16 Reviews

As one who spends much time in my laboratory...urrr kitchen, while fine tuning my chemical processing activities...uurrummm I mean cooking skills, I have ascertained that the pureness of homemade minus the traces of methylparaben, glycerin or glutaraldehyde is far superior to its 'take-out' counterpart.

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gailanng October 23, 2010

Great recipe! Thanks for sharing. The dough would have tasted great with some herbs mixed in, which I might try the next time. Rose beautifully in about 15 minutes. Fam loved it!

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OrganicGal July 07, 2010

Excellent recipe, it was exactly what I wanted. Using the food processor made it so unbelievably easy! When baked, the crust turned soft and chewy, which is just the way I like it. I also like that it's partially whole wheat. Thanks for sharing, will make again!

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DCKiki April 13, 2009

This was an awesome crust. I topped mine with lowfat sausage, spinach, feta and motz. cheese. The crust was perfect - just the right amount of crunch.

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julieriesselmantt January 12, 2009

This is exactly what I was looking for, and because it's from Eating Well, I know it's healthy too. Double kudos to you for posting it for us Greyangel! This turned out great for us. The crust was tender on the inside and had a nice crust on the bottom. I used Pizza Sauce.... Spoon Lickin' Good! on top of the pizza and it made one awesome tasting pizza!

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JustMeMelMel September 25, 2008

We like a really thin dough, so I made into 2 smaller pizzas and made them personal pans for DH and I. Worked fine for us! This is my first of Zaar recipes to add to my Favorites!

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MyCookiesCrumble September 12, 2008

This is so simple to make; the rising time is perfect for prepping all the toppings and sauce to put on your pizza. This made 2 9-in pizza crusts for me; I cooked my pizzas at 500 degrees for 8-10 minutes (til the cheese was bubbly) and the crust was perfect. Just a perfect recipe for pizza crust. Your pizza will likely be done before someone could deliver one far less delicious and healthy to your home.

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Couperine January 17, 2007

Great... made a super pizza with olive oil and crushed garlic spread on the crust and topped with roasted veggies (beets, red potatoes, red onions, yellow squash, tomatoes, and spinach). My husband raved about how good it was... said it was the best pizza I ever made.<br/><br/>Thanks!

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Chef TanyaW July 26, 2013

This is a terrific recipe. This crust is super easy has a really nice flavor and texture. I like that I don't have to plan for a lot time for crust to rise. Thanks for posting. It is a family favorite. I make it about once a week now. Sometimes I add about a tsp or so of garlic powder to the crust. Last night's was loaded with pesto and tons of fresh garden veggies. Yum!

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slokiki September 28, 2011

So, I made the dough and got to the end of the recipe before it was cooked. I just discovered that this recipe has no baking instructions.

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PaNik September 07, 2011
Eating Well's Whole Wheat Pizza Dough