Domino’s Thin Crust Pizza Recipe
Domino’s Thin Crust Pizza Recipe – A thin and cracker-crispy crusted pizza that’s no yeast, no rise, no mixer, and comes together in less than 30 mins!
This pizza tastes just like the real thing. And it takes less time to make this pizza than it does to get this pizza delivered!
The dough comes together without a mixer – in one bowl. Then it gets rolled out, smothered with a combination of tomato paste and diced tomatoes (to reduce the water-y-ness of the sauce), topped with melty cheese, baked for about 10 minutes, and DONE.
What is the secret to thin crust pizza?
The secret is a not yeast dough! Yeast makes the dough fluffy and not crispy like a classic thin crust pizza is.
What flour is best for this Domino’s thin crust pizza recipe?
All-purpose flour is what I have found works best. Which is great because that’s the one most of us have on hand at all times.
How do you crisp up the bottom of a pizza?
This dough gets pretty crispy on a regular baking sheet. But a pizza wheel with holes in the bottom helps the crust on the bottom get really crispy!
What to serve with thin crust pizza?
This would be great with a simple side salad. You could also put the salad on the pizza and make a salad pizza!
Domino's Thin Crust Pizza Recipe
A thin and cracker-crispy crusted pizza smothered with pizza sauce and topped with melty cheese – easy to make at home. None of the artificial stuff! This pizza tastes better than the original too.
For the crust:
- 1 1/4 cups flour
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1/2 tsp baking powder
- 2 tsp olive oil
- 1 tsp light corn syrup
- 1/2 cup water
For the pizza:
- 3 Tablespoons tomato paste
- 2 Tablespoons finely chopped tomatoes (about 1/2 roma tomato)
- 1/2 cup (or more) fresh mozzarella cheese, shredded
- 1/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning
- 1/4 teaspoon dried basil (optional)
- favorite pizza toppings (I normally top mine with the remain half of the Roma tomato + another Roma tomato)
- (optional) Balsamic glaze
- Place pizza stone in oven and preheat to 450 degrees.
Make the crust:
- In a large bowl, combine flour, salt, baking powder, olive oil, corn syrup, and water until thoroughly combined. Transfer to a piece of parchment paper and shape into a ball and roll it out paper thin on a piece of parchment paper.
To make sauce:
- In a small bowl, combine tomato paste and tomatoes.
To make pizza:
- Top crust with pizza sauce. Sprinkle cheese on pizza. Top with favorite toppings. Sprinkle with Italian seasoning and basil.
- Transfer pizza on the parchment paper to pizza stone. (Sometimes I just leave the parchment paper and bake the pizza with parchment paper on the pizza stone) Bake 12-15 minutes, until cheese is golden and crust is brown. Allow to cool 3-5 minutes and slice into squares and serve.
This seriously looks way too good!
Thanks Jocelyn! 🙂
Domino’s thin crust left me disappointed the last time i ordered it. But this would make me quite happy because it looks really delicious!
Oh no! But yes this one would definitely not let you down. 🙂 Let me know if you try it!
Yay! Thanks Danielle! 🙂
I’m definitely going to try this – it looks delicious!
I must admit that I’m not too keen on a very crispy pizza – I prefer Domino’s classic crust (the dough is a bit softer/fluffier). Would adding a little yeast get me this kind of crust or do you have a tip how I could achieve this crust? I know you said it get’s burned though (no one wants that).
You would probably need to use a different recipe… https://www.layersofhappiness.com/cheesy-pizza-crust/
See if you like that one better 🙂
Excellent recipe, turns out every time & so easy!
Thanks for sharing! So glad you like it! 🙂
I was looking for a thin crust pizza recipe and came across your post. I will be trying this tomorrow night!! We don’t eat pizza too often, but I’m looking forward to using your crust recipe. -Kelli
Very good, just like Domino’s . I used pure maple syrup instead of corn syrup
I made twice yesterday. It was good but i would like to have a little softer. Can you please let me know how i can make a little softer. Thank you.
I tried and it turned out well. I baked at 180 for 10 minutes. I did not use corn syrup.
Does the corn syrup add to the cracker crispness or is it just for browning and flavor?
Omg my partner and I have been trying to figure out how to get our pizza to be thin and crispy for months. This recipe was PERFECT!
Followed your exact instructions and it came out amazing, thank you so much!
This is my “go-to” thin crust pizza recipe. Way simpler than all of the others that I’ve tried, and so, so much tastier and crispier! A definite win, ladies!!
What does the corn syrup do for the crust? What happens if I don’t use it?
It gives it the cracker crisp!
This is FANTASTIC!
Kudos on developing this wonder recipe. I made this for dinner tonight, and my wife and I both raved about it.
No more waiting for Domino’s delivery… this is our go-to for thin-crust pizza.
This review is for the crust only (used my own sauce): Used honey instead of corn syrup. Baked directly on oven rack with parchment paper instead of on pizza stone (same temp as recommended). Very difficult to roll out dough but keep at it, it’s worth it in the end. So good…hubby loves Domino’s thin crust…thumbs up on this one.
I love this. I order thin crust pizza 2 or 3 times a month. I am hooked on the thin crust. Now thanks to you I can whip this up at home. Thanks a zillion!!!
I love thin crust. No one in my house loves it like me, though, so I made their crusts like they like them and made this for me. I like how thin you can get it and the edges were nice and crisp. The flavor is good, too. Glad I found your recipe. Thanks for sharing!
I made this because l love dominos thin crust. I never thought my husband would like it and l told him that. To my surprise he loved it. He loved it the second time as well. We both love the crisp edges crunchy but not burned. It was a great pizza. Now it’s on the top of my favs thank you.
I’ve also been trying to find a cook thin crust or even crust for that matter for two years! Finally it just c ame out perfect with this recipe!
I have been trying to find a thin pizza crust for years (like since 2008) on the net. My friend suggested this one and I never searched for another one again! Way better than Domino’s.
What kind of flour do you use?
Quick question —just mixed everything together and it seems extremely wet. Is it supposed to be a super sticky dough? I weighed the ingredients in grams instead of measured by volume. Thanks! Making it tonight.
Hi! No it shouldn’t be sticky! I would add more flour a little at a time until it gets to a point you can roll it out without it sticking to the parchment paper
Ok thank you! I ended up rolling it out with a bunch of flour and it worked and the family loved it! Will definitely try again; the flavor was great and had nice crispy edges.
Awesome!! Thanks for giving the recipe a try!! 🙂
I’ve made it measuring by weight and while it was extremely wet, it cooked perfectly. I’ll try again with more flour so that it’s not so wet
I’ve been craving Dominos thin crust for ages, and this was SO much better! I even swapped the flour for gluten free cup for cup flour (risky, I know), and it was still sensational! Thanks so much for sharing this yummy recipe—my family thanks you!
So happy to hear it works gluten free!! 🙂