As a vegan, it can be hard to find a good pizza – let alone a takeaway that will deliver to your home.
And for years, plant-based UK pizza lovers have been shouting out loud to major takeaway chains to bring more readily availble vegan pizza to the masses.
Papa John’s has been leading the takeaway vegan pizza supply for a while as other vegans have begged Domino’s to bring its own version.
But the wait is finally over as the company has announced you can now buy vegan-friendly versions of their pizza.
From today (September 7th), customers will be able to get their hands on two vegan pizzas – including the Vegan Margherita, which is made using Domino’s signature tomato sauce, vegan cheese alternative, freshly diced tomatoes and a scattering of Domino’s herb blend, and the Vegan Vegi Supreme, adorned with a rainbow of vegetables, including mushrooms, sweetcorn, onions, green and red peppers, reports the Mirror.
But that’s not the only good news for vegan pizza fans as Domino’s is also now offering a plant-based version of its ever popular garlic & herb dip. Hooray!
The famous condiment is perfect for dunking your crusts in, and now there’s a version made without eggs or dairy.
Melanie Howe, Legume Legend at Domino’s said: “Domino’s may not be the first, but following fantastic feedback from our recent trial, we’re confident ours tastes the best.
Our pizza chefs have been tucked away in test kitchens perfecting the recipe to ensure our vegan friendly range recreates the unique magic of Domino’s famous original dough.
“Of course, nothing says Domino’s like our Garlic & Herb dip, so we’re proud to have perfected a worthy equivalent of the legendary pot so our vegan fans can also dunk or drizzle to their hearts’ content.”
Domino’s customers can also use the vegan base and cheese to create their own personalised pizza.