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 is Cooking & love exploring healthy recipes. This blog is all about sharing 'Recipes for Healthy living', which are my experiments at home.

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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