Thermobexta’s Green Pizza Dough

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This recipe can also be found in my cookbook, Thermobexta Main Meals Made Easy, which you can check out here.

We make this dough into Shrek pizzas, the kids love them!

 

290g water
60g baby spinach leaves
2 tsp yeast
600g unbleached white spelt flour (or 580g bakers flour)
1.5 tsp himalayan salt
30g macadamia oil (or EVOO)

 

1. Place water and spinach in mixer bowl. Blitz for 10 seconds/speed 8/MC on. Heat for 1.5 minutes/37 degrees/speed 2/MC on.

2. Add remaining ingredients, in the order they are listed. KNEAD/3 minutes/MC on.

3. Transfer dough to a silicon mat or an oiled bowl. Wrap (or cover bowl with a tea towel) and leave in a warm place until the dough doubles in size.

4. Preheat your oven to 200°C and line your oven trays.

5. Unwrap the dough and knock down. Split into 4-5 equal portions, roll out each one and top with toppings of your choice – my Very Veg Sauce is a great pizza sauce!

6. Bake until cheese is melted and pizzas are golden brown.

Check out my Pink Pizza Dough for the pink variation of this recipe or Spelt Pizza Bases for plain.

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Yvette
Yvette
4 years ago

I won’t make pizza base any other way, SO good, thankyou for yet another amazing recipe Bec.

Claire
Claire
4 years ago

I loved it, but was a bit too green for my 8yo. They enjoyed the flavour and asked that I gradually increase the level of spinach so they gradually get used to the color! but it’s a great idea.

Mrs Q
Mrs Q
5 years ago

I was a little concerned my 3.5yr old wouldn’t eat it when the dough looked and smelt like play dough lol but the pizzas cooked beautifully and weren’t as green when cooked. Great way to sneak in extra veges kids loved the hulk pizza. Thanks

Amanda
Amanda
5 years ago

I would like to try this as a gluten free one so my son can eat it.
Any suggestions?

Bron
5 years ago

Green is my favourite colour. ^_^ I normally find rolling out pizza dough really annoying but this one was much easier, and I love the extra veg! I’ve split my dough into 8 parts to make mini, single serve bases and I’m part-baking them for 10 min at 200ºC, then I’ll freeze them with baking paper in between the layers for easy last minute dinners. Your Very Veg Sauce is up next. 🙂

Ang
Ang
5 years ago

A big hit in my house, I used plain flour(that’s all I had) and it worked beautifully 🙂

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[…] we made a basic spelt pizza dough and I realised the only pizza dough recipe I have on the blog is my green pizza dough (which is great!) but I thought it would be a good idea to share a recipe with you for plain bases […]

Karen
Karen
5 years ago

Amazing! Love these. Is the dough good to freeze? Thanks Bec

Marsha
Marsha
5 years ago

Best recipe and made at our house at least once every fortnight. Quite certain my two year old thinks all pizzas are green – he knows no different :-). Thanks for a yummy and nutritious recipe Bec!

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