Want to make homemade pizza? Start with a good pizza crust. Find your perfect one here, in this list of homemade pizza dough recipes.
Pizza Dough Recipes
Thin Crust Pizza Dough | Sarah’s Cucina Bella
This is my personal favorite because it’s so much like the pizza crusts I grew up with in New York. It’s thin, but firm enough to stand up to toppings. And it’s full of flavor. If you like New York-style pizza, try this one.
Spicy Pizza Dough | Crumb
If you like spicy things (and I do!) then you’ll adore this spicy pizza dough for creating zesty, heat-filled pizzas. And, yes, it’s really got spiciness built right into the crust. Mmm.
Beer Pizza Dough | The Beeroness
What goes together better than beer and pizza? So, naturally they make a delicious crust with depth, complexity and chewiness. The secret to this dough — besides the beer — is using the right, good ingredients.
Herbed Sourdough Pizza Dough | What Smells So Good?
With a yeasty aroma, this pizza dough quickly became a favorite of Sarah Reid, the voice behind What Smells So Good? Sourdough lovers, this one is for you.
Roasted Garlic and Pesto Buttermilk Pizza Dough | Farm Fresh Feasts
I love a basic pizza dough, but sometimes you want something special. Something different. And this crust, infused with roasted garlic and bright pesto, is just that — tender, wheaty and perfect for pizza night.
Quinoa Crust Pizza | Wine Lady Cooks
This isn’t really a dough — it’s a crust, and a batter-based one at that. But it’s crazy simple (just five ingredients! And one is water!) and creates a tasty gluten-free crust alternative using quinoa as the main ingredient. Yum …
What You Need for a Good Homemade Pizza
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Making homemade pizza is about good ingredients, patience and having the right tools. Here’s what I recommend for cooking at home:
- What to bake on: You can bake your pizza in a pan or on a pizza stone. A pizza stone will produce a perfect crisp on the outside, soft on the inside, crust, and that’s what I recommend using. You can also use it to make bread.
- How to get it out of the oven: Getting the pizza in and out of the oven can be challenging, but a pizza peel makes it easy. I highly recommend using one.
- How to cut it: Everyone should own a pizza wheel for cutting pizza (and dough of all kinds). This is a must for good homemade pizza.
More Tasty Pizza Ideas
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Sarah Walker Caron is a cookbook author, freelance writer and founder of Sarah’s Cucina Bella. She is the author of several cookbooks including The Super Easy 5-Ingredient Cookbook and One-Pot Pasta, both from Rockridge Press. A single mother to two kids in middle school, Sarah loves nightly family dinners, juicy tomatoes plucked fresh from the vine and lazy days on the beach. She also adores reading and traveling.