This is a method rather than a recipe. If you use a convection toaster oven like I do, then you know that while things bake faster due to the heat particles dispersing faster, they sometimes can't bake as thoroughly as a result. But when I made my pizza dough in a real oven, I saw I was getting the same problem-- soggy on the bottom, crust kinda squishy. Now I have perfected the method for getting pizza dough to bake just right when rolled out onto a cookie sheet or baking pan. This rules true for both storebought dough and homemade. PLEASE NOTE that the cooking times may vary just a little bit-- if using a real oven, you may have to bake for a little longer; and if you bake in a high-altitude region you might also have to adjust the times. Here are some great homemade doughs that I have personally had or came up with myself: Recipe #420921, Recipe #421634, Recipe #420921.