Thin Crust Pizza Dough Recipe

Thin Crust Pizza Dough

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JoanB

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Nice Dough

I am not a beginner baker, but one of my missions after cooking/baking for many years is to streamline prep work and make it easier for a couple of aging empty nesters! This pizza made the perfect dough for two and one will reside in the fridge for later on. Often times dough becomes more flavorful after a “restful” time for flavors to meld. I will be making this again often. I also shredded some herbs and added them to the dough for an herbal twist. Love that Vitamix!

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Alpha Ice

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Great tasting crust and super easy!!

This worked awesome! It didn’t quite ball up like I wanted to, but it worked really well. No issues with my Vitamix 750 Pro and heating. I put some oil, basil, rosemary, and parsley flakes on the crust, cooked it for a few minutes first (you could go 5-6 minutes for a cripsier crust)…then pulled it out and topped it. The crust is nice and crispy without being burnt or too overdone. The dough was a bit tough to stretch out, but you have to be careful. Lots of cheese and sausage, I’ll make this again very very soon!

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AmyM

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Better than delivery!

I’ve made this 3x now and I’m really happy with the recipe with the following tweaks: used 1/4 teaspoon salt and prebaked the crust for 5 minutes at 475 degrees in a convection oven. I drizzled a little olive oil and grated some Parmesan cheese on the crust before prebaking. Once I added the topping, I baked the pizza for 5 to 6 minutes again at 475 degrees. Wonderful flavor and very crispy. Everyone enjoyed it.

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Melissa123

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Great basic pizza dough

My 7 year old son and I made 2 pizzas using this recipe and it was great. It was VERY easy to make and it had great flavor. My son enjoyed watching the dough ball form in the blender as he pulsed it. (I suggest dusting the pizza pan/stone with corn meal under the pizza before putting it in the oven.) Thank you for another great recipe!

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Rcart

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Best homemade dough and so easy!

We make pizza almost every weekend. I’ve also made it for family and they love it. We add oregano and use 1/4 whole wheat flour and 3/4 all purpose. We let it sit out a few hours and can usually make 3 pizzas out of this receipe.

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Paxton31

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My family loved it.

This recipe was very easy to make and it tasted great. I look forward to tweaking it a bit with herbs and spices and maybe a bit of cheese although cheese could alter the recipe too much. I will not hesitate to make this again. Thanks Vitamix!

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DebraG

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Great for fast pizza making

This appears to be overly wet and unworkable, but if you do flour your hands, the additional flour is enough to make a proper dough. I do find that I need to let it rise a bit longer than the suggested 10 minutes, but it makes very nice pizza in much shorter time than normal.

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prneff

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My new go to pizza crust recipe

Made this for the first time today. I had been making the King Arthur pizza crust recipe in my stand mixer (and it was good). But this was much faster and made a very soft, pliable dough that stretched out easily to cover the pan. It made a very thin crust, which is exactly what I like. I left the second ball of dough in the fridge for another meal at a later date.