After trying an American Flatbread Vegan
Harvest pizza, i thought it was good, but really just OK. It didn't
seem to have much sauce taste or cheesy taste, so the next one I had, I
added Organicville Pizza Sauce and an extra layer of Daiya vegan
cheese. I also added veggies to make it more filling. It was great. But the basic pizza is 8 to 9
bucks, depending where you but it. By the time you've added the other ingredients, you've probably
spent around 11 bucks.
So, I tried this and it turned out pretty
well. The crust is Vicolo Corn Meal Crust Pizza Shell. It was $4.99 for
two at Mom's Organic Market. The ones I got had the USDA Organic emblem
on the wrapper. If you look at the company's web site, the crust shown
is one with spelt, and the ingredients are not all organic. So there
could be GMOs in the canola oil and soybean oil. But the one in the
store has all organic ingredients, so it's free of GMOs. Please check
the package and make sure you get the organic shells.
I used Organicville Pizza Sauce and Diaya
Mozeralla and Cheddar vegan cheese. You can just put on whatever
pizza-worthy veggies you have on hand. I baked it for about 10 and a
half minutes, when the crust just started to brown. I was concerned
about the Daiya burning or something, but it turned out fine. I put on
artichokes that had been packed in salt water. I dried them a little on
a paper towel, but they ended up a little soggy. So, I'd make sure to
thoroughly dry them.
All in all, I say this is slightly better than
the "stock" American Flatbread vegan pizza, and much more of a complete
meal. It wasn't as good as the "modified" American Flatbread pizza, but
is much more economical. I'd guess you're looking at 5 to 6 bucks for
one pizza, depending on your toppings.
Overall, this is definitely worth trying. And
if you haven't made a pizza in a long time... it's really fun to do.