Vegan Recipes – Simple, Easy Personal Pizza

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It’s Tuesday and Sandra is happy to be able to write and publish this great vegan recipe. 

I’ve come to the conclusion, through my life experience and studies, that I’m happier with simple things in my life. Simple routines, trips, relationships and food.   I love the simple things in life and it reflects in my cooking style.  Some days I want to spend 4 hours in the kitchen making multiple, extravagant dishes and sometimes I just want to eat something easy, light, and filling that takes less than half an hour to prepare.

For days such as these I have an easy recipe I would like to share, that has been enjoyed by many I have prepared it for.  As we all know pizza originated in Italy and evolved from having a Focaccia bread as a crust to what we currently experience in our modern pizza experience. One thing we can all agree on, everyone loves pizza. I have never met anyone in my life that has said “ahh I don’t like pizza.”
Here it is, my version of a personal pizza that can be made at home and ready to eat in 15 minutes!  5 min to prep and 10 min to bake.

Vegan Pizza on Pita Bread

1 piece of pita bread
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil 
¾ cup of vegan cheese
fresh basil 
½ cup fresh diced san marzano tomatoes
2 cloves of fresh garlic 
A pinch of himalayan salt
red pepper crushed flakes to taste

Make sure you preheat the oven to 450 F before you start assembling the pizza. This will allow the oven to be ready to bake the pizza completely in just 10 min. If you have a pizza stone you can place that in the oven and preheat as well.  Enjoy.
There are 4 main components to a pizza: the crust, the toppings, the cheese and the sauce.  With this concept we can create pizza in any way we wish.
I am a fan of olive oil, however you may use pesto, marinara sauce or any other sauce instead of olive oil. I like to use the pita bread because it is simple to make at home or buy fresh at a local indian market and after it goes in the oven it becomes a nice thin crunchy crust.

About the ingredients: 
The salt and peppers are mandatory for me.

The toppings are infinite and optional to whatever you wish to put on top of the crust.
The following are a few other topping combinations that I enjoy, remember to use a sauce or olive oil and cheese.
Blacks olives, artichokes, sundried tomatoes, garlic
Arugula, garlic, fresh tomatoes
3 cheese and spinach
These delicious pizzas are simple food to digest and we can use as fuel for energy and the optimal performance of our bodily functions.

To learn how to simplify or veganize a recipe please contact us via email at  We will be happy to talk about ways to enhance your own eating experience and give you a different alternative perspective.
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Thanks for your valuable time. Until next time

Love, Sandra



Sandra Fuentes
Sandra Fuentes

Sandra is Graduated from Le Cordon bleu, French culinary school in Miami, USA. Certified in Ayurveda therapies and Ayurveda cooking from the Chakrapani Ayurveda institute, Jaipur, India. Studied Thai cuisine in Chaing Mae, Thailand at the Thai Orchid Institute and has a Motivational Speaker and Life Coaching Diploma on Neuro-linguistic Programing from Global NLP training, in Miami, FL. Also a licensed Thai massage therapist while staying in Chaing Mae Thailand.

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