We used to buy frozen dough for pizzas, calzones, garlic knots, and other things. It was around $1.50 for each baggie, and we would make 2 personal pizzas out of it. It was pretty inexpensive, and the ingredient list was short.
That didn't stop me from wanting to make it from scratch. I mean, I have a zillion kitchen gadgets, how hard could it be?!
Answer? Not hard at all.
I gathered the ingredients: 3 cups whole wheat flour, 1 cup water, a squeeze of honey, a splash of olive oil, 2 t yeast, and some grinds of salt.
The breadmaker was the appliance of choice. It kneads, lets it rise, punches it down, and lets it rise again. So I threw it all in the pan.
It kneaded, rose, was punched, and rose again.
When it was all finished, I put it into a baggie. Mission complete.