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Whole-Wheat Pizza Dough

Winter 2003, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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To improve the nutritional profile of pizza, include whole-wheat flour in the crust. Using half whole-wheat and half all-purpose yields a light crust with a distinctive nutty taste. Quick-rising yeast shortens rising time to just 10 minutes, making wholesome homemade pizza a possibility for busy weeknights.



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"This dough turned out great! It definitely has a whole wheat taste, but we liked it. I have a mini food processor, so I had to make three small batches to get the whole pound. My first turned out very hard--I think this was from...
Whole-Wheat Pizza Dough Recipe

24 Reviews for Whole-Wheat Pizza Dough

05/29/2010
Anonymous

We've made this many, many times. A winner. Today my daughter made it and mistakenly used 1 tablespoon of yeast instead of a packet's worth. I think we'll keep making it that way!

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05/18/2010
Anonymous

I was looking for a good tasting whole wheat pizza dough. I found this recipe and made it & it was so tasty. My family loves it and it is healthy for them too. Forget about ordering pizza out...this dough is soft in the middle and crispy on the outside.

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03/13/2010
Anonymous

I just made this today and it is now officially my go-to recipe for homemade pizza. I added a big spoonfull of Costco's spinach & artichoke parmesan dip into the dough right before cooking. Delicious, and I'm making myself hungry!

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02/05/2010

I think it was very tasty and soft. I did add about 2 more tablespooons of water.

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01/15/2010
Anonymous

This crust was a winner with my family tonight. This was my third time attempting to make a homemade pizza. I made a spinach Alfredo pizza....delicious! Every other crust I tried my daughter would spit it out....she would just eat the cheese. She would flip out if she knew it was a whole wheat pizza crust.

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