My family loves pizza, and this one sure is completely different take on a pizza.
Pizza comes in many shapes and forms, and everyone has their favorite. To my surprise, my family asks more and more for hummus pizza. You can add any topping that you desire, but I tried this one and we liked it.
So, I used Thai Coconut Curry from HOPE, which a bit spicy and most definitely delicious hummus. Also, I used Vegetarian sausages by Field Roast and roasted butternut squash.
We love cheese very much, so I added a bit of cheese by Daiya to make this pizza complete.
I try to serve meatless meals at least twice a week, and this pizza as well one that I made a couple of weeks ago “Vegetable Hummus Pizza“, will be served often, especially over weekends.
Vegetarian sausages by Field Roast was a total surprise. I wouldn’t even believe in a million years how much it tastes like a real sausage. I used Mexican Chipotle, and it gave me that extra kick of heat to every bite. Perfection!
As you can tell, this pizza is completely vegan!
If you wish to use regular cheese, you are more than welcome.
I was not endorsed by any of these companies, so this is not a sponsored post. However, I received Hope hummus to try.
By the way,
Mozzarella Style Shreds by “Daiya”
Dairy-free Mozzarella Style Shreds melt, ooze, bubble, and stretch — just like regular mozzarella cheese. These delicious Shreds are an ideal cheese alternative for pizzas, pasta and more.
Thai Hummus Pizza with Butternut Squash and Vegetarian Sausages
- 1 Pizza Dough 1 Lbs.
- 1/4 Butternut Squash sliced (more if you wish) + Olive Oil+ Salt, etc.
- 1 tablespoon Thai Coconut Curry Hummus
- 2 links Vegetarian Sausages sliced
- 1 cup Cheese
- Make dough or use store-bought.
- Preheat oven to 375F.
- Peel and slice about 1/4 of the Butternut squash, slice into thin slices. Place on the baking sheet and season it with salt, ground black pepper, dried parsley and a drizzle of olive oil. Roast for 15 minutes in preheated oven.
- Roll the dough into the shape that you desire, I used a rectangular baking pan, lined with a sheet of parchment paper.
- Place the dough in the baking pan and stretch all the way the end of the pan.
- Add about 1 tablespoon of Thai Coconut Curry Hummus, and spread it evenly.
- Place bit of cheese on the bottom, then add roasted butternut squash slices, then add sliced vegetarian sausages.
- Heat the oven to 400F.
- Bake for 15 to 18 minutes, or until the cheese is completely melted and the crust looks golden. Serve hot, and preferably with salad!
You may use other toppings.