genetically modified modern diet we know today. 

10 Paleo Vegan Pizza Recipes

The vegan diet consists of only eating plant-based foods and avoiding foods that derive from animals, including meat, fish, and dairy products.

On the surface, elements of this sound similar to a paleo diet, but with a couple of major differences:

  • Vegans don’t consume any animal products
  • Paleo Dieters don’t consume refined and modified foods

So, what if you’re both paleo and vegan? Does that mean your diet is so limited you can’t enjoy the beauty of food? 

The answer is: No. There are ways for paleo vegan dieters to enjoy foods from around the globe – you’ve just got to know a few tricks to help you to stick to your diet. 

With that in mind, here are our top 10 paleo vegan pizza recipes. 

Paleo, Gluten-free, Grain Free, Dairy Free Pizza – glutenfreeonashoestring.com 

Paleo, Gluten-free, Grain Free, Dairy Free Pizza

Just because you’re following a paleo and vegan diet doesn’t mean you have to miss out on pizza. In fact, this pizza recipe is one of the most inclusive recipes out there – it’s paleo, vegan, gluten-free, and free from grains! 

As you can imagine, you’ve got to take certain liberties with this recipe to account for both paleo and vegan diets.

For example, while the egg ingredient is paleo, it is not vegan. So, you’ll have to be creative and look for an alternative egg option, such as a flax seed egg. Just be aware that using alternatives can be time consuming. However, the end result is worth it.

This recipe also calls for almond flour and tapioca starch, both of which can’t really be substituted due to the complex nature of the recipe. Just keep in mind that this recipe isn’t suitable for those with nut allergies. 

Love baking? Give our Grain Free Pastry Recipes a go

Vegan Paleo Pizza Recipe – vegetariantimes.com 

Vegan Paleo Pizza Recipe - vegetariantimes.com 

Cauliflower is a highly underrated vegetable in the world of normal diets, but it’s a key ingredient in many paleo and vegan foods.

This recipe is no exception, as it features cauliflower florets as the main ingredient in the pizza dough. 

This recipe is about as vegan and paleo as it gets, although paleo eaters will have to take some liberties with the coconut oil and nutritional yeast (because you are unlikely find those while hunting and gathering).

Still, it’s not easy to substitute these ingredients, and it’ll certainly be worth it for this tasty recipe. 

Layer this pizza with whatever paleo and vegan toppings you like – such as red onion, peppers, roasted courgette, spinach, garlic, olives, and more. 

Would you like someone else to make your pizza for you? Check out our guide to the Best Pizza Places in Sydney.

GF Paleo Vegan Pizza – rachelcarr.com 

GF Paleo Vegan Pizza - rachelcarr.com 

If you’re a lover of thin and crispy pizza, then this recipe is for you. This recipe is both paleo and vegan as well as gluten-free. Overall it is a highly inclusive and dietary-friendly option for many eaters. While it may include flour, don’t fret, because the flour it calls for is both paleo and free from gluten. 

When you look at this recipe, you might notice a couple of ingredients that make your eyebrows raise. Pizza is meant to be savoury, right? So why are you meant to include applesauce and xanthan gumIncidentally, you can buy Xanthum Gum here.

Turns out, these ingredients are essential for the bonding of the dough. Plus, they help to add a burst of unique flavour that is often missing from regular pizza bases.  

This recipe also calls for you to make your own ricotta out of macadamia nuts, so it’s not suitable for those with nut allergies. Sprinkle over your favourite paleo and vegan toppings, and you’ve got the perfect healthy light lunch.

Fancy something sweet for dessert? Try our Grain-Free Paleo Chocolate Chia Seed Cake Recipes

Gluten-free Vegan Paleo Pizza with Mushrooms & Onions – bakerita.com 

Gluten-free Vegan Paleo Pizza with Mushrooms & Onions - bakerita.com 

Regular pizza dough is very easy to make, and you’ll be happy to know that it’s equally simple to make a paleo, vegan, and gluten-free pizza dough. This pizza recipe only calls for 5 ingredients for the dough – tapioca flour (or arrowroot flour), almond flour, olive oil, salt, and baking powder. 

If you miss the gooey texture of mozzarella, this recipe is for you. Following careful instructions, you can make your own vegan and paleo mozzarella without having to resort to animal products. 

As the title suggests, this recipe works best with onions and mushrooms as the topping. The recipe here used chestnut mushrooms, but you can use whatever mushrooms you prefer. 

Love a muffin mid-morning? Then whip up one of our Gluten Free Date Muffin Recipes

3 Ingredient Sweet Potato Pizza Crust – thebigmansworld.com 

3 Ingredient Sweet Potato Pizza Crust - thebigmansworld.com 

If you’re just looking for a simple paleo and vegan pizza crust recipe, look no further. This 3 ingredient sweet potato pizza crust recipe allows you to add whatever toppings you like – whether it’s your homemade tomato sauce or vegan cheese. 

With sweet potato being the key ingredient of this pizza crust, the texture is both chewy and crispy at the same time.

Not only is it tasty, but it’s also incredibly low-carb and healthy, which is ideal for those wanting a boost of energy during their lunch! 

The other ingredients are tapioca starch and coconut flour, which help to bind the mashed sweet potato together and bake it all into a pizza crust. You can also add Italian herbs to add a bit more flavour. 

Plus, this recipe is so versatile that you can also bake the crust into bite-sized pieces and dip them into a dipping sauce for a quick snack.

Turn up the heat with our Vegan and Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Masala Recipes

Vegan and Paleo Pesto Veggie Pizza – wholesomelicious.com 

Vegan and Paleo Pesto Veggie Pizza - wholesomelicious.com 

There’s nothing quite as light and crispy as this vegan and paleo pesto veggie pizza. This recipe requires what looks like a fairly extensive ingredient list, but each ingredient is worth it to create a beautiful flavour that works brilliantly with the key ingredient – the pesto. 

If you’ve never made your own pesto, now’s your time to try it. Store bought pesto typically contains regular cheese, making it non-vegan.

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Instead, make your own with fresh basil, yeast, salt, nuts, and a little oil. You can adjust the taste to your liking and save any leftovers for lunch or dinner another night. 

Cover the pizza with whatever toppings you like. Pesto typically works best with a combination of either tomato or cheese, so you can afford to get creative by making your own tomato sauce or vegan cheese if you have the time. 

Brisbane has some great pizza places, some of which cater to vegans. See our guide for details

Cassava Flour Gluten-Free Vegan Paleo Pizza – sproutingzen.com 

Cassava Flour Gluten-Free Vegan Paleo Pizza - sproutingzen.com 

Cassava flour is a lesser known flour used in a lot of paleo diet recipes. It derives from the cassava root vegetable, which is high in carbs, vitamins, and minerals.

As the name of this recipe suggests, this pizza dough features cassava flour as its main ingredient. 

The only “tough” part of this recipe is figuring out a good egg substitute. Of course, egg is paleo, but it’s not typically included in vegan diets.

So, if you want to replace the egg, you’ll have to make a flax seed egg substitute. 

You might have to take some liberties with how much water you add to the mixture if using a flax seed egg, as the dough will generally be dryer than if you were to use an actual egg. 

Take a look at our Paleo Scone Recipes for some baking inspiration. Many are also vegan-friendly.

Gluten-Free Pizza Crust – mamaknowsglutenfree.com 

Cassava Flour Gluten-Free Vegan Paleo Pizza - sproutingzen.com 

Most paleo recipes are gluten-free, so you can easily follow this gluten-free and vegan pizza crust recipe without going out of the realms of your dietary restrictions. Just use a paleo gluten-free flour.

However, you might have to substitute some rogue ingredients such as apple cider vinegar, which you could sub in coconut oil or another similar ingredient. 

Also, this recipe calls for a pre-made gluten-free tomato sauce, but this can be easily created with paleo ingredients by yourself. The same goes for making a nut-based vegan mozzarella cheese.  

Do you find breakfast a drag with your dietary requirements? Check out our Paleo and Grain Free Porridge Recipes for some new ideas

Dairy-Free Gluten-Free Pizza Recipe – thespruceeats.com 

Dairy-Free Gluten-Free Pizza Recipe - thespruceeats.com 

While this recipe isn’t explicitly paleo-friendly, it’s still simple enough to follow that you can substitute ingredients with paleo-friendly ones.

For example, instead of using gluten-free all-purpose flour, you can find a paleo-friendly all-purpose flour in a store. These are typically nut-based, such as almond flour. 

The same also applies to making your own vegan and paleo cheese toppings and add as you like.

Gluten-Free and Grain-Free Vegan Pizza – cook2nourish.com 

Gluten-Free and Grain-Free Vegan Pizza - cook2nourish.com 

Last but not least, here is a super straightforward and simple gluten-free and grain-free paleo vegan pizza recipe to follow. This recipe calls for cassava flour and tapioca flour instead of gluten and grain-based flours, and coconut oil as a bonding agent instead of egg. 

One handy tip from this recipe is ideal for those who don’t want to make their own vegan cheese – use avocado instead! Avocado is undoubtedly a healthier version of cheese anyway, and it helps to replicate the creamy texture that we all know and love. 


So, there you have it! Turns out even if you follow a paleo and vegan diet, you don’t have to miss out on some of the most popular foods in the world, including pizza. Happy cooking!

Faye Keenan
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