213 Reviews

I have made this a few times now, and it is very good. The first time, I did not expect the dough to be so sticky so I had some trouble with it. The second time around I was prepared for that though and just worked some more flour in so that I could roll it out. Thanks for posting this. I usually buy the refrigerated pizza dough, this will be a good substitute for that and I'm sure will save on the grocery bill.

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KeeperAtHome April 26, 2009

This crust worked really well. We ended up making it pretty thick and baked it for about 24 minutes. It was delicious! I substituted beer for the water in the crust and the slight maltiness/hopiness works really well. I ended up needing to add a little more water (1/3rd cup) but all was well.

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evanparker April 03, 2009

This is an easy, quick recipe for a delicious pizza crust! I did need to add about an extra half cup of flour though. Thanks!

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thewaywardheart March 29, 2009

This sure is a quick little recipe for a busy night! By the time DH had driven three blocks away to the grocery store, I had an entire pizza in the oven! I had to add about 5 minutes to the cooking time, which still didn't help the middle cook through. Also, the toppings were pretty browned and crispy. A little too bland for us, but I'll still keep the recipe on hand for those nights when I REALLY need a quick meal. Thanks for posting!

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Houseblend March 21, 2009

Great recipe. I needed a quick recipe to make a requested recipe of "baked potato Pizza" and this was perfect.

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jane49423 March 19, 2009

This turned out really well, I didn't get the dough thin enough but it was one of the easiest dough to handle!

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Jacque mamma of 2 March 19, 2009

I love that it uses yeast and yet requires zero rising time! That is amazing and plus, it tasted good too! I am seriously impressed and this is now my pizza crust recipe

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hojo February 27, 2009

I make this recipe (multiplied 5x) for our family of ten. I add the sugar to the yeast and water mixture to activate the yeast quicker. I kneaded it in my Bosch with the dough hook for about 2 minutes. I have used vegetable oil when out of olive oil with acceptable results, but the olive oil lends a much better flavor. I have also spiced it up a bit with various spices and garlic. Besides pizza, we use this dough for calzones. 8-10 oz portions is an individual main dish serving. Bake them at 400 for 17-18 minutes.

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Mommaofmany February 04, 2009

I love this recipe i followed spaceoops tip and cooked the crust 5 minutes before adding my toppings .Thanks for this wonderful recipe!

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gwenstacy January 29, 2009

Made pizza pockets and it was perfect. Not to sweet and very simple.

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wessberg January 26, 2009
Beth's Pizza Crust