White Pizza with Vegan White Sauce



baking sheet, saucepan

Preparation time:

10 minutes


White sauce:

1 cup milk of choice (If using dairy free, use an unsweetened milk )

2 tbsp. all purpose flour or cornstarch, whisked into milk when cold

1 teaspoon Cajun seasoning

1 teaspoon garlic powder, onion powder, smoked paprika

1/8 teaspoon fresh ground pepper, season salt


1 prepared pizza dough, spread onto greased baking sheet, or baking sheet topped with cornmeal. (You can also use pizza stone)

1 cooked potato, sliced into rounds

1/4 thinly sliced onion

2 slices torn Proscuitto (Optional)


White Sauce: In saucepan, cook milk and flour on medium heat, stirring constantly. When thickened enough to coat the back of a spoon, add all spices. (Season to taste)


Coat pizza with white sauce, top with onion, Proscuitto, and potatoes. Bake as pizza dough recipe directs. (Normally 350 degrees for 15 minutes)

I need cream sauce. I need it to live.

I had to get creative with no dairy. No butter. No cheese. No milk.

Fortunately thanks to some heavy spicing I have a spicy, well seasoned, white sauce. This is definitely going on pasta in the future!

This pizza is inspired by Flammkuchen- a specialty pizza that’s popular in Southern Germany/Northern France. Earlier in history, the border of Germany was further North. The region we lived in used to be French and the influence in food is still very heavily felt.

Flammkuchen is a thin crusted pizza, topped with a sour cream/cream cheese style cheese topped with Lardon and onion. It’s cooked in a brick oven so the crust gets those beautiful crusty raised bubbles. Oh how I missed it! All I need now is to find Lardon and I’ll be in heaven.

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