Here are 9 easy ways we make delicious dairy-free pizza week after week in our milk allergy home.
See below for details on pizza lunchables, frozen bagel pizzas, pita pizza, tortilla pizza, wonton pizza appetizers, crescent roll pizza appetizers, cold veggie pizza, calzones, and even easy homemade dairy-free pizza from scratch.
You’re sure to find something new to try for dairy-free pizza at your house!
I know as a mom managing milk allergies myself…
one of my earliest questions was how to enjoy pizza without dairy!
There were no frozen pizza options seventeen years ago.
And my husband actually considers pizza a food group.
So we needed options as our kids grew older.
Thankfully, over the years, we’ve accumulated many favorite ways to make our own dairy-free pizza.
Not to mention, there are now dairy-free frozen pizza options, too.
I’ll share those a little later in this post.
But as for making pizza at home, we’ve found that pizza at home is the tastiest and cheapest way to this tasty food.
The super easy pizza sauce in our homemade pizza recipe is a hit on Pinterest. So good!
The calzones are essentially our homemade pizza recipe, just turning the dough into pockets. It’s a great little twist!
The pita pizzas are the quickest option that tastes homemade.
Our tortilla pizza is such a quick thin crust option, and we even make it with chicken and dairy-free ranch sometimes.
The crescent roll pizzas, wonton pizza cups, and cold veggie pizza make for excellent dairy-free appetizers to share with friends.
And the pizza lunchable plus the freezer bagel pizzas are perfect for kid lunches.
DAIRY-FREE CHEESE FOR PIZZA
I know your next question may be which dairy-free mozzarella is our favorite.
So here are some of our favorite brands of dairy-free cheese shreds for all our homemade pizza ideas.
Just remember, use dairy-free cheese sparingly. I use about 1/3 of what I’d use in real cheese.
Or heck, even leave the cheese off some of these pizza ideas. Many people do!
TOPPINGS FOR DAIRY-FREE PIZZA
Here are some of our favorite toppings for the dairy-free pizza we make at our house.
- ground pork sausage
- bell pepper
Of course, always check labels on ingredients to make sure they are safe for your allergies.
One great thing about vegetables cooked on pizzas is that some people can tolerate them cooked even if they can’t eat them raw because of oral allergy syndrome.
That’s how my son is with peppers.
Always talk to your allergist first on that, though.
Now here are the 9 different kinds of pizza we like to make!
DAIRY-FREE PIZZA IDEAS
Here are 9 of our favorite ways to create dairy-free pizza at home.
- Homemade Pizza
- Calzone Pizza
- Pita Pizza
- Tortilla Pizza
- Crescent Roll Pizzas
- Won Ton Pizza Cups
- Cold Veggie Pizza
- Pizza Lunchable
- Freezer Bagel Pizzas
Have you tried any of these? We’d love to hear!
DAIRY-FREE FROZEN PIZZA
Here are two frozen pizza options we keep in our freezer for extra busy nights.
We hope you can enjoy pizza at your house, too…
and that these dairy-free pizza ideas have inspired you today.
Save the pin here for yourself and fellow milk allergy friends!