How to Make Stromboli Vegan

How to Make Stromboli Vegan

Stromboli is an easy and popular way to feed a crowd for your next gathering. With the Super Bowl coming up soon, I’m searching for an awesome meatless dish to share with my friends! This stromboli recipe is an old favorite that I was able “veganize” with a few simple products!

Learn more about the plant based diet in this post Top 10 Reasons to Go Vegan

How to make stromboli vegan…

I don’t eat a lot of the fake vegan meats and cheeses anymore because, even though they are derived from plants, they still are processed and don’t make my body feel 100% after eating them. However, they are awesome to use then trying to impress friends and family with vegan food! Perfect to bring to your upcoming (Super Bowl) party or to make for your guests if you’re hosting!

When I first started experimenting with vegan foods, I had to find some cheese to fill my craving (those cravings aren’t even there anymore after quitting the dairy)! So I did some taste testing a research to find the best one and I finally did! Chao Cheese from Field Roast! It’s melty and doesn’t have a strong coconut flavor like some other vegan cheeses.

The vegan meats great too! Like the cheese, I don’t usually eat a ton of them, but they are perfect for entertaining and to use on occasion for something simply delicious. And for this recipe, to impress those meat eaters, I used this stuff which was a great texture and flavor after it was cooked!

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Add your favorites…

For the veggies I definitely recommend adding onion and garlic, and then you can literally do anything you want from there! Spinach, peppers, mushrooms, olives, tomatoes, pineapple, etc!

As for the dough, you need to make sure there isn’t any butter or eggs added. Sometimes those Pillsbury pop open containers have milk ingredients, plus they are horrible for you! Opt for house made dough which most health food stores will have.

Learn more about plant based protein and what the best sources are: Plant Based Protein Facts & Sources

how to make stromboli vegan

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The Field Roast brand is just a few cents more than some of the other dairy and meat alternatives out there, and I have only been able to find it at Whole Foods so far. But it’s definitely worth it for the flavor!

Again, these products are not health foods. They ARE plant based products but they are processed and contain higher amounts of fats than desired. They are to be consumed on occasion just like any other processed treats you include in your diet.

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Indulge in the cheezy hearty goodness of these stromboli slices with your fav tomato sauce!

how to make stromboli vegan

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Pizza Stromboli (Vegan)

  • Yield: 5-6 Servings (10-12 slices)
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 25-30 minutes

Ingredients

  • pizza dough (homemade or house made from the grocery store)
  • extra flour (for rolling the dough)
  • 1 package Field Roast Chao Cheese, tomato cayenne
  • 1 package Field Roast Deli Slices, roasted tomato
  • veggies for stuffing (onions, spinach, tomatoes, etc.)
  • 1/4 Cup vegan butter or olive oil
  • 1 Tbsp garlic, from the jar
  • 1 Tbsp parsley
  • salt & pepper to taste
  • pizza sauce (for dipping)

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 375˚ƒ. Wash and prep veggies.

  2. Add some flour to a clean surface on the countertop or large cutting board. Plop the dough down onto the floured surface and sprinkle some more flour on top. Roll and stretch the dough into the shape of a rectangle or oval, rectangle works best.

  3. Add the fillings starting with the cheese and meat alternatives. Layer them to ensure they will be evenly distributed. Top with chopped veggies of your choice. leave about 1 inch of dough along the edges.

  4. Carefully roll the dough into a log starting at one of the shorter ends. First fold over about 1 inch of the dough, then start rolling. When you get to the end, take the 1 inch of dough left and stretch it over the log sealing it off. Use a bit of water to help it stick if needed.

  5. Make the butter/oil glaze: Combine the vegan butter (melted) or oil with the garlic, parsley, and salt & pepper. Get a baking sheet ready lined with parchment paper. Spread the glaze over one side of the log. Place the glazed side down on the baking sheet and use the remaining glaze for the top side.

  6. Bake at 375˚ƒ for 25-30 minutes depending on your oven. Bake until the log is golden brown on all areas.

  7. Let cool for a few minutes before slicing into 10-12 slices. Serve with some pizza sauce or tomato sauce and enjoy!

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