How To Make a Delicious and Quick Pitta Bread Pizza

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Pizza anyone?

Ok hear me out, a pitta bread pizza might seem like a strange idea but it is actually amazing. Also, it is a quick, cheap and simple way to have the great taste of a pizza. And all this without needing to shell out on a takeaway or buy a big pizza in the shops.

Why use pitta bread

Pitta bread is super cheap at supermarkets. With a pack usually costing less than £1 this meal is a bargain. And with everyone trying to save money right now this is an affordable way to have a ‘pizza’.

I really like using pitta bread as it has a great flavour and is a great substitute for a pizza base.

In addition, the size is perfect if you want a small meal or even a quick snack. Also, this makes a great lunch or super quick dinner (for those nights you don’t want to cook).

How to make pitta bread pizza

You will need:

  • Pitta bread – I like to use the white bread version for these to mimic a pizza base
  • Passata sauce – this makes a great pizza sauce
  • Vegan cheese
  • Toppings – any including red onion, mushrooms, peppers etc

How to make these pizzas:

You probably know I like a quick and simple recipe (I will add measurements in one day) but this is the ultimate in quick and simple:

  1. Firstly, heat up your sauce – I like to add some mixed herbs for flavour
  2. Secondly, add the sauce to the top of the pitta bread to make your base
  3. Add your vegan cheese – any will do but a cheddar or mozzarella alternative will work best
  4. Add your toppings – I kept this simple with my favourite mushrooms and red onion
  5. Place on the grill to allow the cheese to melt and the toppings to warm

If you prefer your veg cooked a little longer you can roast the vegetables first and add them on last, this works well if you want to roast some peppers but I like raw veg so I didn’t want it too cooked on these.


Verdict of the pizzas

I really love these pizzas as they make an amazing snack or quick meal. Sometimes you don’t want to buy a family-sized pizza for one (although no judgement if you do). And a takeaway isn’t always in the budget but you’d still like something tasty.

This ticks all the boxes for me – it’s quick, easy to make and affordable. And of course vegan as always!

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