Homemade pizza is one of my favorite things to make—and whole wheat pizza dough just made it better.
Making pizza dough from scratch is a snap and easy enough for a weeknight. It’s simple to use active dry yeast and only takes 30 minutes to rise.
I’ve never had much luck with store-bought pizza dough. It always ends up a gooey, undercooked mess. And I’m more of a thin and crispy kind of pizza crust girl.
I like the flavor of whole wheat, but if 100 percent whole wheat is a bit too intense, you can opt for half whole wheat flour and half regular flour or use white whole wheat flour.