15 Reviews

Fantastic quick and healthy pizza base recipe :D

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rasully September 10, 2010

I varied by using all whole wheat flour and didnt have cornmeal, so just added extra flour. I think the yogurt halped make it so good. SUPER EASY and QUICK dough!

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jrdehn August 28, 2010

Absolutely wonderful and way beyond my expectations! I made this for a lunch pizza today and even my finicky children loved it! Only took about 20 minutes. We are trying to avoid yeast and sugar and this recipe is a keeper! Recipe makes enough for 2 pizzas, so I cut the ingredients in half for just one. Thanks for such a great recipe!

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karlfaske October 16, 2008

I did not like this at all. Sorry. I'm not one to give bad reviews, nut this one made me look bad. I even tried a trial batch in the morning. Thought it was bland and needed salt, as the recipe calls for none. All baked goods need salt. Mine puffed up to double the original thickness, which wasn't that big a deal, but I couldn't use my pizza stone, because the dough has no real support to it so you can't really slid a fully topped pizza off a peel and onto a stone like you would a normal pizza. Plus, I don't think that a quick bread is right for pizza dough. The texture is all wrong, the aftertaste was odd and the whole thing kinda fell apart when I sliced it. Next time, if I'm in a rush, I'll grab on of those Pillsbury pizza dough tubes.

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ROV Chef August 22, 2008

This is the best yeast free pizza crust I have tried! It is flavorful and even though it is a lot like biscuits the flavor/texture is different thus giving it a real crust taste. I used regular fat yogurt and it worked fine.

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lmbo May 05, 2008

This is probably the easiest pizza crust to make there is. It's totally different from Pizza Hut or the like, but good different. BF really liked it but said it needed more herbs, salt and brush with garlic oil and I agree completely. I was really suprised that for the small amount of cornmeal you could really taste it! I also left out the sugar. I was so glad this didn't puff up and make a really thick crust. I just put the dough in the center of my pizza pan and pressed to the edges. It made a large pizza for me, aprox. 16 inches. He said this is a keeper, so I'll be making this many times more I'm sure with a few minor adjustments. Thanks for posting.

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Miss Annie in Indy February 06, 2008

Best dough ever!!! So easy to make and dosnt stick to your fingers!! Thanks alot! youve made my life much more easyer :D

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Tiippo iippo February 05, 2008

Quick, very tastey, healthy, and great foccacia-like texture.

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Bostonian Cook December 09, 2007

Yum! I came home from work on a Friday feeling hungry for (healthy, homemade) pizza, and not in the mood to wait for dough to rise. Since I'm single, I halved the recipe and made one medium-size pizza perfect dinner and tomorrows lunch! I baked the dough for 5 min before adding sauce and toppings, making sure the center was baked through. After adding the toppings, I baked it about 5 min more until the cheese was melted and the crust browned. Great taste! It did crumble a bit when I cut it into slices, but it tasted so good, and had a nice, fluffy texture that I didn't mind at all.

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Wendybird 2 October 19, 2007

Brilliant! Tastes even better cold. This is so quick to make, and reasonably healthy to boot. -This will be my new standard for homemade pizza. This dough is much better behaved than many yeast-risen recipes I have tried. I substituted low-fat sour cream thinned with a little water because my yogurt on hand was vanilla. I also subbed agave necter for the sugar, added a pinch of salt and some fresh ground pepper. Next time I will bake it on a pizza stone as my toppings got a little darker than I like before the crust was fully cooked. Thank you for the fantastic recipe!!!

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SassyStew September 06, 2007
Whole Wheat Yeast Free Herbed Pizza Dough