What if you could make fabulous pizzas in about 15 minutes--faster than take out and quicker than burgers?
Think about it. That would be your "go-to" meal on busy days or when there are other things you must do. And really, what would your family rather have?
You get three classic pizza mixes (B46C-1) and a pizza roller (TN3077). That's a $19 value. Each mix makes two 14-inch thin crust pizzas or one thick crust. Use the roller to roll a thin crust--even in a pan with a rim.
Here's how to make them:
- Mix the dough with the dough hook. 3 minutes.
- Roll a thin crust right in the pan. 1 minute
- Load it sauce and goodies. 1 minute
- Bake it for 10 to 12 minutes or until the crust is crisp and the cheese is bubbling.
That's 15 to 17 minutes. We routinely make pizzas in 15 minutes.
The secret’s in the thin crust. Thin crusts don’t have to rise so you don’t have to wait. It makes for quick meals and it's impressive for guests. It costs less and it's better.
The mixes are designed especially for thin crust pizzas. Thin crust pizzas require a soft, pliable dough without lumps that can be rolled out so that it's very thin and can quickly be baked to a crisp.
This mix has a secret ingredient that makes the dough so soft that it has virtually no springback for smooth, uniform crusts without shrinkage. But it also makes a great deep dish pizza and calzones too.
"Debbie makes great thin crust pizzas with this mix. She uses only half the mix for each 15-inch pizza. She usually uses white sauce and less cheese and fresh veggies. The crusts come out thin and crisp and the pizzas are delightful. Many of her recipes are available on our site." --Dennis
This mix is very authentic, reminiscent of the great pizzerias of Italy. It makes a wonderful, light dough with just a touch of whole grain flour, a nice texture and taste.
"I made calzones last night and they were great!" -- PC
"We love your pizza mix. My husband has been making great pizzas." -- ST
For a quick sauce, use spaghetti sauce. For a white sauce, consider Alfredo sauce, French onion dip (or another dip), and ranch dressing.
"How to" images:
- The top image is of a thin crust pizza. You can make two like this from one mix.
- The second image is of a thicker crust pizza with fresh veggies.
- The next is of a breakfast pizza. It was made on a thin crust. The eggs and the bacon were cooked before the crust. Cheese was added before baking. The pizza cooked in only a few minutes.
- The final image is of a calzone made with this mix.
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Baker's notes: For a quick pizza with a crispy crust, form the crust right after kneading, load it with toppings, and bake. For a softer crust, let it rise either in a bowl or on the pan.
Ingredients: Enriched wheat flour (wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, and folic acid), white rye flour, milk (nonfat dry milk), sugar, salt, yeast (yeast, monostearate), and dough conditioner added for better baking (wheat flour, dextrose, soy flour, calcium salts, dicetyl tartaric acid esters of mono- and diglycerides, ethoxylated mono- and diglycerides, soy lecithin, ascorbic acid, L-cysteine monohydrochloride, fungal enzymes, azodicarbonamide, and calcium iodate). This product contains wheat, soy, and dairy products and may contain traces of eggs, peanuts, or tree nuts.