Pizza is as much an American icon as apple pie. While numerous restaurant chains now offer vegan options, including Mellow Mushroom, Blaze Pizza, and Pieology, you may not always have the time to spend at a restaurant or pick up or make a fresh pie. So where can you get your pizza fix? Your freezer. Fortunately, you can buy frozen vegan pizza at almost any grocery store. While your choices may be limited in some areas of the country, it’s safe to say that almost every major grocery chain carries at least one brand with a frozen vegan pizza option. Here are seven brands to look for on your next shopping trip.    

 
 
 
 
 
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1. Amy’s Kitchen
How much do we love Amy’s? Let us count nine ways—because the company now has nine vegan pizzas, including five that are gluten-free. The newest of the bunch are the Gluten-Free Vegan Meatless Pepperoni Pizza for those craving something classic, and the Vegan Supreme Pizza, which is loaded with onions, mushrooms, bell peppers, meatless pepperoni, sausage, and vegan mozzarella. If you’re an organic fan, you’re in luck, as Amy’s prides itself on using organic ingredients. 

 
 
 
 
 
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2. Sweet Earth
The company calls its pizzas enlightened, and that’s likely because its ingredients stretch into the creative realm. Of its four plant-based pizzas, the Veggie Lover’s is the only one that’s fully vegan. Its cornmeal, chia, and carrot crust is topped with broccoli, Brussels sprouts, mushrooms, corn, roasted tomatoes, red onion, garlic, and vegan cheese. The sauce even gets an upgrade with the fancy title of “cauliflower-herb sauce.” 

 
 
 
 
 
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3. Daiya
It only makes sense that the long-time leader in vegan cheese is a frozen pizza rockstar, too. Its pizza lineup includes eight vegan pizzas that will satisfy every palate in your crowd. Got meat lovers among you? Serve up the Pepperoni, Meatless Meat Lover’s, or Supreme (with Beyond Meat Italian Sausage Style Crumbles) Pizza. True vegheads may veer toward Spinach & Mushroom, Fire-Roasted Vegetable, or Mushroom & Roasted Garlic while cheese lovers will have no problem devouring the Cheeze Lover’s or Margherita Pizza

 
 
 
 
 
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4. American Flatbread
There’s only one vegan option with this company, but with a name like Vegan Harvest, you won’t be disappointed. The crust includes organic wheat and wheat bran and its tomato sauce is loaded with organic goodness, including tomatoes, onions, red wine, carrots, celery, garlic, herbs, black pepper, and red pepper flakes. The pie is then loaded with vegan mozzarella, fresh parsley and other herbs, and salt.

 
 
 
 
 
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5. Oh Yes!
Not many other companies offer choices in sizes, but with Oh Yes! you can say yes to either 7.5-inch personal pizzas or 10-inch pies, both of which are available with either wheat or gluten-free crusts. The company’s vegan pizza offerings feature Follow Your Heart cheese and pack in a full array of veggies in the pizza crust and sauce, including broccoli, carrot, kale, artichokes, cauliflower, and butternut squash. 

 
 
 
 
 
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6. Tofurky
This pioneer in vegan foods may not have pizza per se (it discontinued its bona fide pizza line in 2017), but it does have pockets that ooze cheesy goodness, and it’s a satisfying substitute when you want an inside-out pizza, so to speak. Choose from Pepp’roni, Turk’y Broccoli Ched’ar, or Ham and Ched’ar

 
 
 
 
 
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7. Double Zero
If you’ve ever been to vegan chef Matthew Kenney’s Double Zero restaurant, you know how delicious the pizza is. Now Kenney is bringing his creations to the freezer with a frozen pizza line that is launching this year. The company is planning to put eight frozen pizzas on the menu, including two that are gluten-free, and all using 100-percent unprocessed ingredients. Even better? All of the pizzas will be made by hand—just as they are at Double Zero—and if you happen to be in Santa Monica, you’ll be able to see the pizzas being made in an attached café called Double Zero Now. A glass wall will allow you to peer into the production space.  


Karen Asp is the author of Anti-Aging Hacks and award-winning journalist, as well as a fitness pro certified in plant-based nutrition, world record-holding athlete (in Nordic walking), and a vegan mentor with PETA.

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