Making Of Soft-Crust Pizza

The low-carb pizza recipe will satisfy those who like soft and chewy pizza. The carb count will rise for thicker and softer crusts. This pizza can be enjoyed as an occasional treat, to help you avoid running to the pizza shop or ordering delivery.

If you make regular pizza dough, it will usually take 3 cups of flour and pizza-making tools like pizza saucepan. Even though you can make large pizzas with that much flour, a single slice of a 16-inch pizza may contain 34.0 grams of carb for the crust.

This is what you're up against. Regular pizzas are true carb killers. This pizza has 7.7g of carbs per serving.

In a medium-sized bowl, combine the olive oil, cold water, and boiling water. Stir in the yeast. Mix the whole-wheat flour, almond, soy protein powder (except the last Tables), and the yeast while it activates.

Mix the dry ingredients with the yeast mixture and stir well. Continue to stir until all the moisture has been absorbed. The dough should be worked by hand until it is smooth. It takes only a few seconds. Let the dough rise in the bowl for 10 minutes.

As the dough rises prepare sauces and toppings. Place the dough on a pizza pan. Make the pizza. Bake the pizza for 15-18 minutes, or until it is bubbly. Then take out the pizza from the griller and it will be ready to eat.