41 Reviews

I really enjoyed this crust! I had to add some olive oil to make it come together, but it still tasted excellent. I baked it for 10 min before I put the toppings on. I think that helped make it super crispy. I will be making this again!

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AmbientSunset July 25, 2012

This recipe is very easy. I just used the crust and it came out great. I made a breakfast pizza with a white sauce, cheese blend, eggs, onions and ham and topped it off with parmesan cheese. It was DE-LISH. Thanks Margo.

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mermaid1957 June 06, 2010

Oh my goodness. If i could give this recpie 20 million stars, i would. It's the best crust ive come across so far, and way better than my go-to or should i say my old go-to recipe. It held up quite a bit of ingredients considering i piled on the meat and cheese. It's awesome, even better the next day! I also added in some garlic powder considering i put it in everything. Otherwise it's amazing. My new fave crust.

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Nika The Mad Baker May 19, 2011

Easy to make. The only thing different I did was add my spices to the crust

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Mumsie Meem July 10, 2010

Omg this is so awesome!!! It took me about 15 minutes to prepare the dough and it turned out delicious :)

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Thenidiel February 13, 2015

This is the BEST thin crust pizza recipe ever! I didn't change anything and ilt turned out perfect.

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Bonfire1958 November 02, 2014

This is very good, but I'm not sure about the instructions. If you roll this out on a room temperature stone you won't get the stone up to temperature in the short time a pizza bakes. I think a stone, or in my case a cast iron pizza pan, in the oven for about 30 minutes while the oven heats is necessary to get a nice brown crust bottom. I roll my crust out on parchment and transfer the crust on it for a 6 minute bake. I then remove the crust, it will slide right off the parchment, load the crust and return the crust to the heavy cast iron, or a stone if that's what you're using. If you make a lot of pizza and don't have a peel, look into investing in one.

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Wayne SW/MO October 26, 2014

5 Star recipe! Tip - just 2 tsp or so of yeast and I never add all yeast/water mixture. I always end up with a few tsp left over. I slowly add the yeast/water and mix it in by hand, I don't like sticky dough. Other than that I just add some seasoning to the flour to give it a bit extra and par bake it a few mins. Me and my wife love this pizza and it can be ready and on the table in an hour. We do use a rolling pin as well. Enjoy!

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Citizen x February 20, 2014

This didn't bake right for me. It was actually tough to chew and had no flavor. Not sure what I missed...

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J-Lynn July 15, 2013

Tried this tonight, followed the directions to the T. Crust stuck to pizza stone, had to scrape it off, cooked 12 minutes at 500. Bottom of crust was not crispy. Just a gooey mess. Help, Joe

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Jrich124 July 04, 2013
Thin Pizza Crust