Pizza Puffs

If you’ve never made homemade pizza before, don’t let this super easy and delicious recipe pass you by. It’s seriously so easy, my kids can make this…and they have! I got the original recipe from a cooking book (circa 1942) my grandmother gave me when I got married. The recipe is for bread, but I use it for everything from a loaf of bread to cinnamon rolls. It’s a sticky dough you don’t need to knead. Just use a wooden spoon to mix the following ingredients and let it rise:
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon yeast
up to 3 tablespoons of sugar (I use brown sugar)
3 cups of lukewarm water (warm water speeds the rising process)
6 cups of flour

After the dough has risen (about 2-3 hours), grab, pinch and plop small rounds of dough onto a tray lined with parchment paper. Top with pizza or marinara sauce and cheese and toppings of your choice. Bake for 12 minutes in a 430 degree F preheated oven. Rotate the trays for even baking if not baking in a convection oven. Remove and let cool (if possible) before enjoying these amazingly simple treats!

If you try these out, please share a pic with me via Instagram and don’t forget to tag me!

4 thoughts on “Pizza Puffs

  1. Hey Hana, can you please share how you bake bread etc with this dough? Would love to try bread or baguettes with it. Looks delicious!!! Thanks for your time.

  2. Hi! Thanks for the recipe! Will this keep in the fridge? What is the best way to save this dough if you don’t have a bit enough group?

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