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I never thought I would be saying this but I made a healthy version of one of my favorite childhood foods and it’s these VEGAN PIZZA BAGELS! Yessss! I love creating healthy versions of foods we all love and when I realized I had pizza dough mix, vegan mozzarella, and a mini donut pan in my kitchen… a lightbulb went off.

 

My house growing up was never the house to come to if you were looking for pizza bagels. My parents never bought foods like that (which explains how far my interest in healthy eating goes back to). However, when I would go to friends houses I would eat pizza bagels like it was my job. Bagel bites and kraft/velveeta mac and cheese were the foods I would eat most when I wasn’t with my parents. Haha, so rebellious yet so innocent!

 

 

 

So when I’m in my kitchen I always get my creative juices flowing to think about things that I love or once loved to eat, and I figure out a way to make them healthy (if they aren’t already). That’s one of my favorite parts about cooking, you can truly make anything possible. If you want healthy pizza bagels, you can make them happen.

 

The most important ingredient in this recipe is the dough. This dough has changed my life. For someone who doesn’t eat dairy and also doesn’t regularly eat gluten, pizza is the one food that I actually miss. Most other foods I don’t even desire anymore but pizza, I will always love. Finding this Simple Mills Pizza Dough is better than getting money from the tooth-fairy. It’s a boxed mix that’s made with clean, minimal ingredients. It’s super easy to make with only three ingredients to add; water, ACV, and oil (I used EVOO). And lastly, its fun to make and its DELICIOUS.

 

I am a true believer in brand loyalty and Simple Mills is one of those brands that I am happily loyal too. I absolutely love all of their products, they have super clean ingredients, they are delicious, and they aren’t very pricey. Simple Mills is changing the game when it comes making foods we love healthy, and I am grateful for companies like them.

 

Do yourself a favor and get some of this pizza dough. I made the bagel shapes because I had a mini donut pan aka the shape of mini bagels, but if you don’t have the pan just make mini baby pizzas and lay them out on a baking sheet. The rest of the instructions are on the pizza dough box.

 

Ingredients

Simple Mills Pizza Dough

Rao’s Homemade Sauce  (marinara or tomato basil)

Myokos Vegan Mozzarella

Apple Cider Vinegar

Olive Oil

 

 

Happy Cooking!

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vegan pizza bagels
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15-20 minutes
Servings
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15-20 minutes
Servings
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350*.
  2. Follow instructions on simple mills box for pizza dough. I used half the dough and therefore half the measurements for the other ingredients.
  3. **I made these into mini bagel shapes with a mini donut pan, but if you do not have the pan you can just form mini sized flat pizzas and lay them out on a baking sheet like cookies, and follow the same instructions on the box.
  4. While dough is baking for the first 5 minutes, grate myokos mozzarella or thinly slice.
  5. After dough bakes for 5 minutes, take it out and add toppings.
  6. Bake pizzas for another 10-15 minutes.
  7. Once pizzas look slightly browned and the cheese is melty, switch oven to broil and broil for about 3-4 minutes. Keep an eye on them to make sure they don't burn.
  8. Store in fridge!
If Making Bagel Shapes
  1. If you are using a mini donut pan, press the dough into each donut space and make sure it is firmly packed, about 2/3 of the way filled.
  2. Bake in oven for 5 minutes.
  3. Remove from oven and carefully flip over entire baking tray onto your counter to release all of the mini bagels without breaking them.
  4. Lay each bagel facing up on a baking sheet and follow the instructions on the simple mills box. (Add toppings and bake again for 10-15 mins).
  5. Once they are cooked and cheese is melty, broil for 3-4 minutes. Keep an eye on them so they don't burn.
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