One-Pot Pizza Pasta (Gluten-free and Vegan)

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This gluten-free and plant-based Pizza Pasta is just what you need for a quick and easy dinner!

Who loves pizza? Let’s see a show of hands!

We love pizza too but if you are trying to eat gluten-free it’s a little tough. Gluten-Free Pizzas are expensive and usually tiny. It is difficult to find one without egg and dairy too. I could make my own GF crust but I live in Arizona where the high temperatures are still over 100° so I’m not really interested in turning on the oven. What’s a girl to do?

Easy and delicious gluten-free and plant-based Pizza Pasta!

I could make my own gluten-free crust but I live in Arizona where the high temperatures are still over 100° so I’m not really interested in turning on the oven. What’s a girl to do?

How about add all of our favorite pizza toppings to pasta instead!

Pizza Pasta Ingredients

One-Pot Pizza Pasta


  • 1 package (16 oz) Gluten-Free Noodles (you can use wheat noodles)
  • 1 diced bell pepper
  • 2 diced roma tomatoes
  • 1/2 c diced onion
  • 4 diced baby Portobello mushrooms (about 1 cup)
  • 2 cups cooked lentils (optional)
  • 1 jar pasta sauce
  • 1/4 cup nutritional yeast
  • Your favorite ingredients


  1. Bring water to boil and add noodles. Cook according to package directions.
  2. As noodles begin to cook chop all veggies and set aside.
  3. Add veggies to boiling noodles half way through their cooking time and cover with a lid.
  4. Once noodles and veggies are soft, drain well then add lentils (optional), sauce, and nutritional yeast (optional) then stir well.


Serve the dish along side a green salad and Sweet & Tandy Oil-Free Salad Dressing! This is an easy dish to make and reheats well.

If it is still warm where you live try these try these Chocolate No-Bake Bites!

Easy and delicious gluten-free and plant-based Pizza Pasta! Don't stress about dinner!

What is your favorite Pizza topping?

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  1. Looks so tummy-satisfying!

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  3. What are the calories for the meal I don’t know how to check nutritional value for all meals

  4. Ok well every one at my house loved it I just put some aside for me and my daughters added chicken to it for the men of the house. I love all the meal I have made thank you so much for this site I have been looking for a healthy outlet since battling cancer this may just save my daughters for going through this.

  5. Chelsea Thompson says:

    Is this possible to do in the instant pot? I’m a new IP user so sorry if it’s a silly question!

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