11 Reviews

I used this recipe to make Hot Sausage and Mozzarella Roll and I was not disappointed! It went together quickly and was not sticky like some pizza crusts. Perfect blend of chewy insides and crusty outsides. I added a few shakes of garlic powder, oregano and basil before turning on the power. Thanks for posting!

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DuChick October 12, 2008

This was a great recipe - I don't feel so guilty now making pizza and it was very easy using the bread machine. I did use 2 c. whole wheat flour to 1 c. white flour and it came out great. After rolling the dough out I let it rest about 15 minutes before putting our toppings on to give it a chance to rise slightly. I've already made it several times - thanks for a great post for those of us trying to eat healthier!

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Debi H March 22, 2008

I followed the suggestion made by Chef #624149. The pizza came out great. We rolled the dough very very thin and it was so crispy, just the way we love it. Thank you for such a wonderful and easy pizza dough recipe.

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mazivet January 31, 2010

Great! I got 2 medium sized pizza crusts from this. I followed a previous reviewer's advice of rolling out dough, brushing with olive oil, and baking for 10 minutes before topping. Turned out lovely. Thank you!

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julie_and_frank October 12, 2008

I divided the dough in half and made one pizza today. Stored the remaining dough in an olive oil coated bowl covered with plastic wrap for later. Pizza was very good. I added marinara sauce, cooked ground turkey, fresh basil, mushrooms, sliced tomatoes and mozaarella. I found this recipe very straightforward and delicious.

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brownsugar8 August 28, 2008

Bread came out good, however the dough could have been a little bit sweeter. Maybe I'd use a little more sugar or add some honey next time. The combination of both types of flours was a great combination. Finally, we used the extra dough to make breadsticks, but again, not sweet enough. Not bad though, and super easy in the bread machine!

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Jenn22 January 13, 2008

Fantastic! I used 2 types of whole wheat flour: one lighter kind and one darker. Beyond that, I followed the ingredient list, plopped in bread machine and ended up with 2 medium sized crusts. I rolled out to pizza shapes, spread olive oil on naked crusts and baked each about 10 min before topping. Great texture - highly recommended!

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adcpu23 October 23, 2007

Wonderful crust! I made this for Caramelized Onion Cheese Pizza, and it turned out lovely.

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KP in Canada June 17, 2007

I tried this recipe on friends who normally do not like whole wheat recipes and they STILL loved it.. I used half of the recipe to make a small pizza and the other half to make 2 calzons. It was pretty easy to work with as well as tasting great.

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Chef Wifezilla May 01, 2007

This ingredient list worked out well. I used the pizza crust instructions that came with my stand mixer, but it was nice to have the whole wheat ingredients. I ended up using 1/4 C less whole wheat flour. My husband really liked the pizza too.

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Whole Wheat Pizza Crust for Bread Machine