A new, dedicated vegan pizza business is now taking orders in Glasgow.

Launching this month, Veganizza will offer vegans a range of plant based pizzas to diners in Glasgow.

The team say that diners can: “Explore the artisan tastes that feature across Veganizza’s imaginative menu – a
vegan pizza heaven, where health and happiness go hand in hand.

“Veganizza is committed to the cause; with all its pizza toppings made from scratch, including a selection of distinctive vegan cheeses that are lovingly handmade in-house.”

Available to order on Deliveroo from Monday 4  January, the Veganizza menu will feature artisan sourdough pizzas, topped with handcrafted plant-based alternatives, from the classic to the creative,  including vegan Gorgonzola, Pepperoni, N’duja and Tuscan Sausage.

Veganizza will launch with a collection of eight meat-free pizzas and a selection of sides, small plates and desserts.

The homemade, meat-free pizzas begin with 48-hour proofed sourdough bases that are loaded with organic, locally sourced vegan ingredients.

The classic Margherita is coated with a signature San Marzano tomato and basil sauce, stacked with vegan buffalo mozzarella, balsamic heritage tomatoes and basil.

There’s also a beetroot option with pumpkin cream, balsamic chilli beetroot, plant-based goats’ cheese, rocket and
sprinkled with toasted pumpkin seeds.

Another option is the blistered red pepper and roast aubergine, with garlic oil, roast aubergine, blistered red pepper, cashew basil pesto, rocket.

The vegan Gorgonzola, Rioja pear and walnut, puts a classic salad combo on a pizza, with e.v.v.o, gorgonzola, rioja pears, walnut plus balsamic glaze.

For those who like a meat substitute, the Veganizza’s N’duja features creamy white sauce, buffalo mozzarella, vegan ‘nduja, stem broccoli, sun dried tomatoes.

There’s also the sea salt and black pepper chicken, which is topped with white sauce, smoked mozzarella, sea salt and black pepper vegan chicken, garlic and rosemary potatoes.

Pepperoni is layered with San Marzano tomato and basil sauce, buffalo mozzarella, vegan ‘nduja pepperoni, basil.

The truffle mushroom and Tuscan sausage features San Marzano tomato and basil sauce, buffalo mozzarella, vegan Tuscan sausage, truffle mushrooms, chilli flakes and rocket.

Pizzas can be customised with a range of vegan dips such as blue cheese, garlic ranch and hot sauce.

Sides include salads, mac and cheese, dough balls, maple sriracha cauliflower wings and corn ribs rubbed in chilli salt and coconut.

Those with a sweet tooth can tuck into desserts such as an ice-cream cookie sandwich, or custard dough balls.

Veganizza launches on Deliveroo on the 4 January and the bake at home kits can be delivered anywhere in the UK on next day delivery.

To find out more about Veganizza Glasgow, visit their website.

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Rosalind Erskine

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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