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The Best, No Rise, Easy, 10 min, Vegan Pizza Dough Recipe

The Best, No Rise, Easy, 10 min, Authentic Vegan Pizza Dough Recipe

I hope you are all very well and I apologize for the time I have not updated this blog. With all the things going on and feeling the enormous gratitude to the health workers, scientists and essential workers I have also felt quite helpless myself. Apart from the daily tasks I needed to do, I hid in the comfort of a book, but now I am back!

Thank you to you all who still visit this blog, you are the true motivation and I could not be more thankful to you.

This blog is all about how to live a more sustainable, eco-friendly, frugal and fulfilling life and with us (non-essential workers) we have been told to stay at home as much as possible and to minimize our trips to the shops to the minimum. It is a time also to realize the huge value of all the food staples we normally take for granted and us that still have access to the food we like and can afford it, we really need to be truly thankful for it.
The recipe I will share with you is for a super easy and super quick pizza dough, which is fully vegan and can easily be made organic, too. I will not recommend any toppings as this recipe is to make it with all your older ingredients in the fridge, the sad and the forgotten ones which would otherwise most probably go to waste.
Let me know which toppings it would be based on your current leftovers and sad veggies, please! :)

If you have children, this would make a much fun activity and no need to wait for the dough to rise with this recipe (I believe the rising part is often the part why people skip baking).

I will share my go-to tomato pizza base, too, here. It freezes great so it is only to batch cook it, freeze it and deforest it within 2 minutes in the future for when needed.


Ingredients: (this recipe makes 2 restaurant-sized pizzas or 4 smaller ones)

6 dl flour (about 2.5 cups)
2,5 dl water (about 1 cup)
1/2 dl olive oil (about 3.2 tablespoons)
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon of salt


Instructions: 

Preheat your oven for 225-250 degrees celsius and place the baking tray in to heat up as well.

In a bowl, sieve your flour into it, baking powder and salt.
Add water and oil and work into a nice not too sticky dough.

Divide your dough into 2-4 pieces (2 large pizzas or 4 smaller pizzas).
Dust some flour on your working top and roll our pizzas with your hands or with the use of a roller pin.

Spread your tomato sauce on the pizza (leave the edges bare) and cover with all your desired toppings.
Top with (vegan) cheese on top for a delicious and indulgent snack or skip the (vegan) cheese for a healthier version.

Bake in the lower part of the oven for about 7-10 minutes or when the pizza is to your liking.

Enjoy :)



TIP: The dough can be frozen as well and defrosted overnight in the fridge or quickly on the defrost setting in the microwave.


24 comments

  1. This looks and sounds amazing! I haven't had pizza in a little while and now I'm seriously craving one! I love that this looks easy to make and you can top it with leftover ingredients so nothing gets wasted. Thank you for the inspiration Nathalie, fab post! <3 xx

    Bexa | www.hellobexa.com

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    1. Hello dear Bexa, thank you so much for your most kind comment.
      Pizza is just such a cheap and delicious meal but you are right that one should not have it ever day as the calories can add up with the time. Pizza is one of my favourite meals so I need to be mindful of that specially when now it is so easy to make. I am so happy you liked the idea of using left overs as well as small changes really do have a large impact in the end.
      Hope you are keeping safe.
      xx

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  2. Oh love this no rise pizza dough! I have been wanting to make pizza dough but have no yeast. Thanks!

    Allie of
    www.allienyc.com

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    1. Thank you dear Allie for your kind comment, yes, I also love yummy things with little to no effort. Such a win-win combination. It is my problem, too, that I never have yeast when I need to. Hihihi.
      Hope to see you back soon :)
      xx

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  3. My kids loving making pizza so we need to try this dough!

    https://www.kathrineeldridge.com

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    1. Hello dear Kathrine, hope you and your family are doing well. Yes, pizza is a child's dream, so fun to make and oh, so yummy! I hope you like it as we do.
      xx

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  4. Wow, this is so easy to do! Who doesn't love a good Pizza. My kids will love this recipe for sure.

    xx Simone
    Little Glittery Box

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    1. Hello dear Simone, hope you are much well and thank you for your kind comment. Yes, this recipe really is so quick, easy and delicious. I hope you and your children will enjoy it just as much as I do. I adore to top my pizza with melted vegan butter with minced garlic, herbs an salt and decorate with rocket salad but also to have a surprise topping with cleaning out my fridge as well, then it never gets boring :)
      xx

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  5. I've never made pizza from scratch but my daughter is very keen for me to try, haha, so this recipe couldn't have come at a better time. And I love that it's vegan too - not that we are but eggs are becoming increasingly hard to come by at the moment. Thank you for sharing this, I'm bookmarking for trying later :) x

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    1. Hello dear Lisa, hope you are most well and keeping safe.
      Yey, I hope you will have much fun creating these pizzas at home with your daughter and have a delicious
      meal at the end of it:)
      Tank you for your kind comment.
      xx

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  6. The pizza looks amazing - I'm definitely going to have to give this a try! I'll need more cheese, though, because I love lots of cheese. The best part about it is that we all likely have all of the ingredients for the crust. Did I miss a link to the homemade sauce recipe or is that for a later post? Thanks so much for sharing!

    Ruth
    https://voguefauxreal.com/2020/03/23

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    1. Dear Ruth, thank you for your lovely comment. I hope you and your family are keeping safe.
      I hope you will enjoy this dough as much as I do! I do not know but knowing I will have to let the dough rise
      often seems to put me off from baking. Convenience really is so comforting, well, and easy :)
      Hahaha, yes, cheese is delicious and vegan brands are making amazing products these days! You did not miss it, I procrastinated and never uploaded the sauce. Will try to make sure it is done my tomorrow.
      xx

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    2. The classic Pizza tomato sauce recipe is now available as well here: https://www.ecoislogical.com/2020/04/my-top-classic-easy-vegan-tomato.html

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  7. Pizza looks so delicious. Thank you so much for sharing recipe.

    New Post - https://www.exclusivebeautydiary.com/2020/04/nikel-eye-cream-with-chestnut_10.html

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    1. Thank you for your kind comment!
      There really is not many comfort foods compared to pizza in my opinion.
      I hope you will enjoy it as i do:)
      xx

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  8. This sounds delicious, pizza is 100% one of my favourite foods! I love reading recipe posts, especially ones like this that are quick and simple. Thanks for sharing.

    Holly x
    www.adailydoseofholly.com

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    1. Hello dear Holly :)
      Yes, pizza is one of my favourite food, too! :) And simple and yummy recipes is just such a win-win :)
      Hope you are staying safe.
      xx

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  9. Oooh! I love that it is easy to make pizza dough. It is great that you get to control the ingredients too. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

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    1. Dearest Nancy, thank you for your most kind comment.
      Yes, I am a huge lover of pizza and in the past I have been cutting corners, until one day when I read in one of the ingredients and it was terrible that it spooked me off! I then purchased only frozen pizza created in Italy, but then I realised that that really is not sustainable at all an decided to make my own. This recipe is the quickest I know. I will in the future also upload a more luxe version but it will be more time consuming which I often do not want when I am in a mood for pizza :D shoot, only talking about pizza makes me craving pizza :D
      Hope you are well and staying safe.
      xx

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    2. You can also find the recipe for the pizza tomato sauce here: https://www.ecoislogical.com/2020/04/my-top-classic-easy-vegan-tomato.html
      :)

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  10. This has been a really wonderful post. Thank you for providing these details.

    Nahid | https://bestclicknow.com

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    1. Thank you Nahid for your kind comment. This is my favourite pizza dough recipe because it is so easy!
      xx

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  11. This recipe sounds so delicious! I love making homemade pizza at home, but I never made my own dough. I'll definitely have to try this soon! Thanks for sharing! :)

    melissakacar.blogspot.com

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    1. Hello dear Melissa,
      thank you! Yes, I love pizza as well and it is so fun to make it at home. I always find dough rising so intimidating so
      this quick no rise pizza dough recipe is my favourite :) Hope you are well.
      xx

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