These fabulous dough recipes allow you to build a tasty pizza from the bottom up. There are several different varieties of pizza dough including yeast, whole wheat, and bread machine recipes.
No packaged or store-bought dough will give you the tender, crisp crust you'll get if you take the time to learn how to make pizza dough. Takeout pizza might become a thing of the past, once you get a taste of your own homemade pizza. Top the dough with veggies and low-fat cheese and you can turn pizza into a low-calorie, guilt-free treat.
This simple 4-ingredient dough makes enough for four mini crusts.
Crisp vegetables, cheese, turkey, and creamy Parmesan white pizza sauce top this golden cornmeal crust pizza recipe that's suitable for lunch or dinner.
With several options of meat and vegetables, you can tailor this diabetic-friendly pizza to suit your tastes.
This 100-year-old recipe uses an egg to add richness. Several risings take place, yielding a lighter, tastier crust. A damp towel covers the dough during risings, keeping it extra moist.
Bake this Italian-style sausage and cheese pizza in a pan at least 2 inches deep. Serve it for dinner with a tossed side salad.
This versatile dough can be frozen ahead and used to make lunch or dinner calzones any time you like.
Calzones are pizzas that have been transformed into turnovers. The same dough and toppings that are used for pizzas can be used to make calzones.
These easy-to-prepare miniature pizzas, or pizzettes, can be part of an antipasto selection served before a casual meal.
Bean dip and picante sauce lend this yummy pizza a great Tex-Mex taste, while the zucchini and green onion keep the flavor fresh.
You can serve this meatless pizza as a main dish or an appetizer.
The whole wheat double crust envelopes a cheesy spinach filling for this robust pizza.