10 Reviews

I really enjoyed this pizza dough. There is something really satisfying about making your own pizza dough, and I plan to make this one again. I didn't use the brown sugar, sage, paprika or pepper (of the optional ingredients). I did, however, add a teaspoon of Italian seasonings to the flour mixture. I doubled the amount of yeast to 1 teaspoon, also. I used reduced fat mozzarella cheese & regular pepperoni, with a sprinkling of green onion. I used Ragu pizza sauce (tasty with no added sugar, which is always a plus for me). I used non-fat milk as that is what I had in the fridge. I baked at 445*F in my convection oven for 10 minutes - it was perfect. I let the dough rise for about an hour and a half in a well-oiled, covered bowl. I scored the dough after I rolled it out to about 16". I made one large pizza versus two small ones. Tasty and filling and fun! I highly recommend this recipe! Made for I Recommend Tag Game.

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NELady February 25, 2009

Easy to make and super Yummy:) I added a1/4 tsp of onion powder in addition to all of the optional seasonings, and instead of 2 pizzas we made 5 personal pizzas for make your own pizza night. I rolled mine out fairly thin and heaped on veggies and the crust held up great! The kids loved it too.This ones a keeper.

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lvjayme March 31, 2012

This crust was terrific. It is now my go to crust for pizza. My husband even liked it and he will scarcely touch anything that is all whole grain! I made one large pizza. I added garlic powder, basil and oregano to my dough. Better than frozen! (and dare I say take out? although we don't have that option where we live ;-)

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Snowpeas June 18, 2011

great crust recipe, rolled out real easy on my pizza stone to make 1 large pizza, probably could have made a roll out of the little bit leftover - this makes a soft, chewy crust, so if you like yours crispy, try something else :-) Made for PAC Spring 2010

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ShortieNJ April 16, 2010

I followed the recipe exactly, with the exception of a few spices. I made 2 small pizzas, and they came out wonderful! They cooked for about 12-14 minutes each. I had never made my own dough before, so I am very excited that this was so easy and turned out so great. Great, healthy, quick recipe. Thank you!

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lisa__lynn March 28, 2010

We used freshly ground wheat, real brown sugar, soymilk, added 1/8 teaspoon extra yeast, and a dash of olive oil. The crust has a really nice nutty flavor that I crave and was surprisingly soft. This amount made one big pizza with a small amount of leftover dough (perfect for a one serving lunch!). We topped it with basil marinara sauce, freshly chopped garlic, mozz, chevre, and roasted red peppers. YUM!

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JungleLove April 28, 2009

This is a WONDERFUL recipe. We tried it this weekend and despite the fact my professional chef husband just knew it wouldn't work, it worked perfectly! We used real sugar, as we try not to use artificial sweetner and we used a little extra flour to cover our hands while working the dough out. Be careful not to spread the dough too thin when putting it on the pizza sheet. In fact, we felt that this recipe made one crust rather than two, but that is just my little opinion for what it's worth! Bottom line: try this recipe!

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Tennessee Treefrog March 30, 2009

I had great results...it was my first try at a pizza crust...I have had a longing to try a wheaty/oaty crust ...so I added some real fine ground oatmeal, all the suggested spices plus some hot pepper flakes, Celtic sea salt and mixed Italian seasonings and **rice milk** with the H2O and yeast (had to add more than a tblsp)...topped with a fab. homemade veggie sauce that had everything under the sun in it (onion, peppers, shrooms, carrot...) ...finished off with tofu cheese & some nutritional yeast (to mimic a parm flavor)...I got three little pizzas...(sort of an Individual and a half each if that makes sense-lol :) ) I baked them at 460 on a parchment lined cookie sheet for 15 then slid them on to the rack for another ten (added "cheeezes" those last 10)...delicious results...no grease and no belly aches !!!...I swear I can not wait to do this again...It was so good the first time I know that it will get better and better as I get more familar...now my husband won't have to get that yucky pizza by the slice when he is out to fill his cravings, because he will have it yummy at home (I have given up eating it until now ... we never order it anymore since we left NYC and my cooking style moved more toward vegan or at least less dairy...whatever you all don't need to know why we both have been just ready waiting for this type of recipe :) )...my next goal is to improve the appearence...mine did not look as nice as your pic. - made for NKonTB Game...so glad I tried something new -don't know why I never tried this kind of thing before- LOVE IT...Thanks CafeAmaimonotsuki :)

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free-free February 03, 2009
Guilt Free Whole Wheat Pizza Dough