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Homemade Pizza, Crust, & Sauce Dairy-Free & Egg-Free

How to eat pizza when you have a milk allergy? We’ve got you covered!
Once you make this easy, homemade, dairy-free pizza…you’ll be back in pizza heaven.
Simple sauce, simple crust, simple pizza recipes below.

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Over the years, our dairy-free pizza night has quite evolved.

First we started with homemade pizza.

Then we took the easier route, building pizzas on tortillas or bagels.

In recent years, our pre-teen has preferred frozen pizzas made by Daiya and Tofurky.

And now recently, we’ve come full circle. 

Back to homemade pizza down to the sauce and crust!

Oh my goodness, the whole family wonders why we got away from this for so long.

Homemade pizza is most delicious, that’s for sure.

When we make pizza homemade,

the whole family can enjoy the same pizza together.

Even with dairy-free cheese across the board, it’s that yummy!

OR, split the dough into 4 personal pan pizzas and each pick your own cheese.

OR, split the dough into 6 equal pieces and make easy calzones! Our new favorite. 

Here’s our recipe for easy sauce, easy crust, and easy pizza along with dairy-free toppings we love. 


“This was amazing. I didn’t have to worry about unsafe ingredients or cross contamination. The kids loved helping make the pizza and gobbled it up! Hubby said it was really good too! All around Win!!! Thank you.” Kristin


Homemade Pizza Sauce


1 (8 ounce) can tomato sauce
1/2 teaspoon minced garlic
1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
1/2 teaspoon dried basil

Just combine all ingredients together. 

No heating or cooking required. 

Prepare and set aside while you make your pizza crust. 


3 cups flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon white sugar
1 package dry active yeast (optional)
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 cup warm water

Combine flour, salt, sugar, yeast in a large bowl. 

Add oil and water to the mixture.

Mix ingredients together with a spatula.

Then finish combining the dough with clean hands. 


If you’re pressed for time or want thin crust pizza, you don’t have to let the dough rise. 

Right after mixing the dough together, you can start pressing it into your pizza pan (yeast or no yeast).

But if you like fluffier crust and have some extra time, let it rise!

To let the dough rise, just keep it in a bowl after mixing it together well with your hands. 

Feel free to knead it a little extra, cover the bowl with a clean towel, and let it sit in a warm, dark place on your counter for 30-60 minutes. After raised, punch the dough down to release the air. 

Then proceed with pressing it into your pizza pan. 


I wish I could say I toss our pizza dough into the air and can teach you do to the same. 

But I’m sorry, that’s not the case. HA!

Instead, I patiently stretch and spread the dough onto the pan with my palms and fingers.

Typically, I first flatten it with my hands as flat as it will go. 

Then I start stretching it thinner and thinner from the center outwards with my palms. 

I even flip it over and over as I’ve got to keep it from sticking. 

This takes a bit of time, but it’s rather fun. 

I do this for both round pans, cookie sheets, and personal pan size. 

We’ve even made heart pizzas!

Just keep the thickness consistent as you go. 

I stretch it into the pan until it’s thin, about 1/4 inch. 

Spreading the dough takes patience, but you’ll get it. 

If you know how to toss it in the air, all the power to ya!

homemade dairy free pizza


My hubby loves using our pizza stones for making homemade pizza. 

But when you use those, you want to preheat them in the oven while you’re preparing the sauce and pizza. 

While it’s impossible to spread the dough out on a hot stone, you’ll want to spread the pizza dough out on a cutting board or clean surface, and THEN move it to the hot stone carefully to start baking. 

A preheated stone pan tends to make for a chewier crust which we really like.

But when I’m in charge of making pizza, I tend to simply use a cookie sheet. 

It doesn’t need preheated so I can press the dough right into the pan, no burning myself. 

You can pick what works best for you or give both a try and see what you think!


30 Minute Dairy Free Homemade Pizza


Oven 450 degrees.

Once your dough is spread into your pizza pan of choice,

lightly poke holes into the dough with a fork.

Don’t go all the way through the dough. 

Put your oven rack on the lower level. 

Bake the crust for 5 minutes, no toppings. 


There are plenty of dairy-free pizza toppings to choose from. Here are a few of our favorite meats and veggies that have worked for milk and tree nut allergy. 

PLEASE NOTE: Here at Milk Allergy Mom, we simply share products that work for our family. Please consult your own doctor before trying food, supplements, or other products. Also read all labels and call companies for the latest, most accurate product information.

Hormel Natural Ham

Applegate Pepperoni

Cooked Bacon

Cooked Ground Burger


Green Peppers



Dairy-Free Mozarella Shreds (sparingly)


You sure can! 

In fact, we’ve managed milk allergy for sixteen years and had no dairy-free cheese shreds for many of those years. 

Back then, the best option I had for making this homemade pizza with dairy-free cheese was to tear soy cheese slices into smaller pieces. 

That was a lot of work, and our toddler at the time didn’t really care. 

So yes, many years we made our homemade pizza with no cheese at all for our kiddo. And it worked fine.

Just load up on your other favorite toppings and you’ll be good to go. 


After you heat your crust for 5 minutes, pull it from the oven. 

Spread with pizza sauce (recipe above). 

Top with dairy-free cheese and your other favorite toppings (suggestions above). 

When using dairy-free cheese, I recommend using just 1/3 to 1/2 the amount of real cheese you would use. 

Dairy-free cheese does the trick, but the texture and taste is not usually like dairy cheese. 

Load up with other favorite toppings instead. 

My boys love pepperoni, sausage, and onion the best!

Dairy Free Personal Pizzas


Once cheese and toppings are added to your crust, 

bake the pizza on 450, on bottom rack, about 10 minutes.

Pull out the pizza when the cheese is melted and the bottom crust is brown.

Sprinkle with garlic salt fresh out of the oven, my favorite! 

Serve with salad. 

We hope you enjoy homemade dairy-free pizza as much as we do! 


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 Original Post:  2-15-13

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Monday 14th of February 2022

This was amazing. I’m didn’t have to worry about unsafe ingredients or cross contamination. The kids loved helping make the pizza and gobbled it up! Hubby said it was really good too! All around Win!!! Thank you

Jamie Kaufmann

Tuesday 15th of February 2022

That's awesome, Kristin! I hope you can make pizza on the regular, now!

Sean Mahan

Thursday 12th of April 2018

It's so hard finding a good pizza crust recipe, can't wait to try this one and see how it turns out! Thanks for sharing!

Jamie Kaufmann

Thursday 12th of April 2018

You're welcome, Sean. Hope it works well for you.


Friday 15th of February 2013

We had dairy free pizza too. We love diaya shreds at our house. I only put pepperoni on half of our pizza because my 2 1/2 yr old doesn't like "macaroni" (pepperoni)she says it makes her mouth hot.

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