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This was pretty good, and I love how easy it is. But my husband says it tastes too yeasty; and we both agree that some margarine might improve the flavor. So, next time I make it, I plan on using melted margarine instead of oil. Thanks for the recipe! I will be keeping it around! No more Chef Boyardee pizza kits here!

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Ransomed by Fire September 19, 2011

This is a VERY soft dough. Plan on using a bit of extra flour -or- using lots of flour when you roll it out. Your hands will be a mess. I was looking for an easy recipe to make mini-pizzas with my kids, and it worked really well. I added some garlic powder, a pinch of salt, and some italian seasoning to the dough. If you don't have a pizza stone try heating your cookie sheets before building your pizzas. I used strips of string cheese to roll in the crust

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shydiva February 16, 2009

For a quick pizza dough, excellent. I add 1 tsp onion or garlic salt to mine to give it some flavor but otherwise, very good as written.

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Captain's Lady November 18, 2008

Very good...I added a pinch of salt and needed a bit more flour (I found it to be just a little sticky). I wound up letting it rise longer than expected just due to my own circumstances (about 45 minutes) but it baked up light and fluffy. I prebaked at 375 with the sauce on for 20 minutes and then cooked it 5 minutes more after adding the cheese (I don't like my cheese browned). The kids & I LOVED it! YUM!

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Curlee827 November 04, 2008

This dough was very, very good. I have used the same recipe (another one) for 30 years and after trying this one, like it much better. It is easier and quicker. It makes enough for 2-12" thin crust pizzas. You really can come home from work and have dinner on the table quickly. I pre-baked for about 10 minutes like someone else suggested and that worked very well. I also added a little garlic powder and salt to the recipe. It doesn't have a whole lot of flavor but the texture is right. Next time I will add a tad of oregano, a little chopped onion along with the garlic and a little more salt and I think it will be perfect. Thank you NYAmy for a GREAT recipe!

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Buckstop319 August 09, 2008

I've tried several pizza dough recipes and this is by far the best. It's quick, easy, and tastes great.

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mgsnfam August 06, 2008

I've made this twice now and it came out great both times. This last time I use 1 1/2 cups white flour, and 1 C white whole wheat flour. I also added a little salt. Thanks!

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zaar mate July 12, 2008

Very easy, used for calzones.

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flying_kiwi July 11, 2008

This definately is a quick and easy dough recipe. And it is not bad at all, and I would use it again. I used my 15x10 pan, and it made a nice thin crust. I baked for about 10 mins. at 425, and then added my mozerella cheese and baked 5 mins. longer. It turned out very nice and there wasn't any left any all! Thanks for posting.

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Aunt Paula June 14, 2008
Super Quick Pizza Dough