This Trader Joe’s pizza dough is really versatile and is hard to mess up. It is a great value, and can be used in any standard homemade pizza recipes . The Trader Joe’s pizza dough ingredients are really simple, and the instructions are super easy.
Near the Italian food. Trader Joe’s pizza crusts – that is, pre-made dough that you top and bake that has a shelf life like bread – is found in the bread section. They have a really cool looking rectangular pizza crust that’s great for making flatbreads.
My typical pizza is 100% Trader Joe’s ingredients. I use quattro fromaggio as my cheese of choice, then use the organic marinara or the Arrabbiata sauce as my pizza sauce.
Trader Joe’s Bolognese Sauce is my preferred pizza sauce. While Trader Joe’s sells regular pizza sauce, their bolognese is one of my favorite products of theirs. It’s a thick meat sauce with a ton of flavor, and it really takes your pizza to the next level. Trader Joe’s Lite Mozzarella has been my go-to cheese for quite some time.
How long does Trader Joe’s pizza dough last?
How long does Trader Joe’s pizza dough last? That answer depends on a few things. On the counter top at room temperature, maybe only 4-6 hours before it rises and turns into a gooey mess. In the fridge, a day or two before it ferments into a gooey mess.
Make sure you have your oven at 450 and I think the single best thing you can do for quality pizza is a good pizza stone. Heat it up for a good 1/2 hour before you put the pizza in the oven. I will add more questions as they get asked, but this pretty much covers it all.