Sweet Potato Kale Pizza is a delicious and easy plant-based, vegetarian pizza option that makes for a fun homemade pizza night!
I scream, you scream, we all scream for…pizza!! A kale pizza decorated with sweet potatoes, olives, mushrooms and more.
Add whatever veggies you’d like for an easy, vegetarian recipe idea.
I could eat pizza every day.
And since I like to control my toppings, more often than not, we opt for make-your-own pizza night in this household.
Since this is such a go-to, I figured it was about time to share a recipe that is perfect for Meatless Monday.
Of course, some pizza nights are fancier than others.
Some nights consist of using a pre-made store-bought flatbread, coating it with tomato sauce, toppings and cheese, and sticking it in the oven. I also love doing this for breakfast pizza.
Other times, we’ll go a step up and use refrigerated pizza dough, which requires a little more work in rolling it and flattening it out.
But, that little bit of work goes a long way in making a difference in taste.
It makes a difference though because you can make your dough as thin or as thick as you like.
And it’s kinda fun – I play the role like I’m in a little Italian bakery, and sometimes I even swirl the pizza above my head.
But that never turns out well.
What does turn out well is topping the pizza with tomato sauce, sauteed kale, sweet potato, olives and mushrooms.
It’s such a winning combination.
Believe me. And then you top with as much cheese as your heart desires.
The best part is the melted cheese prize after you patiently wait for this sweet potato pizza to cook in the oven.
Seriously, the best plant based pizza I’ve ever had.
Here’s a roundup with 15 fun ways to use nutritional yeast.
But if you’re not vegan, the cheese is what makes this pizza special. I used a combination of nutritional yeast and mozzarella cheese.
Save this recipe for your next pizza party, or even better..save it for football season. It’s almost here!
Make sure to save room for dessert with this gluten free apple crisp.
To make a completely vegan sweet potato pizza, use nutritoinal yeast and omit the cheese.
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All in all, it was a good weekend with lots of good food. I’m procrastinating on packing so that is my goal for this week!
Have you ever tried nutritional yeast on your pizza?
Thick or thin crust?