Astonishingly Easy "yeasty" Bisquick Pizza Dough

Total Time
22mins
Prep 2 mins
Cook 20 mins

This amazed me when I first came up with it. The yeast is basically a flavoring agent, the dough works pretty well without it but it does add a tiny bit of springy-ness. Measurements are (very) approximate, just follow the directions...

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix biscuit mix and yeast. Add warm water until it reaches about the consistency of cake batter.
  2. Add wheat flour until a firm dough is formed. Pat or roll out into desired crust shape, using olive oil as desired to prevent sticking.
  3. Top as desired and bake at around 400 degrees until done, time of course will depend on how thick you make it but 20 minutes is a good estimate.
Most Helpful

3 5

I used about half and half wheat and white flour and added a little oil to the mix along with some seasonings. Not as good as pizza dough that you let rise, but if you're in a hurry this is good.

4 5

Loved how easy and fast it was to make. Thought the taste was so-so. Might have been better if I had used white (or white wheat) instead of the straight wheat. But I loved how easy it was to get dinner on the table!

2 5

I'm sad to be the only dissenter on this recipe but I am an experienced cook and the vagueness of the recipe directions (mix biscuit mix, yeast and water until the consistency of cake batter) led me down the wrong path I fear. I need exact amounts for ingredients like water, not an approximation. I made the dough twice - slightly different each time. I think part of the problem for me is, this just isn't a particularly good tasting dough ( in my family's opinion).