Are there any good organic pizza dough recipes?



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    Yes, there are several tasty organic pizzas you can make using organic ingredients. For instance, there is an online website called,, that sells gluten-free coconut flour. The best part is that the website even has recipes to make food using coconut, such as pizza crust. 

    The exact url for the pizza crust recipe is:

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    I have made this recipe from Eden Foods many times.  It’s delicious and easy to make!  The recipe calls for Eden Sea Salt and Eden Extra Virign Olive Oil – rather that using that, I just use the basic sea salt and extra virgin olive oil from the grocery store.  

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    This one’s also great.  Easy and delicious: the perfect combo!

    Plus, if you have kids, it’s great to let them play with the dough before you make the crust!

    1 tablespoon powdered yeast (1 ounce package)
    ½ cup, plus 2 tablespoons warm water
    ¾ cups organic whole wheat flour
    ¾ cups organic unbleached flour
    ¼ cup olive oil
    ½ teaspoon salt


    In a large kitchen bowl let the yeast dissolve in the warm water.  Add the other ingredients to the dissolved yeast and water mixture.  Mix together and knead for approximately 3 minutes or until the dough is smooth (you can do this part out of the bowl if you want).  Squish together so dough forms a ball and then return to the bowl and cover with saran wrap.  Let the dough hang out for a bit (about 30 minutes) or until it has risen and has doubled in size.

    Once the dough has doubled, plcae on a greased baking (or pizza pan if you have it) and form into your favorite shape.  Obviously a big circle is pretty common for pizza but have fun with it and make tiny pizzas or breadsticks.  If you’re cooking with children it’s great to let them make their own shapes and letters out of the dough too!

    Add your favorite sauce and toppings and bake in a pre-heated 425 (F) degree oven for about 15 – 20 minutes or until the crust is brown around the edges and there is no doughiness in the middle.  If you ended up making fun shapes or breadsticks, try checking the dough before 15 minutes as small and oddly shaped pieces take less time to cook!

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