I freeze two at a time in large grocery bags but I've heard you can buy turkey baster bags and they will fit perfectly. Another tip; grate mozzarella and freeze for quickly making pizzas instead of ordering take-out, you'll save a bundle!
If you don't have a miller you can substitute for whole wheat store bought flour.
Step 1: Mill Your Flour
If you don't have a miller you can use whole wheat store bought flour.
Step 2: The Wheat in the Nutrimill
Step 3: About Five Minutes
Step 4: The Ingredients
2 tablespoons Organic Cane Sugar (you can use regular)
1 tablespoon sea salt
1 tablespoon garlic powder (optional)
2/3 cup olive oil (you can use regular vegetable oil)
1/3 cup chia seeds, whole or ground (you can substitute flax or what you have handy or omit altogether)
2 tablespoons fast rising yeast
8-9 cups fresh milled whole wheat flour (divided)
1-2 cups gluten flour
Place all the ingredients in your Bosch bowl except for half the whole wheat flour, gluten, and yeast. Using your dough hook mix on low. Add yeast, gluten flour, and the rest of the whole wheat flour until you have a bit of a sticky dough but pulls clean from the sides of the bowl. Switch up to 2 when adding the last of the flour. Switch to 1 and knead for about 8 minutes to help develop the gluten. Divide dough into 5 balls. After rolling out four I used one ball to make the four mini pizzas.
Step 5: The Dough
Step 6: Rolling Out
Step 7: Place in GREASED Pan
Step 8: Prick Bottom With a Fork
All done! You can cool and freeze to use at a later time or add toppings and cook again. I like to cool on racks so the bottoms don’t get soggy sitting in pans.
If adding toppings pop back in the oven at 450 degrees for about 10-12 minutes and the cheese is melted. Last night we did pizza sauce (a few flavours), fresh sliced mushrooms, deer sausage, onions, mozzarella cheese, a bit of cheddar cheese, tomatoes, feta, oregano, garlic powder, be creative!