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No Yeast Pizza Dough (No kneading or rolling)

This no yeast pizza dough is a super easy pizza crust recipe. No yeast, no kneading, no rolling. I call it emergency pizza dough but it’s also known as crazy crust pizza. It uses a liquid batter that is great for thin-crust pizza. The dough is ready in just a few minutes for easy, homemade pizza night.

overhead photo of a pizza in a pan

I have been on a search for a really easy, no yeast pizza dough recipe. I do have a 2 ingredient pizza dough I use often, but the dough recipe I’m sharing today is even easier because it’s a from-scratch dough but there is no kneading or rolling involved.

Crazy Crust Pizza

This type of pizza crust is often called crazy crust because it’s so simple. Even though it’s simple it still tastes great.

  • The dough only requires about 5-10 minutes of prep time and then it’s ready to go in the oven to bake.
  • We’ve had homemade pizza night 3 times already this month thanks to this super easy pizza crust.
  • Yes, you only need 5 ingredients for this dough to come together. I had my doubts when I first tried it. But it totally works.
  • The pizza dough bakes up nice and thin, with crispy edges and a soft, chewy center. It basically tastes like thin-crust pizza crust and you can add your favorite meat, cheese, and veggie toppings.


  • All-purpose flour
  • Salt
  • Italian Seasoning
  • Eggs
  • Milk

close-up photo of a slice being taken out of the pan

It did take me a few trials to figure out how best to make this pizza, so I want to share them with you so you can get it right on the first try.

  • The original recipe I used calls for a 10 x 15” baking sheet/pan which I do not own. If you make a lot of sheet cakes, you may own this size pan and you can use it. But instead, I used my standard cookie sheet which is a bit bigger in size. You won’t have enough batter to spread all the way to the edges, so I left about 1/2 inch from the edges of the pan and the dough batter stayed in place and didn’t overspread during baking.
  • It is very important that you put on a layer of topping before the crust bakes. This is because the crust will puff and bubble up as it bakes. The weight of the toppings will prevent it from over puffing (you will still get some puffing but after you add on the sauce and cheese, it all gets weighed down.) You do not want to wait to add all the toppings at the end. I recommend adding a lot of raw meat toppings and vegetables that will take longer to cook in this bottom layer and reserving toppings that cook fairly quickly for the second bake.
  • This recipe works best with a lot of toppings because the toppings will prevent the pizza crust from being too puffy. If you like minimal toppings, it can still work, but your pizza won’t look quite as nice.


As I mentioned, this pizza works best with quite a few toppings. Here are some combinations you might like to try – for all of these you can use tomato-based pizza sauce and cheese.

  • Supreme Pizza: crumbled Italian sausage, pepperoni, bell peppers, olives, and mushrooms.
  • Hawaiian: pineapple chunks, Canadian bacon, red onions.
  • Bacon cheeseburger: crumbled cooked hamburger, crispy chopped bacon, sliced red onions, cheddar cheese and mozzarella cheese.
  • Sausage mushroom: cooked and crumbled Italian sausage, sliced mushrooms, and fresh parsley.
  • Margherita: sliced fresh mozzarella, sliced tomatoes, and chopped fresh basil.

For many of these combinations, you can also sprinkle dried herbs, fresh herbs, or red pepper flakes over the top for extra flavor.

close-up photo of the pizza

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No Yeast Pizza Dough

Servings: 12 slices
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American, Italian
This pizza dough doesn't require yeast, rolling or kneading. It produces delicious thin-crust pizza crust so you can have homemade pizza any night of the week.
5 from 1 vote


Pizza Dough

  • 1 cup all purpose flour
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp Italian seasoning
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2/3 cup lowfat milk

Optional Toppings

  • 8 oz crumbled Italian sausage or ground beef
  • 16 pepperoni slices
  • 1/2 green bell pepper thinly sliced
  • 3 mushrooms thinly sliced
  • 1 ½ cup pizza sauce
  • 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese


  • Preheat oven to 425°F. Line an 18 inch by 12 inch baking pan with parchment paper.
  • In a large mixing bowl, add all of the pizza dough ingredients. Whisk until batter is smooth and no longer lumpy.
  • Pour batter onto prepared baking pan. Use a spatula to spread out the batter thinly and evenly across the pan, leaving about 1/2 inch edge perimeter around the baking pan where there is no batter.
  • Place your sausage/ground beef, peppers, mushrooms and any toppings that are raw on top of the batter. Make sure to evenly spread out and try to have a lot of toppings. The only topping I reserved for the end were the pepperoni since they are already cooked. When the dough bakes, it will puff up. The toppings will weigh down the dough and keep it from puffing up too much.
  • Bake for 20 minutes in the middle of your oven or until the crust is a medium brown and crispy around the edges. It is normal for the crust to puff up, especially the sections where there are no toppings. When you add the sauce and cheese and do the second bake, the crust will flatten more.
  • Remove crust from oven. Spread pizza sauce evenly across the crust, leaving about 1 inch of the edge of the crust free from pizza sauce. Sprinkle cheese on top and any remaining toppings (this is when you should add cooked toppings like pepperoni). I placed most of my cheese in the gaps between the toppings, but if you like a lot of cheese, you can use more than 1 cup and spread a full layer of cheese over the crust, but it will cover your toppings.
  • Place pizza back into the oven and cook for 5-7 minutes or until cheese is melted and toppings are fully cooked. Slice and serve.


  • Recipe from Plain Chicken
  • The original recipe used a 10 x 15 inch pan, which is the size used for sheet cakes, but is smaller than the standard cookie sheet. I don't have that size pan so I used a standard half sheet cookie sheet which is 12 x 18 inches. The recipe still works, the crust just won't reach fill to the edge of the pan. I don't recommend using a 9 x 13 inch baking pan. This is too small and your dough will end up being thick and more soft and not as crispy.
  • Make sure to add a lot of toppings before baking the crust. This will weigh down the crust, otherwise it will bubble and puff up quite a bit if there is no weight. After the first bake, your crust will look uneven from it puffing up where there are no toppings, but once you put on the sauce and cheese, it will weigh down the pizza crust.
  • Make sure to bake the crust until medium brown and crispy on the first bake. This will help keep the crust from getting too soft after you add the tomato sauce.
  • Nutrition estimate is for the pizza dough only and does not include optional toppings and cheese.


Serving: 1slice, Calories: 56kcal, Carbohydrates: 9g, Protein: 3g, Fat: 1g, Saturated Fat: 0.4g, Sodium: 114mg, Fiber: 0.4g, Sugar: 1g, NET CARBS: 9g

The nutrition information provided are only estimates based on an online nutritional calculator. I am not a certified nutritionist. Please consult a professional nutritionist or doctor for accurate information and any dietary restrictions and concerns you may have.

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31 comments on “No Yeast Pizza Dough (No kneading or rolling)”

  1. Hi, I don’t see the nutritional value for the pizza?

  2. Will be making this for my pizza-lovin’ daughters when they come next. Am I read8ng this correctly as the hamburger or sausage goes on raw?

  3. Hi Kirbie!

    Love your recipes cause you keep them simple. The faster & simpler, the better for me ! Lol .. This recipe sounds simple enough . .  If I use only sauce, pepperoni, olives & cheese as toppings, can it be done in one bake without it being soggy ? If so how long is the oven time? 



    • More toppings are better for this crust so the dough doesn’t puff too much, so you may want to keep that in mind bases on the toppings you mentioned. You can try baking it all in one session – maybe 25 to 30 minutes, but can’t say for sure because we don’t make it this way.

  4. Omg been looking for this recipe….thanks Jennifer…..


  5. love your recipes, I’ve made this twice, first time great, second time I used a larger pan, the edges were browning quickly so I shortened the 20 minute cook and added my extra topping, sauce, pineapple, spinach and cheese and popped it back in…. problem was it had a really soggy centre.
    what do you think was the main problem? too large pan, so too thin and browned too quickly, shortened time didn’t allow centre to cook properly, or was it the magical pineapple with too much Juice?! or all 3 : )

    • It might have been the larger pan. If the center of the dough wasn’t cooked enough by the time you added the toppings, they might have made it soggier.

  6. Can you make this with whole wheat flour can’t eat white.

    • We haven’t tested the recipe with whole wheat. It could make the dough very dense and chewy so please keep that in mind if you try it.

  7. I too like your recipes. I would like to make the no yeast Pizza but have a grandson with an allergy to dairy. Eggs are ok but thought I might use Soy milk instead of standard milk. 

    • Let us know how the soy milk works for you – we haven’t tried and can’t say for sure how it will turn out.

  8. I really love this website! It is extremely innovative. I also don’t like a lot of ingredient recipes. I have tried many of Kirbie’s recipes and almost all of them were keepers!!

  9. Can’t wait to try this. Just as soon as I round up the toppings.

  10. Thanks it’s good but I used 1/2self raising flour and 1/2 normal flour it actually came nice and soft thanks again

  11. Do you spray the parchment paper before putting the crust on it?

  12. Can I swap out 1 to 1 GF flour for this?

  13. Thanks for the recipe – I can’t wait to try this!

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