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No yeast pizza dough results!

I have to say I really like this recipe. I was a little skeptical especially after the last few recipes I've tried. Honestly it was quick, it wasn't alot of mess (which is an issue for me) and it actually worked. Yes there is one thing I would change... it says make the dough, roll it out, put toppings, bake for 10-12 mins. I followed the directions, I was trying to be good this time lol. I am definitely going to make this again but the next time I will bake the crust first for maybe 10 mins then add the toppings and bake for another 10-12mins. (you ca adjust baking time depending on what type of toppings you have.) I will also be adding more lactose free cheese the next time.

you literally mix all the ingredients in a bowl

I mixed the ingredients by hand

form it into a ball

roll it out on whatever you're baking it on

yes, i use a used olive oil bottle as my rolling pin, (got that from my mom) reduce, reuse, recycle


sauce, I love Francesco Rinaldi

The Lil Chef wanted you to see the bacon

My "professional" sauce swirling lol!


After, kinda looks the same to me lol

The Lil Chef is a minimalist

I like toppings and hot sauce on my Pizza! what can I say?!


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