Thin crust pizza (Yeast free)



This whole wheat pizza dough recipe is delicious and healthy crust and can be made in no time. This no yeast dough produces a crust of medium thickness that is crisp across the bottom and little chewy in the middle with a hint of whole wheat flavour.

Serves: 2-3 (makes 2 medium thin crust)
Baking time: 15-20 minutes
Preparation time: 15 minutes


  • Whole wheat flour-2cups
  • Ground oats-1/2cup
  • Olive oil-3-4tbsp
  • Warm water- 3/4cup/ as required
  • Dried herbs-1tsp ( oregano, rosemary, basil/ any dried herbs of your preference)
  • Salt- as per taste

Sliced Onion
Sliced Capsicum/pepper

Fresh Basil
Pizza sauce

Light Mozrella Cheese


  • In a bowl combine wheat flour, ground oats, salt, oil, dried herbs, and mix.
  • Make a well in the centre and start adding water little by little and combine until a soft dough is formed. (Make sure to knead the dough for 6-8 minutes and sprinkle some water if it is too stiff snd the dough has to be stiff). .
  • Dump the dough onto the floured surface work surface and quickly knead dough a few minutes until comes together.
  • Then place the dough into a bowl sprayed with cooking spray. Cover with towel and let it rest for 15-20minutes.


  • Pre-heat the oven at 200deg c  (fan assisted)
  • On the floured surface roll the dough to the desired shape and size and transfer to the greased baking tray brush the rolled dough with oil bake it for 4-5 minutes


  • Remove from the oven; Spread pizza sauce, add desired topping, spices and mozzarella cheese and bake for another 8-10 minutes or so, until slightly browned.
  • Cool slightly before cutting.



  • Spices and topping can be done according to the individual preferences and taste
  • Here I havn’t used any raising agents so the crust comes out thin but make sure to knead the pizza dough for 6-8 minutes to get a soft crust and also the dough has to be soft/loose compared to roti or chapathi dough…

  • For topping I used capsicum- ½, onion- ½ , grated low mozzarella chesse-2-3tbsp, Basil-8 to 10 leaves and pizza sauce
  • You can even whip up a batch of dough one evening and leave it in your refrigerator for the following night or even for up-to a week.
  • If using pizza stone  baking time may vary and also baking time may vary from oven to oven.

Here i havent used any baking powder/soda but feel free to include.


About Chitra Jagadish

My passion for Cooking & love to explore healthy recipes. This blog is a result from it and am here to share 'Recipes for Healthy living'...Its all about 'FOOD and HEALTH'

Posted on January 20, 2016, in International, Main Course and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 74 Comments.

  1. Oooh, this pizza looks so tasty!!

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  2. Can you use British measurements as well please? Cups are meaningless to me. You do live in Essex, yes?


  3. This looks amazing Chitra!

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  4. I have never made a pizza before, I may try to do that one! It looks really good, and the photos are amazing too! x

    Zoel Hernández |

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  5. Ground oats? In pizza? I have to admit that I am a little intrigued – and totally excited to give this recipe a try someday! Thank you 🙂


  6. Impressive Chitra – you’d never know looking at it that yeast isn’t used in the recipe….

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  7. yeast free is amazing. Addition of oats is simply amazing

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  8. That pizza looks perfect! I love a thin crispy base.

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  9. Impressive Chitra,this looks amazing….


  10. Delicious this is. looks soo good..

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  11. Wow C I m definitely trying this
    .looks super healthy


  12. Now this is a healthy and yummy pizza! love the whole wheat and oats base!

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  13. Lovely! It looks fab 🙂

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  14. Dear Chitra, did I highlight you on my blog yet?

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  15. Reblogged this on Home Made Dreams! and commented:

    Pizza time!


  16. Your dear friend Lynn sent me your way! I probably don’t cook as healthy as you do, but love to find sites that do! It gives me ideas. This pizza looks amazing. 🙂


  17. I love pizza, and this one sounds so good! Making pizza more healthy is a great idea! 🙂

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  18. This looks absolutely scrumptious! I found out about your blog from Lynz, luckily.


  19. Looks wonderful, thank you for sharing this recipe. And also, thank you for following my blog. Have a great day! 🙂

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  20. I always prefer thin crusts for my pizzas, otherwise too much dough and you don’t taste the toppings so much 🙂

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  21. Linda Fernandes



  22. That looks sooooo delicious.

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  23. I prefer thin crust pizzas. Wow look at how beautifully that one turned out! Mega hugs. 😀


  24. Thanks for the recipe,,, is this pizza dough without yeast?… I’m new for this recipe pls help.

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