I made this for my kids one night and they absolutely loved it. It is really quick if you use already cooked hamburger from your freezer!
Totally Awesome! 10 stars!!!!! I had never thought a pizza could be made from a fuss free batter - I have always messed around with rolling my own from dough or buying pizza bases. So good! I didn't have sausage but wanted a bit of kick to my ground beef - so used a taco seasoning when I cooked the beef. Really enjoyable dinner - why should I go back to take-away when this is better. Cheers Catherine
I was very nervous making this crust because my family was hungry for pizza and was afraid it would be a flop. Milk and Eggs in pizza crust?! But I was surprised to say this was excellent. NOW if you are looking for a traditional chewy pizza crust, you need to look at another recipe. This recipe is super easy and a light and thin crust. The crust is perfect for those trying to eat a lower carb diet. I didn't add sausage because it isn't our thing. I did prebake the crust as other suggested for about 8 min then added my sauce, toppings and cheese. Then baked for another 15 min at least. Make sure you leave a nice amount of crust around the edges because it gets crispy and so tasty. Thanks for sharing the recipe.!
This was so easy! It was a big hit. I used turkey sausage and it was great.
Hey, this was such a great recipe! We have a healthy rendition of "junkfood" night every Wednesday which usually consists in homemade pizza & wedges. This recipe saved me so much time! I split the batter into 2 9" cake tins & used my own topping combinations. The crust was perfect, nice & thin & crispy. I've never thought about leaving the sauce until the end either - no more soggy bases for us!! Thanks!!
was okay, but didnt taste much like pizza to me - too eggy & more lik ea pastry than a pizza base. it still got eaten though!!
Pretty good considering the dough had no yeast and didn't need to be kneaded or rolled out.
Super easy, and the crust was "magic". It seemed waaay overloaded with topping though. Could have done with 1/2 or even 1/3 lb meat, and just handful of other veggies like bell pepper or olives. I made it pretty much as written, but had a "OMG" moment when I realized I was low on flour - just barely a cup left! So instead of flouring my pan, I sprinkled it with corn-meal, like a "real" pizza place, and it worked great.
Great, quick and easy recipe! Was in the oven for around 20 minutes then I added the ingredients and it was in the oven for another 15. The pizza base wasn't as crunchy as I'd like but my partner prefers it that way. I guess the closest thing I could describe the pizza base to is a dense pancake? I also subbed 1/3c of ground flaxseed + 2/3c of flour. Yummy!