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This was a quick, decent tasting crust. I added some onion powder, along with about 1/2 Tbl. Italian seasoning. These additions made all the difference! Without these seasonings, the crust would be very bland-tasting. The good thing about this recipe is that it's a great start to make additions to suit your tastes! I highly suggest adding the extra seasonings to get the most from this crust!

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TreeSquirrel October 30, 2009

This was such a simple recipe to make. I needed a crust and chose this and am glad I did, its tough to find a good pizza crust but this is my go to now. THank you for sharing with us.

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mommyoffour December 11, 2011

I've been using this recipe for the last 3 months. My DS loves this pizza crust. I pretty much use these ingredients. But also add 1/4 tsp onion powder and 1 tablespoon sugar. I use a rolling pin to roll out the dough (takes 2 minutes). Then I bake the pizza crust (350 convection) for 7 minutes. Remove the crust, brush olive oil on the edges, and add the toppings. The boboli pizza sauce is DH's favorite. Once we get our toppings on, we cook at the same temp as above for 20 minutes.

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EasyCooking September 28, 2009

Taste was blah. Will look for another recipe.

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momofknt January 14, 2009

This turned out really good despite my total novice status at making pizza dough. My hubby commented that it tasted better than our usual delivery place and it was massively cheaper and probably healthier too. So, it is a keeper!. Plus, I am a pug mommy myself so I had to try it out :)

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Sarah_Jayne January 01, 2009

Excellent...made 1 large round stone pizza crust. Withstood 6 little hands poking and rolling it and didn't get tough...instead was perfectly crispy on the bottom and was a nice medium thick crust. I used a little olive oil and corn meal on my stone to keep from sticking, and I rubbed a little olive oil on top (just a habit..my grandmother did this when she made her dough). Using the bread machine really took the work out of making homemade pizza!! I will make again. Thanks for posting!.

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Curlee827 October 10, 2008

This was the first time I have used my bread machine but this sounded easy and good. It was hands down both. When it was done with the cycle I turn it out onto cornmeal. Make sure to really stretch this out if not you get a 3 inch crust. It was very good but it was a surprise when I took it out of the oven after the first bake :) ... thanks for a great reciepe!!

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Kerbare March 05, 2008

very good recipe. I put it in a circle pan. It was a hit with the whole family which for my family is rare. I will be making this again. thanks for posting it.

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ilovemykids1234 January 11, 2008

Yummy!! this is good pizza dough.. i think the olive oil is what makes it really yummy and i add fresh garlic to mine, and grease the pizza pan with olive oil. Thanks for the recipe :)

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Pokahooya January 09, 2008

This is the best pizza crust I've ever made. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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Awal2125 October 02, 2007
Pizza Crust (Bread Machine)