I did what many reviewers did and only used 1 egg. My boyfriend observed that the result was more like a lasagna noodle than a pizza crust. After he made that observation, I had to agree. Part of this may have something to do with the fact that I made it in a toaster oven (I don't have a regular oven), but I can't say that for sure. It was a fine recipe, though, and I'll probably make it again. Like another reviewer said, the "dough" was really runny, but it firmed up just fine when cooking. I only had one small rectangular tray (for the toaster oven); so I tried pouring half the batter in at a time to make two pizzas. I miscalculated, and the first has a paper-thin crust while the other had a crust about 1/4" (1/2 cm) thick. So, please note that you will not be getting a very thick crust regardless of what size pizza you are making. (Also, please note that I have no measuring instruments in my house for cup, tablespoon, teaspoon; so I was eyeballing all the ingredients.)
Regardless of the potential disappointments, my boyfriend and I were both happy with the outcome for a homemade pizza, and I will likely make this again for us if his diet permits.
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I did what many reviewers did and only used 1 egg. My boyfriend observed that the result was...