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I made this for dinner last night and my family really enjoyed it. In fact, my 3 year old wanted seconds! My husband and I both agreed that the crust needed to be a bit thicker though, so next time I will double the recipe for my pizza pan! Other than that, and that had nothing to do with taste, it was a good and easy pizza to make! Thanks for sharing the recipe!!!

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robingracejohnson January 18, 2011

I really wanted to like this one but, it just tasted weird to me.

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dorisfarrar January 05, 2011

Love it! Easy, quick, made with ingredients that I usually have in the house anyway. I skipped the meat. I did find I had to bake it around 10-15 minutes after I added the cheese to get it melty and golden. Thanks for this great recipe!

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SugarJen December 28, 2010

I made this for family & they loved it! I had never made pizza without the yeast & was pleasantly surprised at how well it turned out. It is a mix between a pizza crust & a casserole-type base. Very good!

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jessicaleigh23 September 27, 2010

I have tried some of the other Crazy Crust Pizza on this site, but we actually liked this recipe better as the dough doesn't fill you up on one slice of pizza. Next time, I would take the comment of Cajun Baby and maybe pour the dough onto a hot pizza stone because once cooked up, the middle does stays a little doughy, especially if you have gone a little overboard with the toppings (like we all do!!) I used SAMS_Club's Ultimate Pizza Sauce (114392) and used 6 small fresh mozzarella balls and about 6 fresh mushrooms, sliced. I don't do fresh onions or garlic very well well, so I used about 1 cup of onions and 3 garlic minced, sauteed into Italian sausage. DH and I really enjoyed it, but being just the two of us, I am wondering if I could cut the recipe in half. The crust seems pretty flexable, so next time I will cut the recipe in half, top it with shredded chicken, pizza sauce, mushrooms and cheese...all done on a pizza stone. Thanks for the posting and the idea.

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Abby Girl July 30, 2010

Interesting. Good in a pinch, but my crust was not crispy in the middle, and a bit...eggy? Not like scrambled, but still a bit egg like. I would make it again when we want pizza in less than 30 minutes, but I still prefer a more traditional crust, I suppose.

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Shu Shu May 30, 2010

A friend of mine has recently developed a yeast allergy, so we tried this yeast-free crust, and it was awesome! I probably won't ever bother with making a regular crust again, since this was so easy and so good. We skipped step 5 (placing the toppings directly on the crust) because she wanted them on top of the cheese, like traditional pizza. We used Roma tomatoes and pepperoni instead of sausage/beef, onions, and mushrooms.

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budsey April 06, 2010

Delicious and easy to tailor to taste. I made it in my 9 x 13" Pyrex dish and it made a nice, slightly chewy crust. I also sauteed the mushrooms first and then followed the recipe as posted. Very tasty!

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CaliforniaJan February 11, 2010

Fast, easy and tastes great! I did cook crust for 5 minutes before adding toppings as others suggested. Thanks for a great recipe!

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Smokey54 February 10, 2010
Crazy Crust Pizza