joy's StoryThis used to be on the back of the Bisquick boxes. maybe still is. I just wanted it in my recipe box and for u too if you maybe haven't seen it. its real good, and makes good bread sticks too
active dry yeast
warm water (110 degrees)
2 1/2 c
bisquick biscuit mix
1soften yeast in warm water, stir in bisquick. beat vigorously for two minutes. dust surface of rolling area with flour and knead dough until smooth (about 25 times) divide dough in half and roll each piece of dough to a 12 inch circle. place dough circles on greased pizza pans or baking sheets and stretch and press to fit. brush dough with oil or olive oil( if you prefer.)you dont allow these to rise before baking. fill with your favorite pizza toppings and bake at 425 degrees for 15 minutes or until crusts are lightly brown and the filling and cheese hot and bubbly. makes two 12 inch crusts.
Cheryl Hunt cherylhunt_2005 - Jan 9, 2010
My daughter is going to love this one. =0)
belle south bellesouth - Jan 10, 2010
I remember this crust, it is good. My daughter always made pizza for us on the weekends when it was time for Mom to take a break.
Brenda Crafton idothecookin - Oct 31, 2010
This sounds like pizza dough I learned to make in Home Ec. when I was in high school. We made pizzas at our sleepovers after learning to make this. What memories!
Hey! I live in Missouri just across the river from you. Have family in your area! You are the first I've seen on here from my neck of the woods. I was born a Tn girl.
Carol Junkins CarolAJ - Jan 28, 2012
Thanks Pat, I was looking for this ! It is a great working dough, my daughter is whipping up a homemade pizza right now!!!! yippeee