Freezer-Friendly Homemade Pizza Dough

I finally gave homemade pizza dough another try. The first time I tried homemade dough it stuck to my pizza peel and almost fell into a pile in the bottom of my oven. This time worked out much better (thanks to the use of ample amounts of flour!). What makes this dough even better – it’s freezer friendly!!!

Pizza Uncooked



The Finished Product

Overall the pizza turned out well. Next time I’ll try to make it a little thinner but that’s just my preference. My total cost for this meal was between $2-3, cheaper than most pizza delivery! If you want to give it a try click here for the recipe from Money Saving Mom. This recipe is part of her 4 Weeks to Fill Your Freezer series which is full of a TON of great freezer-friendly recipes!


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3 Responses to Freezer-Friendly Homemade Pizza Dough

  1. Making your own pizza dough is a great idea and not that hard. I like to sprinkle the pizza peel with a lot of course cornmeal. It helps the pizza slide off easily and I also like the crunch of a bit of cornmeal in the finished crust. Not that I haven’t had a lot of dicey moments getting the pizza from the peel onto the pizza stone!
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    • Actually I’ve now gone to making the pizza atop a piece of parchment paper and sliding it onto the stone— completely eliminates any sticking problems. Just checking in here, hope to see you blogging again!
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      • Britni says:

        I hadn’t thought of parchment paper, what a great idea! Does the crust come out nice and crispy? I hope to be blogging again soon. Since moving we have been tremendously busy but in a GOOD way! I am completely loving life and I want to share our continued journey with all of you. Thanks!!

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