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I scaled the recipe to 2 servings cooked it in a 8" round cake pan and made my own personal pan pizza. I added garlic powder, onion powder and pizza seasoning to the mix. I used a ton of red and green peppers, banana peppers and red onions. It was delish. A definate repeat, I can't wait to make it for my husband. I have been looking for a lower calorie pizza crust and I have found it! Thanks a bunch for posting!

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Nane October 27, 2002

What a great pizza recipe. Both my husband and I are diabetic, so the fact that this crust is about half the amount of carbs as traditional crust is a great bonus for us. The baked crust is very light in texture. I cut the salt amount in half and don't feel that it compromised the flavor in any way. We will definately make again. Thank you.

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KathyShu November 25, 2002

I've been making this for years. It's very good and very easy. But I pour the crust into a 8*11.5 pan. And instead of flouring the pan, I sprinkle corn meal into it after spraying.

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Blueberry January 09, 2004

Fantastic! My husband and I really loved it and it will make an easy dinner once we have kids. I can't wait to share it with my sister and mom! Thin crust but surely not thin on taste. You have to try this to believe it.

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Debbie Smith November 11, 2006

I love a crisp crust so I spread the batter onto a preheated pizza stone and it turned out fine. The batter "set" quickly when it touched the stone so there was no mess. I baked the batter alone for about 8 minutes (at 500 degrees) until it was getting a bit brown on top and crisped up on the bottom) then added toppings (just cheese this time) and baked for another 5 minutes. If kept on the stone, the crust stays crisp. Great recipe, thanks for posting!

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CajunBaby December 28, 2009

I can't seem to get the hang of yeast. I tried this recipe and felt that it was very easy and tasty. It took no time to make. I was a little skeptical but was very pleased with the outcome and would definitely use again. Thanks so much !

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debbie serriano December 01, 2002

This was a simple recipe to follow - and also very quick! It made an enjoyable pizza with a very tasty crust. I did use all veggies for my topping. Thanks for sharing Karen!

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Junebug August 05, 2002

This was good and easy, my brother loved it ... but I think I'll only make this when I am in a hurry, thanks

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najwa July 29, 2002

To: Karen Monahan You've got my vote! This pizza is wonderful. Quick and easy and so tasty. I used Robin Williams' Spaghetti Sauce, #18492, mozzarella and romano cheese, sliced olives, and omitted the onions. We really enjoyed it. Thanks so much for sharing. Laudee C. Colorado

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Laudee June 30, 2002

This is so fast and easy,you can,t beat it. Tastes very good, the kids loved it.

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moose Belfour June 24, 2002
Crazy Crust Pizza