Vegan, Gluten-Free Mexican Pizza (Inspired by Taco Bell)

"It doesn't taste exactly like Taco Bell, but I'm sure it's better for you, and no animals were harmed."
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  • Sautee onion in oil. Add beans and taco seasoning. Heat through.
  • Spread mixture evenly on 5 tortillas. Top with other 5 tortillas.
  • Spread with enchilada sauce. Sprinkle tomatoes, then cheese, then olives, then green onions on top, dividing evenly between all five "pizzas.".
  • Broil in oven for 1-2 minutes or until "cheese" is melted.
  • Cut each "pizza" into four sections with pizza cutter.

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  1. Gingersnap in Midwe
    We loved this. We used 1 can of spicy refried beans and one can regular. We made it vegan by using vegan cheese on it. It was delicious. The only thing I'd say I did different was take the tortillas off the top because in the broiler, they curled up and didn't add much to the pizza. Will definitely make it again.
  2. Gindotgirl
    This actually tasted very much like a mexican pizza at Taco Bell! I just changed it a little. I fried the tortillas until crispy. Then when you put them under the broiler they soften a little bit, making it easier to cut into pieces. This was a very simple dinner to make. My daughter loved it, she ate hers and half of mine! I have been a vegan for a while and I have been trying to get my daughter to eat less meat, which has been a challange. This was a perfect recipe! She didn't even notice that there were no animals harmed in the making of it.

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