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  1. Jen

    Thanks for the recipe! Your pizzas look delicious. If you don’t have bread flour, could you substitute white flour in the dough?

  2. rhodeygirltests

    Jen- Hi! You are a first time commenter yes? White flour/all purpose flour will be fine but I noticed that bread flour makes the crust crunchier.

  3. Hey girly! I love homemade dough- it is SO easy to make. I use the 101 cookbooks recipe with half whole wheat half all purpose. Love that you can freeze it and pull it out as you need it! Such a great easy week night meal. YUM! Hope you guys had fun last night. Josh was thrilled the Phils won!

  4. Biz

    I love Party Pizza Friday! I do it almost every week – but my husband kind of gets sick of it every once in a while!

    My dough recipe is no rise:

    1 cup warm water
    1 package yeast
    let sit for 5 minutes
    add 2.5 cups all purpose flour
    1 tsp. salt

    Mix together then knean for 1 minute and roll it out and you are good to go. This is enough for a 16 to 18 inch pizza. YUM!

  5. Hello – just found your blog, from the WordPress homepage. I will definitely be bookmarking your page – looks like you have some great recipes here!

  6. LOVE our pizza dough – best part is NO oil in the dough (at least in my recipe)

  7. Congrats for making Freshly Pressed. Love the look of the pizza. I will bookmark and be back.

  8. I looooove whole wheat pizza dough. I put honey in my recipe and it is soo good. After reading your post, I really wish I was eating pizza.

  9. This looks so delicious…I would love to try and make it!

  10. Sabrina! This looks incredible. I’ll give it a go this weekend.

  11. I’m always astounded by people who can make homemade dough, but you make it seem so very easy! Thanks.

  12. justin

    interresting but can you grill it

  13. pupfiction

    Hey! This was on the wordpress homepage as “freshly pressed”. When I saw “whole-wheat pizza” I knew it was you! Wonder how they pick them, anyway weird that I saw your blog when there are thousands of blogs out there!

  14. i loved reading your pizza making memories. i’ve always been so intimidated by making any kind of bread product from scratch. this recipe makes it seem easy though! perhaps i’ll consider an attempt.

  15. foodieinthecity

    I’ve got to agree with you. Homemade pizza dough is where it is at. It is SO easy and tastes so ‘fresh.

    Great post since I adore pizza!

  16. Pretty Project

    I am so impressed that you guys make your own pizza dough! Wish I could have dinner at your house! 😉


  17. grilled zuchini! yummmm 🙂

  18. I love homemade pizza crust – try honey instead of the sugar – it is amazing.

    I agree about the pizza stone – I got mine for $15 and it is one of the most loved things in our kitchen.

  19. Nothing beats homemade pizza crust. A pizza stone is a super investment.. my parents have one but we dont.. AHHHH shoulda put that on the registry..lol.

    Although I dont eat cheese, I gotta say your pizzas look incredibly yummy. I like that you guys buy moz. in blocks.. I bet its soo much fresher than the bagged kind.

  20. Your pizza looks absolutely out of this world! We get together with a group of friends (for ten years now) for pizza once a month. On the other weeks, I make pizza at home – love the whole wheat recipe!

  21. Love this!! Sounds and looks delish!! 🙂

  22. It’s funny, I made some whole wheat pizza dough last night without seeing your blog. Mine was ok, but to dense. Not airy or light. I think I screwed up by not getting the water warm enough or using enough water to activate the yeast. But crust was firm and crisp but not light inside and it didn’t expand much. It was more like a flat bread then a pizza crust. Ah will, I plan on trying again. Great directions.

  23. Great tips on the making of pizza and great pics. I have been experimenting with whole grain crusts and you are right so far, they are just too dense. This last time I got closer, so I am not giving up though.

  24. Yum! So glad I’ve got pizza on the menu at home this evening after seeing such a delicious looking post! I’ve found that I can use 100% whole wheat flour if I roll the dough reeeeeaaaaaly thin (which is how I prefer it anyway), almost like a flatbread. The recipe I uses looks fairly similar. Maybe it’s worth another try? LOVE the idea of a grilled zucchini pizza!

  25. Your pizza looks delicious- I am a pizza dough newbie- actually never made it and would love to give it a try!

  26. I’m loving all of your pizza creations! I haven’t made my own dough yet but it seems so easy – thanks for the recipe 🙂

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  28. Wua… cool idea. I would like to make it some time, just had Hawaiian pizza for dinner tonight.

  29. Bec

    all the pizza’s look so good! I love home made pizza for dinner 🙂

  30. pizzas do look delicious 🙂

  31. IslandMeri

    Love this…pizza looks delicious and all homemade too. I used to make pizza at home but too busy nowadays…so Pizza Express comes in handy but this is sensational!

  32. Its looks delicious, bt i wish it will be available here soon. whole wheat is healthy and tasty, Making pizza with it is great

  33. Whole wheat great for health and pizza great for taste. Combination of both are great!

  34. Que delícia! hummmmmm


    love it.

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    happy weekend!!!!!!!!! HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

  36. This pizza looks amazing!! I’m definitely trying it out this weekend!

    I love that PB comments on your posts. So cute! How did you guys meet?! I’m sure you wrote about this somewhere – I should go find it!

  37. Ashby

    How would it work with white-wheat flour?

  38. chau

    can you calculate the calories for this recipe? we are invited to go to a pizza party tonight where the host will make homemade pizza so we’re doubly excited. we haven’t had a chance to make our own yet (no pizza stone, and dead yeast) but i will give your recipe a chance once i get ahold of yeast which isn’t expired 😉 as far as block of dry cheese, cheaper to buy bulk then shred?

    • RhodeyGirlTests

      @chau, You can make pizza on a baking sheet- no pizza stone necessary- so keep that in mind when you are ready to make your own! When we are making a lot of pizza we always buy the blocks and shred the cheese ourselves- yes it is much cheaper. However, when we are making only one pizza we usually use shredded as we are lazy! I am not sure of the calories of this recipe.

  39. Becca

    Made this tonight and it was very good! I have never made homemade pizza dough before, and this was the easiest recipe I could find. Thanks for posting this!

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