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P90x Pizza Dough recipe

Ingredients Needed

  1. White Flour (2.5 cup)
  2. Baking Powder (Low Sodium) (2.75 tsp)
  3. Iodized Salt (1.0 tsp)
  4. Butter Oil (1.0 tbsp)
  5. Water (1.0 cup (8 fl oz))


Tired of the usual frozen pizza dough from the market or those pizzas from the famous brands? Use this recipe to produce your own whole wheat dough from scratch!

  • Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Whisk together flour, and baking powder and salt in the bowl of the electric mixer.
  • Put the water and oil to the in the mixer where the dry ingredients are combined. Stir well until the mixture sticks together. If the dough is a bit stiff or dry, you can add a little water.
  • Dough may be somewhat gluey. Rub oil your to keep it from sticking to the dough while kneading. Work with the pizza dough to form it into a ball. Lightly flour your work area and knead the dough and pat into a disk. When the dough sticks so much to your work area, always remember to dust a little flour to prevent it from sticking.
  • Using a rolling pin, roll the dough into 5-6 inch round. Roll dough from the center outwards so the dough spreads evenly.
  • Slightly stretch the dough to your desired size then assemble and flatten into a greased 14 inch pizza pan or a 10 inch pan for a thicker crust. Unevenly shaped dough gives it rustic look so don’t worry about the perfecting the edges.
  • Brush the outside edge of the crust lightly with olive oil. This gives it a nice golden luster after baking. Poke little holes using a fork or toothpick along the crust, this will prevent from bubbling up in one section, and will facilitate the air evenly while baking.
  • Spread sauce and other ingredients on pizza crust. Go light on the sauce to prevent your pizza from being mushy. The key to a great pizza is not to overdo the toppings, in this way, all the flavors are enhanced rather than overpowering them.
  • Bake in the preheated oven for 15-25 minutes or when the crust turns to a golden brown color.
  • Is pizza shaping your dilemma? If the dough bounces back a lot while you are trying to shape it, let it rest for a few and try again. Letting the dough to sit and relax allows the gluten in the dough to slack and should make shaping easier.

    Tip: This recipe is made ideally with an electric mixer. Using a portable hand mixer is not an option. If you do not have an electric mixer, simply knead the dough by hand until smooth and workable. A baker’s peel is a large flat shovel used to slide pizza into a pizza oven. For a regular oven, use a large flat tray, a baking sheet, or a pizza pie pan.

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Nutritional Information for 1 Serving

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