This is a pizza I made a couple of weeks ago completely from scratch. I realize the picture isn't great, but Porter in the background staring at Laura while she took it is pretty common in vegan households I would guess.
The recipe for the crust came from VegWeb's Pizza Dough section, but I can never remember which one I use, so I pick a different one each time I think. Honestly, I could be picking the same one every time and not know it. They're all flour, yeast, warm water, mix, knead, rise, roll out, toppings, bake.
The pesto is pretty straightforward, and absolutely delicious.
1 cup fresh basil, washed
3-4 cloves of garlic
1 tsp sea salt
3 TBSP pine nuts
3/4 cup or so of nutritional yeast
1 cup olive oil, or as much to get a good consistency
Put everything in a food processor or blender and pulse until smooth-ish.
The only hard part is finding organic pine nuts. If you can find them, they're expensive as all get out, so I usually go with conventional. Also, taste it after you've blended it, I think it needs more salt, but I tend to like salt. Also, I topped this pizza with yellow pepper, yellow onion, mushrooms, and zucchini. Oh and I don't think you can tell in this picture but there's dried basil in the crust. Just put that in with your dry ingredients before you mix with the wet.
I'm realizing I cook a lot, and am probably going to start throwing some pics of that up on the blog. What can I say, I'm in the midst of a crisis of confidence and need something to serve as redemption.