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Holy Pizzamole!
By Serves 8

This is a recipe my mom came up with originally, but I shared it on my personal blog ("The Joyful Fox"), so I thought it was about time I shared it here! It's easy, delicious, and made from things you probably already have in your kitchen.

Prep Time: 5m
Cook Time: 20m

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  1. 1 pizza crust
  2. 1 can refried beans
  3. 2 avocados
  4. 1 × 2 tomatoes
  5. 2 handfuls spinach
  6. ½ can black beans
  7. 1 handful Daiya vegan cheese

You may also need:

Bowl, Butter Knife, Kitchen Knife, Oven, Spoon

Step 1:

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Open the pizza crust and put it on a baking sheet.

Step 2:

Open the can of refried beans and spread it across the crust. To ensure more even heating, you may want to heat up the beans before spreading them, either in the microwave or on a saucepan.

Step 3:

If you're using pre-made guacamole, spread that on top of the refried beans now. If you're using avocados, remove the pits, scoop the insides into a bowl, and mash them. Mix in some spices or herbs if you like (I recommend cilantro!) Then, spread the mixture on top of the refried beans.

Step 4:

Now you can add your toppings! You can really add as many as you like - just keep in mind that you will probably need to adjust the bake time accordingly. For this pizza, I added tomatoes, black beans, and Daiya vegan cheese. I recently tried spreading baby spinach leaves on top of the avocado before adding the rest of the toppings, and it was incredible!

Laura Hogg says:
You could also try adding mushrooms, onions, peppers...anything you like on pizza! And truth be told, this pizza tastes just as good without any cheese at all.
1 note here

Step 5:

Once your oven is preheated, pop in the pizza and wait! I left this version in for 20 minutes, since it was a thin crust. If you're using a thicker crust or have a lot of toppings, you may want to leave it in for longer.

Step 6:

Once it has cooled down for a few minutes, slice it up and enjoy!

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Diana from SLN says:
Sounds delicious and easy to do Laura. Thank you for posting.

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