I made this using white whole wheat flour instead of the bread flour and honey instead of sugar. It was SO good and crunchy. I will probably never buy pre-made dough again. It also made enough to cover a 12" X 17" baking sheet.
Easy Whole-Wheat Pizza Dough
From EatingWell: July/August 2008
This homemade, yeasted whole-wheat pizza dough requires only one rising, not two, so it's quicker to make than you might suspect. Although bread flour provides more gluten to help the dough maintain its elasticity when shaped and baked, we tested the recipe with all-purpose flour and had good results. This sturdy dough was developed for grilled pizzas, but it can be used in any pizza recipe calling for 1 pound of pizza dough.
17 Reviews for Easy Whole-Wheat Pizza Dough
I think I should have gone with my gut and used honey instead of sugar. I thought this, at best was bland, at worst was slightly bitter. It was thin enough (I used this to make 4 personal pizzas) that you couldn't really taste the crust much with the toppings but I like my crust to have a nice taste on its own.
This recipe really is as easy as it sounds. I prepared my toppings while the dough was rising. The only bit of work is the 10 minutes of kneading, but I found that to be quite therapeutic actually. Next time, I might try the food processor variation, just to see how it comes out. I also might try white whole-wheat flour instead of regular whole-wheat flour for...
This will be my first homemade pizza crust other than the jiffy box. I am not following a recipe so i am not sure if this will be enough dough. I am not sure how you find out how many pounds of dough you will need to use for the size of your pans- any help is greatly appreciated!
I had never made pizza crust before, and this was very easy and fast. The crust ended up very crisp and flavorful - exactly what you want for homemade pizza! I'm so happy that I know how to make pizza crust now - no more purchasing expensive Boboli crusts!