– Walden farms has a variety of BBQ sauces that could also be used in place of the soppin sauce. Walden farms Honey BBQ makes a great, sweeter version of this pizza recipe.
– Add some sliced peaches and skip the cilantro and onions for a sweet and savory combination (this also adds a serving of fruit).
– Use a pizza pan rather than a pizza stone as the ‘crust’ will have a tendency to stick to it. If you only have a stone, place a piece of parchment on the stone first, then press the crust on top.
– Replace bell pepper and broccoli with an SP vegetable- I’d suggest onion or radish – you may want to cook the onion or radish in advance a little first before adding to meatza, to ensure it’s cooked through by the end.
– Leave out the nutritional yeast – you may need additional salt in this case.