About This Vegan Pizza Crust Guide
Just because you decide to go vegan doesn’t mean that pizza becomes a thing of the past. You can obviously swap the mozzarella cheese for a dairy-free alternative and swap the pepperoni for veggies, but what about the crust?
You can make your own pizza crust, but it’s much easier to just buy a premade crust from the store! But not all store-bought pizza crusts are plant-based, so you have to be careful about which brand you choose.
This Vegan Pizza Crust Brands guide will hopefully make things easier for you! The list below includes many brands that have pre-made vegan pizza crust options. Both the vegan and non-vegan varieties of crust will be listed so that you know which ones are safe to buy and which ones to stay away from.
If you are looking for vegan gluten-free pizza crust, all vegan options that are also gluten-free will have (GF) next to them.
If you don’t see the brand you are looking for, jump to the bottom to see my list of pizza crusts that aren’t vegan to see if it’s there.
This guide is for informational purposes only. All ingredients are subject to change, so be sure to always read ingredient labels before purchasing and contact manufacturers with any questions.
Vegan Pizza Crust Brands
Angelic Bakehouse is a great choice if you want to buy a healthy vegan pizza crust! All Angelic Bakehouse pizza crusts are certified vegan, non-GMO, and made with whole grains.
Where to Buy: You can get Angelic Bakehouse products shipped right to your door from Amazon or from their website! You can also buy these products at a store near you, including select stores like Whole Foods, Sprouts, Costco, Target, Walmart (some), and more!
Angelic Bakehouse Vegan Pizza Crusts:
- Flatzza Flatbread Pizza Crust
- Flatzza Flatbread Pizza Crust (Reduced Sodium)
- Flatzza Buddy Flatbread Pizza Crust
Little Northern Bakehouse
All Little Northern Bakehouse pizza crusts are certified vegan and gluten-free! Choose between a gluten-free thick crust or thin crust, and never worry about the ingredients from this allergy-friendly brand.
Where to Buy: You can buy Little Northern Bakehouse bread products at many health foods stores, like Sprouts and The Fresh Market. Use their store locator to find products near you!
Little Northern Bakehouse Vegan Pizza Crusts:
- Original Artisan Style Pizza Crust (GF)
- Thin Artisan Style Pizza Crust (GF)
If you want a store-bought vegan cauliflower pizza crust or a low-carb gluten-free crust, check out Cali’flour Foods! All of their products are low-carb and keto-friendly, as they use cauliflower as a base for their products. There are two Cali-flour Foods vegan premade pizza crusts, which are clearly labeled plant-based on the box!
Where to Buy: You can order Cali’flour Foods online on their website and have them shipped in the US or Canada. You can also find these products at select stores across the US, including Walmart, Whole Foods, Giant Eagle, and more! Find a store near you.
Cali’flour Vegan Pizza Crusts:
- Italian Plant-Based Cauliflower Pizza Crust (GF)
- Plain Plant-Based Cauliflower Pizza Crust (GF)
Cali’flour Pizza Crusts that are NOT Vegan:
- All Traditional Varieties
- All Cali’Lite Varieties
365 Everyday Value
365 Everyday Value—Whole Foods’ own brand—is known for having many vegan and vegetarian options. This is true for their pizza crusts as well! Only their cauliflower pizza crust is not plant-based, but the wheat pizza crusts all are!
Where to Buy: You can buy 365 Everyday Value products at Whole Foods, or if you have a Whole Foods near you, you can get them shipped to you with Amazon Prime Whole Foods delivery!
365 Everyday Value Vegan Pizza Crusts:
- Sprouted Wheat Pizza Crust
- Thin & Crispy Rustic White Pizza Crusts
- Organic Whole Wheat Thin & Crispy Pizza Crust
- Organic Thin & Crispy Rustic White Pizza Crust
365 Everyday Value Pizza Crusts that are NOT Vegan:
- Cauliflower Pizza Crust
Another great option for those who want a low-carb, gluten-free, vegan pizza crust, Rizzuto Foods More Than Cauliflower Pizza crust brings you all three of these including being a good source of protein! Stick with the cauliflower crust, though, because all of the other varieties are not plant-based.
Where to Buy: You can get Rizzuto Foods Cauliflower crust delivered to you free from Walmart, or you can order it directly from Rizzuto Foods’ website.
Rizzuto Foods Vegan Pizza Crust:
- More Than Cauliflower Pizza Crust (GF)
Rizzuto Foods Pizza Crusts that are NOT Vegan:
- Gluten-Free Pizza Crust
- New York Style Pizza Crust
- Pan/Thin/Die Cut/Handcrafted Pizza Crust and Flatbreads
The Engine 2 Diet is a whole-foods, plant-based diet created by Rip Esselstyn — a firefighter and former athlete featured on Netflix documentaries The Game Changers and Forks over Knives.
Aside from recipes and meal plans, you can also purchase Engine 2 brand food products, which are all vegan! One of these products is a Whole Wheat Whole-Foods, Plant-Based Pizza crust.
Where to Buy: You can buy Engine 2 products exclusively from Whole Foods. If you have a Whole Foods near you, you can get these products delivered to you with Amazon Prime Whole Foods Delivery.
Engine 2 Vegan Pizza Crust:
- 100% Whole Wheat Stone Baked Pizza Crusts
Pizza Crusts that Are NOT Vegan
- Pillsbury pizza crusts are probably not vegan because they contain mono- and diglycerides.
- Boboli pizza crusts are not vegan because they contain milk casein and mozzarella cheese.
- Caulipower pizza crusts are not vegan because they contain eggs.
- Outer Aisle pizza crusts are not vegan because they contain eggs and parmesan cheese.
- Wewalka pizza crusts are not vegan because they contain lactose and dry milk.
- Golden Home pizza crusts are not vegan because they contain one or more of the following: honey, mono- and diglycerides, and whey.
- Capellos‘ pizza crusts are not vegan because they are made with eggs and honey.
- Market Pantry pizza crusts are not vegan because they contain dicalcium and tri-calcium phosphate, which are usually made from animal bones.
- Trader Joe’s Pizza Crust is probably not vegan because it is not included on their list of vegan items, but if the label says vegan, disregard this list, as it might not have been updated to reflect all vegan items.
If you liked this store-bought vegan pizza crusts guide, check out my other Vegan Food Brands Guides!
If there is a brand of pizza crust you want me to review and add to this list, let me know in the comments below!