Whole Wheat Yeast Free Herbed Pizza Dough

Whole Wheat  Yeast Free  Herbed Pizza Dough created by SassyStew

This crust has a nice and fluffy texture with added flavour. An excellent pair to my white pizza recipe # 101269. Makes one 12 to 15" crust.

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  • In a large bowl combine flours, cornmeal, sugar, herbs, baking powder and baking soda; Mix well.
  • In a seperate bowl mix together yogurt and oil.
  • Add yogurt mixture to flour mixture; mix until well combined and a soft dough forms.
  • Knead dough lightly, about 1-2 minutes.
  • Roll our or press dough evenly in a lightly greased pan.
  • Top with toppings and bake at 400F 20 minutes or until done.
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"This crust has a nice and fluffy texture with added flavour. An excellent pair to my white pizza recipe # 101269. Makes one 12 to 15" crust."
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  1. rasully
    Fantastic quick and healthy pizza base recipe :D
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  2. jrdehn
    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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  3. karlfaske
    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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  4. ROV Chef
    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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  5. lmbo6129
    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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