How to Make Homemade Frozen Pizza | The Stay At Home Chef


Today on The Stay At Home Chef I’m
showing you how to make homemade frozen pizzas. I’ve been making my own homemade frozen pizzas for years. At first people laughed at me because who does that ?Who makes their own homemade frozen pizza? Well I do! it’s super convenient to
always have homemade frozen pizzas in my freezer and they’re actually really easy
to make. It only takes about 15 minutes of hands-on time to get it going and
then you always have dinner ready to go in your freezer. Start with 1 1/2 tablespoons of instant dry yeast then add in 1 1/2 tablespoons
of brown sugar, 3 tablespoons of extra-virgin olive oil one and 1/2
teaspoons of salt and 2 cups of lukewarm water. Since we’re using instant dry
yeast there’s no need to let this sit and proof. Next we’re going to add in
5 cups of all-purpose flour. Dump that all into the stand mixer and get it
mixing. It only takes about five minutes to put your dough together and let me
tell you this is way better than anything you can buy in the frozen
section at the grocery store. Once the dough is smooth and pulls away from the
sides of the bowl turn it off and we can transfer this to a lightly greased bowl
to rise. This bowl has been lightly greased with nonstick cooking spray so I
just like to turn it around a little bit so that a little bit of grease gets all
over the dough then we pop a towel on and let it rise until it’s double in
size which will take about 90 minutes to 2 hours. When it’s done you’ll want to
turn the dough out onto a clean countertop and divide it into three
equal pieces. Then you’re gonna take a rolling pin and start rolling them out
into circles. Just keep on rolling stretch out the dough. This recipe makes
three 16-inch crusts. Now if you’re feeling particularly talented you can
pick up your crust and give it a toss and then just slide it onto a pizza tray.
I’m using these aluminum restaurant pizza pans but you could also cut out
some clean cardboard into a 16 inch circle. Once you have all three crusts
you can start adding toppings. I start of course with my quick and easy homemade two-minute pizza sauce. It’s really easy to make. It’s basically just a can of
tomato sauce, a can of tomato paste, some spices. a little bit of garlic and you
have the best pizza sauce. Trust me! You can actually top these with any toppings
you want. Really any combination will do Today I’m going pretty traditional with
some mozzarella, some pepperoni I think I’ll throw some veggies on this
one as well. These are easily customizable to your own personal taste
preferences. You can use different sauces and different toppings you can make all
three pizzas the same or all three pizzas a little bit different and mix
and match and the best part is it’s not that hard to do a double batch and make
six pizzas on this. It’s actually one of my favorite freezer meals ever! You can
see I like to go the all three a little bit different route including one with a
little bit of stuffed crust going on Since these are a thin crust pizza
there’s no need to par bake the crust I’m telling you it couldn’t get any
easier. At this point I just pop them in the freezer and freeze them until solid.
Once they’re frozen solid I wrap them in plastic wrap so that they stay good and
the freezer longer and don’t get any freezer burn. Once you’re ready to eat
preheat an oven to 500 degrees and I like to make sure that a pizza stone is
in there too and then you just pop the frozen pizza crust directly onto a pan
or a pizza stone give it about 12 to 15 minutes in the oven until the cheese is
bubbling and brown and you are ready to eat! Thanks for watching! You can find the
full written recipe in the video description. Be sure to subscribe and
check out the rest of my channel where you can find hundreds of restaurant
quality recipes you can easily make at home. See you later!

37 comments on “How to Make Homemade Frozen Pizza | The Stay At Home Chef”

  1. Husky Life says:

    If u toss the dough does it do anything

  2. Music Is A Rainbow says:

    I've always wondered about making my own frozen pizza! Love this!

  3. pankaj srivastava says:

    #notificationsquad 😊

  4. Audrey says:

    Is this an updated version of the video you’ve already done on this? Looks good

  5. Lisa Ybarra says:

    Your pizza dough recipe is the best! We've used your recipe for years and when we have friends over it's super easy (and inexpensive) to whip these up and have plenty for everyone. And they always ask for the recipe! Thank you so much for sharing all your delicious recipes!

  6. naif ba amar says:

    thank you I really like your recipe and I am from India my name is huda

  7. ahdia olomi says:

    I fucking love her!!!!!! She's so pretty!!!

  8. Angela R says:

    Great video, thank you!!!
    I'd love to get a pizza stone for my oven and one for my Weber grill this spring!

  9. Stephanie Garrett says:

    The recommended videos accompanying this one showed this same video that you did in March last year.

  10. Gummy Bear says:

    can you do a gluten free recipe

  11. Kelly F says:

    Is the dough sweet? The pizza looks fantastic. We like thin crust so I'm going to give it a try.

  12. Toni M says:

    I made everyone frozen personal pizzas lol happy family sauce was great also. Thanks again!

  13. Kelly F says:

    I wanted to come back after actually making the pizzas. Great recipe! My family loved them. We tried it fresh right after putting them together and we've also eaten one of the frozen ones. It had been frozen for 4 days. We honestly couldn't tell the difference. Everyone loved them! So glad to be able to have a few in the freezer now. Thank you!

  14. blackvelvetMD says:

    gr8 recipe but would have been nice to include a gluten free version

  15. Cettina Accetta says:

    It's a winner👌🏼made your pizza for last nights dinner. Within one hour the dough had doubled in size, so smooth and easy to spread on the pizza tray. Once cooked it was gone, will make your pizza dough more often. Thank you so much Rachel. 😁

  16. Lot 4656 says:

    Why you called them FROZEN .?

  17. anna new says:

    how long it can be freeze?

  18. anna new says:

    what the differences between just wrapped after finish topping and put in the freezer or freeze the pizza first and wrapped then continue freeze?

  19. anna new says:

    can i use this recipe for pocket pizza?

  20. anna new says:

    some of the recipe need to bake for 10 mins before freeze it, what differences between bake or not baking, is it its taste or shelf life of the pizza?

  21. Anthony Cicero says:

    I love your homemade frozen pizza is excellent for people to watch and make thestayathomechef wow wow yes yes give a high five great websites 2 thumbs up for your videos thankyou

  22. Salamander Fangskin says:

    I don't Know why this video doesn't have more views, it's excellent! 😀

  23. jordan mckinney says:

    best pizza dough recipe i have found

  24. Em says:

    Brilliant recipe, thank you! Is it possible to skip the sugar?

  25. Judy Bratz says:

    I used my bread machine on the 2lb loaf size to mix and raise the dough on dough setting. Worked really well. I made the second batch so I made 6 pizzas for Christmas Eve dinner. Froze 2 and we use those today. Found 450 a better temperature and from frozen to cook in about 20 minutes. Fresh about 15.

  26. Suzette Ducharme says:

    Hi rachael, do you have a recipe for white sauce and red ?

  27. Yustin Zhu says:

    My goodness!!! God bless you for sharing this recipe! Everybody must make this instead of buying in pizza store… it is very perfect 💖💖💖💖

  28. Judy Bratz says:

    I love this

  29. Tim Z says:

    3:58 mmmmmm

  30. Mohammad Ismail says:

    Love your recipe

  31. Foster Dad Denis says:

    This looks nice and easy, that is if you have the machine with the dough hook. Otherwise, it is a LOT of work! You mentioned that this is a thin crust pizza, so if I took the dough and split it only in two instead of in three, I could maybe have a thick crust pizza? In the old days, the local pizza shop pizzas came with huge bubbles in the crust. It was totally yummy like that, but now I cannot find ANY pizza shops with bubbles in their pizzas. What is the trick to getting bubbles in my pizza crust like in the old days?

  32. Merissa Minta says:

    Can you do this recipe with out a standing mixer, that is, Doing it by hand?

  33. Nimesh Kadakia says:

    You're super awesome. Made this pizza and it was the best ever. Thanks for sharing.

  34. Savage Daily says:

    Me looking at making frozen pizza better
    me watches the hole video
    Me having none of these ingredients
    Me eating frozen pizza 🍕

  35. Bivens PC says:

    First one I have seen brown sugar used. I am so curious now lol. Great camera work by the way. I know that took some time.

  36. margie burton says:

    I'm looking for your pizza sauce recipe. Where do I find it. Can't wait to make this pizza! Thanks

  37. B L says:

    The title doesn’t do you justice. This is just terrific homemade New York style pizza that you quick freeze and enjoy later. Nice job. The mixer is a must have obviously.

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