- 3-1/2 cups bread flour
- 1 cup whole wheat flour
- 5 teaspoons quick-rise yeast
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon honey
- 1-1/2 to 1-2/3 cups warm water (120° to 130°)
- Place flours, yeast and salt in a food processor; pulse until blended. Add honey. While processing, gradually add water until a ball forms. Continue processing 60 seconds to knead dough.
Turn dough onto floured surface; shape into a ball. Cover; let rest 10 minutes. Divide dough into quarters. Use immediately or securely wrap and freeze for later use.
Freeze option:Wrap each portion of dough in plastic wrap and place in resealable freezer bags; freeze up to 1 month. To use, If using frozen dough, thaw in the refrigerator overnight. Proceed as directed. Yield: 2 pounds (enough for 4 pizzas).
Reviews for Thin Crust Pizza Dough
"Very good. To fit my 14 inch pizza stone I divided the dough into three parts and it worked very well."
"This makes a thin crust for a round pan. My kitchen aid handled this with ease."
"Fast, simple, and delicious! I used regular yeast rather than the quick-rise yeast and didn't have any problems. It rolled out easily and baked to the perfect crispness. I think this will replace my old crust recipe!"
"My husband and I thought that this recipe was fantastic! I used unbleached all-purpose flour instead of the bread flour/whole wheat flour combination and pulsed in 1 Tbl. olive oil as some of the reviews suggested. Although I liked the convenience of making the dough in my food processor, my cheap little model had a hard time with that quantity, so I will be using my Kitchen Aid and dough hook the next time around. I like the fact that I have dough in the freezer to use in the near future and this will definitely be my new go-to pizza crust recipe!"
"My husband and I have pizza at least once a week. This is now my go-to homemade pizza crust. I just have to find the perfect sauce for this."
"Top-notch!! Was so pleased to find this recipe, have only made pizza dough once before and it was too thick.... much prefer thin crust. I added 1Tbsp olive oil as other reviewers suggested and it was perfect. Next time though, I will use all white flour instead of the whole wheat. (Hubby didn't really love it!)"
"I found the mixture to be a little dry (as previous reviewers had noted). I pulsed in about 1 T. of olive oil, and it worked great. This dough was very easy to work with and roll out. My kids enjoyed helping in the kitchen when we made this for dinner."
"Really good and easy to work with, I used the yeast for pizzas (Fleischmans) made 2 small pizzas from one dough ball. My son who in the past has worked for a pizzeria was given a frozen ball to try. We'll see how that goes, I don't know if it could be tossed, It is pretty fragile as it thins out though I was still able to lift it onto a vented pizza pan. I did add Parmesan, oregano and garlic powder."
"Great! I put the ingredients in my bread maker, let it mix it up for five minutes or so (kneading) then divided the dough, freezing 3 more portions. Formed on a silicon sheet placed on a cookie pan then baked for 6 minutes or so then put on the ingredients for a "Hawaiian" pizza. Delish! Am finishing up the last piece as I type. Used whole pineapple slices rather then crushed. Hubby said 'it was the best'. =)All gone now..... rats! =^("
"Very tasty crust! However, I did not have anything other than all-purpose flour in my pantry, so that's what I used in place of bread and whole wheat flour. The dough came out really sticky and was nearly impossible to stretch into shape by hand, but I managed better with the use of a rolling pin. It baked up nice and even on a preheated pizza stone. I'm going to hang on to this recipe."