No Yeast Pizza Crust (About $.50 for one large crust)

Buying bread that will last forever seems like a sin to me. That’s what I think of when I think of pre-packaged pizza dough. Doesn’t taste good, and half of the fun of making pizza is in the dough! This is easy, can be done in about 7 minutes. In a large bowl, mix together 2.5 C white flour (I used 1 C wheat flour for sub), 1 T baking powder, 1 tsp salt (I love garlic, I threw in 1 T garlic salt). Then add in 3/4 C water and 1 T oil (I use Olive Oil). It should NOT be sticky.  If it is, add more flour.

Then roll it out right onto a cookie sheet.  It turns out about as big as a cookie sheet.  Then add toppings and cook for about 15 minutes (or until cheese is melty and gooey) at 400 degrees.

This crust was on the thicker side.  You could easily cut the dough in half and make two thinner crust pizzas 🙂

2.5 C Pillsbury Best All Purpose Flour

1 T baking powder

1 T garlic salt, optional

1 tsp salt

3/4 C water

1 T oil

 

 

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9 Responses to No Yeast Pizza Crust (About $.50 for one large crust)

  1. Jenn says:

    You don’t need Yeast to make pizza crust?!?!?! You are amazing! Love your new blog (I think I found you through babycenter but I can’t remember now)

  2. Little Sis says:

    Wow. We make pizza every Friday night and I do tire of the occasionally unpredictable yeast scene. I’ll have to give yours a try. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Ross Ramsey says:

    That looks Great!!

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  5. Bree Perkins says:

    Well I made this crust, and I’d recommend less salt. I tried the 1 T garlic salt and it’s too much. Also, I couldn’t get the dough to really spread out when I rolled it, it literally would shrink back together lol. Good tasting otherwise 🙂

  6. Kristin G says:

    Love it and so do the kids!!! Thank you

  7. lorna Docherty says:

    Hi I live in Scotland, would like to try the no yeast pizza . However what does the C stand for ? Also ,what does the T stand for ?
    thanks lorna

  8. Fiona says:

    This was terrific. Made two thinner crust pizzas rather than one and cooked a little longer, not too long though because it crisps up as it cools.

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