6 Reviews

A quick and easy last minute pizza crust that is nicely flavored with dried herbs. I did have a little trouble with the conversions, made using whole wheat option and both basil and oregano. I liked the health aspect of this crust but DH said he missed the yeast. Thanks for the post.

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Debbwl September 16, 2011

I would prefer it if it not so thin and dense. I like a thin but poofy crust. Maybe adding yeast and/or baking powder would do it.

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timhammond September 12, 2010

This is my favorite pizza dough EVER! I love pizza, I make it at least once a month, and this recipe is an absolute winner. Thank for sharing.

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ATeenageChef February 03, 2012

I had trouble with the conversions. But this was not the fault of the recipe. I used 1/2 whole wheat and 1/2 all purpose. The dough was very soft and after adding additional flour to make the dough the right consistancy it didn't rise very well. The taste was good, so I will try again. Just need to get the conversion right.

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MsSally March 22, 2010

Great speedy pizza dough recipe. We too used 1/2 whole wheat flour and 1/2 all purpose flour. We used vegetable oil and also put some garlic powder into the dough. We topped it with tomato sauce, mozerella and parmesan cheeses. This dough is different in taste, but very good none-the-less. Thanks for sharing such a great recipe. :)

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2Bleu August 25, 2009

This is a first for me making pizza dough w/o using yeast. The taste was somewhat different and I'm attributing that to the lack of yeast as an ingredient. I used 1/2 wholewheat flour and 1/2 all purpose. I've never used spelt flour nor have I even heard of it:-0. I also used canola oil. I threw in about 1+ t. of italian seasoning. I topped this using Kittencal's No-Cook Pizza Sauce or Marinara Dipping Sauce and then ham, sausage and bacon, shredded italian cheese and parm. A nice easy supper. Made for MarketTag.

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CoffeeB July 09, 2009
Perfect Yeast-Free Pizza Dough in a Hurry (From Scratch)