Sometimes you just really crave a pizza; whether it’s when you’re with friends on a night-in or you’re having a Netflix marathon and you can’t be bothered cooking. You can’t go too wrong with pizza!
I was over the moon when I found out that Dominoes’ tomato sauce and base is accidentally vegan and I’ve ordered many veggie pizzas minus the cheese over the last year. Unfortunately, I can’t use the garlic dip, which was something I used to LOVE when I was an omni.
If you’re missing that garlic goodness as well, fear not! You can just make your own VERY easily! All you need is a few teaspoons of vegan mayonnaise (I use Vegenaise cos it’s THE BEST), a sprinkle of oregano and parsley and some garlic purée.
I always have these ingredients in the house for daily meals anyway, so I didn’t even have to run to the shops. Chances are, if you’re a vegan, you’ll probably have these in your cupboard, and if not you can invest in them and always have garlic dip on hand!
All you do is combine them until it looks like the garlic dip you know and love – it couldn’t be simpler! Plus you can add more or less garlic depending on your taste – it’s almost better than the real thing!
Yes, you read that right, and yes it is the best news either of us has heard all year!
Before I went vegan, I LOVED DiFontaine’s pizza. It was the perfect slice of salty, greasy goodness after a night of heavy drinking in The Czech Inn. I love my new vegan life (and I wouldn’t touch dairy cheese with a barge pole now), but I’m absolutely delighted to hear that a restaurant I used to love is getting with the vegan program!
It’s always so disheartening to walk past restaurants and cafés that used to be favourite haunts in the past, so when one of those businesses decides to cater for their lost vegan customers it’s a time to rejoice!
I heard about this news from the Veg Huns Instagram account (@veghuns). Make sure to give them a follow if you’re an Irish vegan – they always have great news and plenty of fabulous pictures of gorgeous vegan food!
This is a recipe I created kind of by accident! I didn’t have much in the house and I wasn’t sure what I could make with what I had. I craved a pizza but I didn’t have a base nor the money to order in, but I had remembered that some people make pizza out of wraps.
Generally tomato sauce is smeared on top and it looks just like a pizza, but it just didn’t seem that appetising to me, so instead I decided to make a pizza wrap! Let me tell you, it is DELICIOUS.
Whether you’re an omnivore, vegetarian or vegan, EVERYBODY likes pizza. However, finding vegan pizza for an evening out isn’t always the easiest endeavour.
If you’re really lucky and you find a place that has an accidentally vegan base and sauce, chances are they don’t have vegan cheese or any other meat alternative toppings. Not that this is a huge issue, but it’s nice to have the choice.
Here are 3 places you can get vegan pizza in Dublin, Ireland:
Located at 6 Parliament Street, this little restaurant offers plenty of options for vegans wandering around the city looking for something scrummy, and if you’re searching for pizza, you’re in luck! Aperitivo not only offers vegan cheese on their pizzas, they also offer vegan bacon.
Not only that, they have no less than FOUR vegan pizza options in house. Yes, you read that right. Four options. Of just pizza. VEGAN pizza. Can I get an hallelujah?