Ditch the delivery and whip up the ultimate 4-ingredient recipe for Easy Homemade Pizza Dough Without Yeast.

A top-down view of pizza on a wood board with bowls of cheese and seasonings

Few things in the kitchen are more satisfying than mastering homemade pizza dough. And if you ask me, few foods are more comforting that a hot, cheesy slice-o-pie.

But pizza perfection doesn’t have to be delivered or defrosted, and it especially doesn’t need to involve a complicated dough recipe that requires hours of proofing. So let’s get this party started with your new favorite recipe for Easy Homemade Pizza Dough Without Yeast!

How Do You Make Pizza Dough Without Yeast?

It all comes down to the perfect mix of four simple ingredients:

  • Flour
  • Baking powder
  • Olive oil
  • Sugar

Add a splash of water and a pinch of salt to the equation and there is no need to reach for that packet of yeast! The baking powder does all the heavy lifting, seamlessly taking the place of yeast.

A glass bowl with pizza dough and a spatula

What’s the Texture of Pizza Dough Without Yeast?

It’s tender, fluffy, chewy and crispy in all the right ways! The first time I skipped the yeast, I was doubtful the pizza dough would have the same bite as the classic yeasted version, but all doubts were erased the second I started kneading this dough.

It’s incredibly smooth and easy to work with. Best of all, it takes just 25 minutes to come together, and that includes a 15-minute resting time.

A wood cutting board sprinkled with flour and a ball of pizza dough on top

Do You Bake Pizza Crust Before Topping It?

No need! Rolling the dough to roughly 1/4-inch thick means it’s thin enough to crisp up on the bottom and bake all the way through while it has toppings on it.

So roll out your dough, slather on the sauce and get to work with your toppings of choice.

A rolling pin on top of pizza dough on a cutting board

What Are the Best Pizza Toppings?

I am divided when it comes to the best pizza toppings, but here are my two favorite go-to combinations:

  • The Classic: marinara sauce, pepperoni, green pepper, red onion, shredded mozzarella cheese, and a good shake of Italian seasoning and Parmesan cheese on top
  • Barbecue Chicken: barbecue sauce, grilled chicken, caramelized onions, shredded gouda and mozzarella cheese, and cilantro on top
An unbaked pizza on a gold baking sheet lined with cornmeal

Ready to ditch the yeast and perfect your homemade pizza skills? Read on for the recipe, and don’t miss more of my favorite ways to use pizza dough with the below recipes:

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Easy Homemade Pizza Dough Without Yeast

Ditch the delivery and whip up the ultimate 4-ingredient recipe for Easy Homemade Pizza Dough Without Yeast.
4.89 from 89 votes
A top-down view of pizza on a wood board with bowls of cheese and seasonings
Prep Time 25 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Servings 6 servings

Ingredients 

  • 2 cups all-purpose flour, plus more for kneading dough
  • 2 1/4 teaspoons baking powder
  • 2 teaspoons sugar
  • 1 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 3/4 cup water
  • 2 Tablespoons olive oil

Instructions 

  • In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, sugar and salt. 
  • Add the water and olive oil, and using a spatula, stir together the ingredients until combined.
  • Lightly flour your work surface then turn out the dough and knead it for 1 minute until it comes together into a smooth ball. (Do not over-knead the dough.)
  • Place a damp towel over the dough and let it rest for 15 minutes.
  • When ready to bake, preheat the oven to 400°F. 
  • Lightly flour your work surface then roll the dough into a 12-inch circle that’s roughly 1/4-inch thick.
  • Transfer the dough onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper then top it with your preferred sauce, cheese and toppings.
  • Bake the pizza until the crust is golden brown and reached your desired level of crispiness, 15 to 20 minutes.
  • Remove the pizza from the oven then slice and serve.
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Calories: 200kcal, Carbohydrates: 34g, Protein: 4g, Fat: 5g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Sodium: 391mg, Potassium: 196mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 1g, Calcium: 71mg, Iron: 2mg

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  1. 5 stars
    Turned out very good,made it with bell pepper, red onion slices , green olives and looots of mozzarella cheese , kids devoured it :)

  2. 5 stars
    Lovely and easy recipe.
    Very glad you shared this recipe,I’ve tried a few and was still looking for a go to. Thank you, will definitely be using this recipe many times!

  3. 5 stars
    I made Pigs in Blankets using this dough. It was so easy to work with! And, my family loved it! I’ll definitely be using this recipe for years to come. Thanks for sharing!

  4. 5 stars
    I made this recipe last weekend. My family was impressed with the dough and have asked that I make this recipe again this weekend. Easy to follow, and very tasty. It was a quick and easy recipe to make on the fly.

  5. 5 stars
    Very easy delicious crust. I added basil and Italian seasoning to the dough. My sin in law calls it biscuit dough. A big hit in my house.

  6. 5 stars
    Excellent. Brushed the bottom of the pan with oil and the top of the crust. I also added some oregano and herbs de provence to the dough. Baked for 8 min at 200C and then added sauce/toppings/cheese before baking another 20-25min. The crust was AMAZING. So flavorful, crunchy on the outside, soft in the middle. Forget yeast recipes, I’ll be making this again and again.

  7. Denise
    April 1st 2021
    I just made this dough tonight and my bf loves it which I am very thankful cause he is a very picky eater this is going to be my number one pizza dough from now on thank you so much for sharing this, and this is not an April Fools Joke

      1. Been making it lots. Love it thank you. Making half recipe for personal pizza right now lol

  8. 4 stars
    Hello,
    I made this crust last night and it worked out perfectly. I would like some advise on how to make the crust more flavorful, it was a little bland in taste.Thank you for your time and consideration

  9. 5 stars
    This crust was fantastic. Because I can’t eat yeast or salt, I’ve struggled to find a quick and easy, but tasty, way to make pizza. This recipe did the trick. I left out the salt, and added some salt-free Italian seasoning to the dough instead. I also made it easier by mixing the dough in a standing mixer with a dough hook. It turned out beautifully. This was the pizza I’ve been missing! It will definitely become part of my repertoire.

      1. 5 stars
        Made this with my 5 year old son and my mom. It was a great recipe to follow and we had all the ingredients. We used marinara sauce with basil, celery and carrots. Topped it with jack colby cheese, pepperoni, red bell peppers and kalamata olives. It was delicious!!!

      2. I love that everyone got involved in the kitchen! And I’m so glad you enjoyed the recipe!

  10. 5 stars
    I have tried various crust recipes (with and without yeast). This one is by far the easiest and tastiest!

  11. 5 stars
    Very good dough! I just made a pizza following the dough recipe exactly as posted. I must admit I was a little skeptical at first but it was a hit! It was quick and so easy to make and rolled out perfectly. . I did not miss the yeast at all.
    Thank you!

  12. 5 stars
    This was the 1st time I ever made pizza of any kind, and I loved it! Thank you so much for the yeast-free recipe! Do you think I would kill it if I tried it next time, with 1/2 whole wheat flour or all whole wheat? Thanks again!

  13. 5 stars
    This was muuuuuuuch better than I thought it would be. I tried it tonight because I didn’t have time for a yeast-dough rise. While I think this is a perfectly good recipe, I was wondering what you think about maybe replacing the water in the recipe with an equal amount of beer to replace the yeasty flavor. Or would that bomb? Thanks!

    1. Hi Heather! Love that idea! I’ve never tried it so I’m not certain what the results would be, but it’s worth a shot!

  14. 5 stars
    This was an awesome crust. I will make this again and again. I will cut the recipe in half next time since the pizza is for 1. Thank you for sharing and giving a great alternative to yeast crust.

  15. 5 stars
    Delicious!!! I have tried a different recipe for my first time ever making homemade pizza, and it was terrible. It’s like I was eating a big cloud of dough because it had risen beyond what it was supposed to. This crust was perfect! The resting time really makes a difference. Thank you for sharing this recipe with us all!

  16. 5 stars
    I followed the recipe as is and it came out perfect made mine into mini pizzas though, the kids devoured them, will definitely keep making this recipe, thanks so much.

  17. 5 stars
    It’s cooking right now, OMG! Who knew you could make pizza dough w/o yeast? We tried buying fresh pizza dough from
    Whole Foods, but since it’s the pandemic, apparently everybody had the same idea as me for Valentine’s Day and bought out all the dough on the shelves! I figured some smart person knew how to make it, and I was hoping for a yeast alternative, since I don’t have any right now. This is perfect! You are one of the smart people who let us in on this secret. It may be the ONLY way we make pizza now! Thanks for the great recipe!

  18. 5 stars
    I have tried a fair few no yeast pizza base recipes before… what can i say this recipe exceeded my expectations! So fluffly and delicious – wow! Will definately be saving and making this again soon. I did have to add a little more water as the dough was a little dry at first and i only covered the dough with a towel not damp so was a little hesistant how it would come up but there was no need to worry. Thank you:)

  19. 5 stars
    I have tried a fair few no yeast pizza base recipes before… what can i say this recipe exceeded my expectations! So fluffly and delicious – wow! Will definately be saving and making this again soon. I did have to add a little more water as the dough was a little dry at first and i only covered the dough with a towel not damp so was a little hesistant how it would come up but there was no need to worry. Thank you:)

  20. 5 stars
    This is so fabulous! Thank you for sharing this recipe. It made a wonderful pizza, perfectly fluffy, couldn’t tell it was yeast-free. My dough seemed quite sticky, so I used a lot of extra flour during the kneading and rolling, and it turned out really great but I’m tempted to try adding less water next time and then not have to use so much flour for kneading/rolling. Or maybe better not mess with perfection ;)

    1. Hi Jade! I wouldn’t recommend making the dough ahead as the leavener begins working immediately. Storing it in the fridge could make it lose its fluffing abilities. :)

  21. 5 stars
    I honestly didn’t have high hopes for this. I had to add a bit more water and the dough was still a tad bit shaggy. I used my stand mixer for the initial combination then went with my hands to finish getting it together. I was terrified of over-kneading. Added sauce, cheese, crumbled bacon, and cubed ham. Put it in for 15 minutes, then put back in for an additional 5. I was still skeptical until I tried it. It is so yummy! It definitely is more of a bread pizza, but I didnt care because that’s the way to my heart! I will save and make again! It would be fun to experiment with spices in the dough. Thank you! Hubby enjoyed it too!

  22. 5 stars
    Easy, yummy, and just the right amount for a 12” pizza for 2. I have made other no-yeast crusts in the past but this is the best, maybe because of the tiny amount of sugar.

  23. This was delicious! My pizza finicky kids both loved the pizza. I used garlic salt instead of regular salt and rolled the crust out on corn meal for more texture like other pizza crusts. Yum!! This is a keeper!

  24. 5 stars
    Wow ,easy had all the ingredients needed . , , quick meal and was a hit with family. They were asking when’s the next pizza?

  25. 3 stars
    First time for me! But I think I’ll try crust with the yeast to see if it’s chewier and crispy.
    But thank you, cause didn’t have yeast on hand.

  26. My first time making pizza dough, and it worked well. I was so very pleased with the end results. Thank you for the recipe.

  27. 5 stars
    I did not add sugar, I did add a teaspoon of Italian seasoning to dry ingredients and a teaspoon of crushed garlic to liquid ingredients and I used bread flour. Smells delicious, and tastes delicious too!…wrote it in my recipe book…

  28. 5 stars
    I am 11 years old and made this by myself for a family dinner. We all enjoyed it, but next time I would double the porstions because it wasn’t enough for everyone to get full on.

  29. 5 stars
    Made this today as a BBQ Chicken Pizza and it was wonderful! Have shared the recipe with my sister-in-law and she’s going to try also. Definitely a keeper recipe!

  30. 5 stars
    This is such a great alternative to yeasted pizza dough! I didn’t have the time to make my normal dough recipe so I searched up “pizza dough without yeast”, yours was the first to pop up and I had everything on hand already so it was so easy to make! Thank you for such a quick, and easy recipe! I did add some garlic and onion powder to the dough and my kids absolutely love it!

  31. It’s easy and it is REALLY good, I was delighted and ate the whole pie (with portobello mushrooms, tom sauce and cheddar} for dinner and lunch.

  32. 4 stars
    I loved making it. And I followed the recommendation to not prebake. Next time I will prebake. But my wife and I loved the flavor and the healthiness of knowing all of the ingredients were our choice.

    1. Hi there! It’s tough to freeze this non-yeasted dough because the leavener starts working right away. So if you freeze the dough, it may not be as soft and fluffy once you defrost and bake it. But let me know if you give it a shot!

  33. 5 stars
    Really like this recipe. I found that there isn’t much taste in the dough so I intend to add another teaspoon of salt when I make it next. Thank you for this easy alternative for pizza dough!

    1. Hi Jesse – Baking soda isn’t a 1:1 substitute with baking powder so simply using baking soda will result in a dough that isn’t as soft and fluffy. You could make a baking powder substitute by combining 1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar with 1/4 teaspoon baking soda for every 1 teaspoon of baking powder called for in the recipe. However, I haven’t tried that substitution with this recipe so I can’t say with certainty what the results would be. Let me know if you give it a shot!

  34. 5 stars
    Kids said it was the best pizza they ever had and they are teens who are hard to please. I’ve never made pizza dough before and had “nothing” at home to cook – this was perfect. I added garlic powder, oregano, and basil to the dough. Next time I’ll try to raise the temp on the oven as it took over 25 minutes to get the crust brown. Fantastic flavor!

  35. Hubby’s on a “new food choice groups”, made this pizza dough, and making it AGAIN… very nice, easy to work with, and meets “his” food requirements … thanx so much :)
    sincerely, June Fantoli

  36. Is there any chance I can replace the olive oil? I’m from Philippines and olive oil is quite expensive here, and some are not pure or should I say ‘legit’ olive oil. Can I replace it with canola or vegetable oil?

    1. Hi Amanda – I wouldn’t recommend making the dough ahead as the leavener begins working immediately. Storing it in the fridge could make it lose its fluffing abilities. :)

  37. 5 stars
    This was perfect! I went 1.5 times the recipe so I could make a pizza for myself, my husband and our daughter and had enough for 2 mini pizza for our grandkids. My 6 year old granddaughter said the crust was the best! Thanks!

    1. Hi Margaret – I wouldn’t recommend making the dough ahead as the leavener begins working immediately. Storing it in the fridge could make it lose its fluffing abilities. :)

  38. 5 stars
    This recipe was a lifesaver since I had no yeast.
    I divided into two halves and used one large half for a pizza crust. Turned out PERFECTLY. I did pre-bake without toppings for 10 mins and then added the ingredients by buttering the sides and adding topping and it turned out both cracker-y AND bread-y.. just delicious!! The other half I put a potato in the middle so that it would bake into a bread bowl for my clam chowder and it was crispy on the outside and tender on the inside and SO tasty!! Thank you!!!

  39. I gave the recipe to my 13 years old daughter and it came out perfect. It is easy she did not struggle even one bit. 5/5

  40. This is a really great pizza dough recipe. So easy. I have even used this to make homemade cinnamon rolls.

  41. 5 stars
    Came together fast and easy and couldn’t believe it had no yeast. One thing I did different was put corn meal under pizza before cooking. Made pizza come off pan very easy. Hats off the chef.

  42. It’s me again….how do I make the dough super crispy?…my hubby thinks it should be crispier….any ideas Kelly?

    1. Hi Jeanine! I’d recommend rolling the dough into a very thin layer. Looking forward to hearing your results!

  43. 5 stars
    This pizza dough recipe is super easy!! My pizza came out perfectly crispy and chewy! amazinggg!

  44. 4 stars
    Super easy and fun, took about 5 min to make the dough so easy for last minute dinners. Did this with my friend totally using this recipe again!

  45. I tried this recipe last night too for the Homemade Pizza without the Yeast.
    My husband and grandson absolutely loved the pizza! The dough is
    perfect! I give it 10 stars K. Scott

  46. Super dough recipe….I have a “holed” pizza pan so I eliminated the parchment paper, took about 30 minutes to crisp up with the toppings, sent recipe to some friends…..thanx kelly!

    1. Hi Mary Beth! It’s tough to freeze this non-yeasted dough because the leavener starts working right away. So if you freeze the dough, it may not be as soft and fluffy once you defrost and bake it. But let me know if you give it a shot!

  47. 4 stars
    I just made this, & it was very good. My husband liked it too, & he’s a bit picky about pizza. It was easier then I thot. AND I didn’t realize you can make pizza dough without yeast! I’ll try it again, & keep perfecting it to our tastes & our oven. ( this time I had no toppings except cheeses. ) Thank you!

  48. Hello! I’m planning on making this recipe tonight, but I just wondered if you could clarify the serving size?

    I’ve got two adults and a very hungry child to make pizza for – will one times this recipe be enought?

    Thank yoU!

    1. Hi Jess! It really depends on how hungry you all are, but this recipe yields roughly a 12-inch pizza. :)

  49. First time to try this recipe and first time to make homemade pizza dough. It turned out amazing. Will be using this one again.

  50. Loved the ease of working with this dough! It did take longer to bake to get it crispy like we like it. I pre-baked it for just a few minutes, then once I put toppings on it, it took closer to 25 minutes to get brown and crispy. It tasted really good! Thank you!

  51. 5 stars
    I tried this recipe as I was unable to get self rising flour to mix with greek yougart for a two ingredient crust. I made this recipe 1 and 1/2 times bigger and added half a cup of grated parmesan to the dough when I mixed it a second time before rolling it out. I cooked it for 17 minutes at 450 degrees and it turned out fantastic. The taste and the texture was just perfect.
    Thank you for the recipe.

  52. 5 stars
    I tried this recipe as I was unable to get self rising flour to mix with greek yougart for a two ingredient crust. This no yeast recipe turned out very well and tasted great. I did had half a cup of grated parmesan to the dough when I mixed it a second time before rolling.
    Thank you for the recipe.

  53. 5 stars
    Thank you so much! I had some friends over at my house the other day, and it was AMAZING! Everyone loved it.
    Here’s a tip:
    If you don’t have any says for you pizza, you can put a little olive oil on there instead! And it tastes super good, too!

  54. 5 stars
    Thank you for the recipe!! Its so easy and i love it without the yeast. Make this today for lunch. My 2 grown-up girls love it!..

  55. i have been making home made pizza dough and sauce for 5 years plus. i usually use yeast. i tried this. gave it a little twist by mixing different. all turned out very nice. thank you. I like to perfect my cooking. with your help. I did just that. thank you so much. i do like the yeast flavor. it reminds me of an Amish bakery. thanks to you both of best worlds.

  56. 5 stars
    This is not bad. I didn’t know what to expect, but I’m impressed! I made half a batch for a smaller personalized pizza and it was delicious. Love this crust!

    1. Hi Elvira! The water and olive oil are mixed together then added to the large bowl containing the dry ingredients. :)

  57. A legit question…it says to roll out the dough then transfer it to the baking pan. Once rolled out, the dough is already soft and pliable and therefore needs to be rolled out on our baking pan. I found out the hard way when made this for first time 3 wks ago. Now is the second time. Is the dough non-stick once baked as it has olive oil? Instead of placing flour on pan before rolling out, decided to take a chance and brush EVOO. Midway thru the damp towel step now. Lets see if this works!

    1. Hi Meg! I’m not sure if I understand your question… are you asking if the dough is rolled out before being put on the pan?

  58. 5 stars
    I never opt for pizza when I’m hungry but I’m so happy we decided to make our own last night. This is so easy to make and goes by so fast!!

    1. Hi Lori! It’s tough to freeze this non-yeasted dough because the leavener starts working right away. So if you freeze the dough, it may not be as soft and fluffy once you defrost and bake it. But let me know if you give it a shot!

  59. 5 stars
    Made this for dinner. Grocery stores are completely out of yeast. Skeptical that it would have a good rise but pleasantly surprised at how nice the pizzas turned out! I doubled the recipe. Shaped into 4 equal balls and made 4 small pizzas for my family. Definitely making this again!

  60. 5 stars
    I haven’t made this yet but I cannot find yeast at any GROCERY STORE or online! i’m really excited to try this but the problem is i don’t have kosher salt can i use regular salt?

    1. Hi Ayesha – That’ll work! But I’d recommend using about half the amount as the recipe states otherwise your pizza dough will be way too salty.

  61. Thank you! This was so easy to make, stretch and roll out. I was able to make a thin crust and it baked nice and crispy like my family likes it! Will definitely save and use this over and over!

  62. 5 stars
    I made this pizza last night, and I was not very hopeful since I have ALWAYS heard that one needs yeast, yeast, yeast!

    But OMG, this pizza base was delicious, soft, well risen, crunchy and in ONE word, absolutely delicious. My husband and I were in food coma last night :)

    Thank YOU for this recipe Kelly.

  63. 5 stars
    This recipe is amazing. My crust came out perfect. The baking powder is a hero since yeast is non existent right now. Thank you.

  64. 5 stars
    This is an easy and fast recipe. My family love it as a pizza and cheesy bread. Thank you.

    1. You are so welcome, Nina! I’m thrilled you and your family enjoyed the pizza dough recipe!

  65. This recipe is fantastic and has become a weekly ritual for us! Having made it several times, I am wondering if the sugar can be eliminated or does it serve a special purpose?

  66. 5 stars
    Totally 5 awesome stars!!! I love not having to deal with yeast if I don’t have to. Super simple super quick. Broke the dough in to 6 smaller pies and let the kids top their own on this beautiful Memorial Day ❤️ Thank you so much! Definitely going in the recipe Rolodex!!!

  67. Hi…we have now made this crust twice but cant get it to crisp up properly. It is delicious but would prefer it to be a bit crisper. We aren’t sure if maybe toppings are causing it. Thank you.

  68. 5 stars
    Was making pizza for school but I had no access to yeast, found this recipe made it with just seasonings, sauce and cheese and it was amazzzzzing. Thankyou for this recipe

  69. 5 stars
    Great recipe, I love to cook and bake but I am rather bad at making dough, this recipe is amazing I was skeptical at first but when I rolled it out it actually worked will be making more pizzas in the future thank you

    1. Hi Lucy – I wouldn’t recommend that, as the leavener begins working immediately, and storing it in the fridge could make it lose its fluffing abilities. :)

  70. 5 stars
    Can’t find yeast due to the current situation & this crust was great! Made one pizza with tomato sauce, mushrooms, caramelized onions, turkey bacon & cheese. The other had olive oil, spices, figs, goat cheese, caramelized onions & mushrooms. Baked both pies on stone for 20+ mins. This crust holds up to all those toppings perfectly. We just might make our own pizza for NFL games once the season starts!

  71. Hey how do you measure your flower? I used the conversion of 120 g of flower per cup and the dough was wayyyy too wet and I had to add significantly more flower. Are you packing flower when you measure?

  72. 5 stars
    thank you to educated me for making pizza dough w/o yeast, due to lack of yeast in our area.

  73. 5 stars
    Worked for me. I topped with pasta sauce, oregano, garlic and cheese. Family loved it. Not sure how to crisp the base a little more, think I made it a bit thick and needed to squash it out more maybe.

    1. It sounds like you may need to roll the dough a little thinner next time. But I’m so glad you enjoyed the recipe, Mel!

    1. Hi Cassandra! I wouldn’t recommend that, as the leavener begins working immediately, and storing it in the fridge could make it lose its fluffing abilities :)

  74. 5 stars
    Pizza came super good and so yummy.My kids enjoyed it a lot with big complements to me :):).Thank you so much for sharing the recipe.

  75. 5 stars
    Hello Kelly!! I am excited to do this one later. Thanks for the recipe. I hope we can meet soon. (I guess it’s impossible tho☺)

  76. Dear Kelly, may I know your oven settings? top and bottom elements with fan? It’s my first time using it…. Been there as a show piece most of the time…:(….

    1. Hi Nash! As noted in the recipe above, you’ll want to preheat your oven to 400°F. :)

  77. My kids (ages 6 and 7) and I just made pizzas from scratch for the first time ever using this recipe and they turned out great! I must say I was impressed!

  78. ive been making pizza bases for ages with yeast but find it hard to get at moment , wont be making them again with yeast , this recipe is much better , brilliant base and easy to make ,well done

    1. Hi Lauren! I wouldn’t recommend that, as the leavener begins working immediately, and storing it in the fridge could make it lose its fluffing abilities :)

    1. Sure! But I’d recommend using about half the amount as the recipe states otherwise your pizza dough will be way too salty.

  79. 5 stars
    Excellent recipe!!! It was Super-easy and turned out delicious!! I made 3 different pizzas today – first 2 with fresh store-bought dough and last one with your dough..yours won hands-down!!
    Thank you so much!!

  80. Your recipe states all purpose flour which in the UK we call plain flour. I have strong bread flour that I use in my pizza bases so will use this instead.

  81. 5 stars
    This recipe is actually quite easy… And no yeast in site! Would highly recommend it to anyone especially in this day and age where yeast is in short supply.

  82. Can’t wait to try this! What size pizza does this make? We usually finish an extra large pizza from the restaurant. Will this be big enough?

    1. Hi Nicole! I wouldn’t recommend that, as the leavener begins working immediately, and storing it in the fridge could make it loose its fluffing abilities :)

  83. 5 stars
    Ran out of yeast (nooooooo) and absolutely craved pizza, being 26weeks pregnant here, so searched far and wide and I should have known that it would be your recipe I’d use. Absolutely great alternative pizza base for no-yeast!! I cheekily used 1.5cups flour and a 1/4cup semolina! Worked a treat! Thank you :)

  84. I’m very interested in trying this as the supply of yeast in my freezer is getting low and trying to find yeast in food stores here at the moment is fruitless. My only question is, wouldn’t this crust have the same taste of a biscuit instead of a crust? I’m wondering if adding pizza type herbs such as basil or oregano or Italian or even a bit of parmesan cheese might give it a “pizza dough tasting boost?”
    Ha, does that even make sense?!
    Cheers
    Take care, stay well

    1. Totally get your question but it tastes exactly like pizza dough! Feel free to add parm or other seasonings if you want, but the original recipe tastes just like regular ol’ pizza dough :)

  85. Hi, this looks yummy. All I have is self-rising flour due to the lock down. I assume it can be used instead, just leave out the baking powder? Thanks —pg