Millet Dough

The best thing about grains is that, with some processing, the flour can be used for all kinds of recipes. Pie crusts, bread, pastries, and now pizza. Here’s a recipe for making millet pizza dough! Preparing the millet for the dough will take a while, as you’ll need to soak the millet in order to…

Thin Crust

Depending on what kind of ingredients you use and how you make the dough, the crust may have a different texture and thickness. Thick crusts can handle a lot of toppings, while thin crusts are more cracker-like and may not be able to hold as many ingredients. It’s all a matter of tastes and what…

Beet Dough

When you’re making a special dough for your pizza, you have to either use special flours or add vegetables in very, very small pieces. In this case, you can use pureed beets to make a dough that’ll be full of nutrients — a beet dough. The key to making this recipe right is to not…

Oats and Broccoli Dough

It’s possible to add vegetables to your homemade dough. All you have to remember is that the vegetable you choose to add has to be either chopped into rather small pieces, or they must be vegetables that can be torn apart. Thankfully, broccoli fits the later category! And if you make the dough with oats,…

Fluffy Pizza Dough — Cheese Edition

A variation of our fluffy pizza dough recipe. This recipe includes parmesan cheese, giving the dough a less flexible and fluffy texture, but more flavor. Remember to use parmesan cheese of the best quality, and to mix it well into the dough! Once the dough is baked, the cheese will incorporate flawlessly into the crust….

Oats Pizza Dough

There are many kinds of grains you can use for pizza doughs. All you need is to get them already made as flour, or turn them into flour yourself with a food processor. As an example, you can use oats to make your own oats pizza dough. For this recipe, you’ll need a nice quantity…