Quick and easy homemade pizza crust recipe

This quick and easy homemade pizza crust recipe is so fast to make and you can literally whip up a homemade pizza in no time flat.  It’s absolutely delicious!   The best part is you don’t have to wait for the dough to rise!  Give it a try, you will love it!

Pizza Crust:

1 tbsp active dry yeast

1 cup warm water (105 to 115 degress F)

1 tsp sugar

1 tsp salt

2 tbsp vegetable oil

2 1/2 cups flour

Dissolve the yeast in the water.  Add the rest of the ingredients in and mix.  Dump onto a floured surface.  Knead into a smooth dough (five minutes or so).  Roll out and press down onto a greased pizza pan.  Add some pizza sauce and your toppings.  Bake at 450 degress F for around 12-15 minutes until the crust looks crispy and lightly browned.  Dough can also be frozen as well.

Note:  I also make this gluten free as well substituting the flour with equal portions of the gluten free flour mix below.

All Purpose GF Flour Mix

1 cup brown rice flour

1 1/4 cup white rice flour

1/4 cup potato starch

2/3 cup tapioca starch

3/4 cup sweet rice flour

1/3 cup cornstarch

2 tsp xantham gum

Enjoy!

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Pizza Dough for the Breach Machine

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Comments

88 Responses to Quick and easy homemade pizza crust recipe

  1. 1
    Linda says

    Thanks for posting….I am going to try it.

  2. 2
    Niki says

    I normally make a couple up and partially bake them (425 for 8 min.) I freeze them this way so it is quicker than thawing and waiting for rise. This recipe is similar to the one I use but I got mine from Momadvice and it has some spices (onion, garlic salt in it) kind of stinky so I should try this one some times.

  3. 3
    Mrs. Wilson says

    I was just about to go look for this recipe!! I’m doing it on Friday. Thanks Laura!

  4. 4
    Avlor says

    I do a similar recipe and love that you don’t have to wait for it to rise. ;)

  5. 6
    Laura says

    Yes that is the link I have as well Lisa but unfortunately it isn’t working for some reason.

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    Sherry says

    That’s a great recipe! Adding a bit of corn meal to the greased pan will also add a bit of crunchiness and authenticity as well. Easy step with great results!

  7. 8
    Robin says

    Hi Laura,

    Thanks for sharing this recipe. I am looking forward to trying it.I’m always looking for a good pizza dough.

    Is there any way that you could share what the monthly round up area is going to be for January? I haven’t participated before and I am looking forward to doing so in the New Year (although I may jump in on this month’s).

    Thanks!!
    Robin

  8. 9
    Laura says

    Hi Robin, I haven’t decided yet if I’m going to continue with the round-up. I’d possibly like to change things up a bit. Ideas?

  9. 10
    Heather says

    Seriously no need for this dough to rise first? Yippee!!!!!
    If you discontinue round up I think you should still have a running room by room thing maybe posted in the side bar—it helps inspire those of us who are wannabe organizers but lack motivation to get on it.

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    Lynn says

    My sisters and I have been making this recipe for years. We got it from a Taste of Home cookbook from the 90’s. We love it. When I saw Crystal’s on Biblicalwomanhood awhile ago I realized it was the same. I am not sure where she got her recipe but it appears to be the same as the one I have been making for years. Here is the Taste of Home link. http://www.tasteofhome.com/Recipes/Old-World-Pizza

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    Mama Kalila says

    I’ll have to try that! I found a really good recipe (I have it linked on my blog, so gonna change my website on here to the appropriate one lol) but it has honey in it so I’m always having to cook a second meal on pizza night for my baby.

  12. 13
    Deborah says

    Thank you for sharing this recipe!

    Deborah @ Comfort Joy Designs
    comfortjoydesigns.blogspot.com
    comfortjoydesigns{AT}gmail{DOT}com

  13. 14
    Sarah says

    I make this as well, it’s great! I add a tsp of Italian seasonings. Gives it great flavor.

  14. 15
    ALVA says

    Thanks for the recipe. I think I will be trying this out soon.

  15. 16
    Diana says

    I’ve been looking for a good pizza dough recipe. And this just looks too easy!

  16. 17
    Prudent Homemaker says

    I have a website, not a blog, but I linked you to what we’re having for dinner tonight; it’s my own cheaper alternative to Rice A Roni’s spanish rice, and it’s all rice (no pasta, which is helpful to those who can’t have wheat).

    I plan my meals seasonally by what is cheapest that season and by what is fresh in my garden.

  17. 18
    Jo's Quirky Cooking says

    I love your site! This is really going to help me get organized! I’ve posted my week’s menu plan… I use mostly organic, local veges, and whatever’s on special, and I cook most things from ‘scratch’. I’m wheat free, sugar free and mostly dairy free.

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    Elaine H says

    I love homemade pizza. We usually divide up the dough so that everyone can make their own personal pan pizza with exactly what they want on it and nothing else – eliminates complaints I’ve found.

    The recipe that I was given by a friend is pretty much the same, she uses it as it has no milk products so her son can have it.

  19. 20
    Jen S says

    This was delicious and SO easy! Thanks for sharing. Your MPM has single handedly changed the way we eat and cook in my house. Thanks so much for your hard work!

  20. 21
    annie says

    I made this tonight, it was great!

  21. 22
    Alison says

    Oooh, that looks good! I’ve been making a variant of Robyn Ryberg’s gf crust (uses corn starch and potato starch, no other flours), and it’s okay, but it’s so sticky, it’s very difficult to work with.

    How similar in consistency is the gf dough to the “real” dough? And how big a pizza pan do you use for this recipe? Would a 9 x 13 cookie sheet work?

    Thanks so much!

  22. 23
    Sarah says

    Where do I find the other flours? All I can find is brown rice flour. HELP!! My son has Celiac.

  23. 24
    Daryl @ ragu coupons says

    This is great. I usually use Pillsbury pizza dough in the little cylinder shaped containers just because it is easy. The problem is that it’s usually a very flat pizza and sometimes soggy. It looks like making a thicker dough isn’t too difficult.

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    kim says

    Tried the regular pizza crust tonight. It was excellent! I used olive oil and the 4 kids, the nephew and the husband all loved it. Thanks for posting!

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