Put 4 cups of flour in mixer bowl before attaching it to your KitchenAid Mixer. Mount your bowl to the bottom of your mixer. Start your mixer. Pour 2 cups of slightly warm water inside the bowl while it is running. Run the mixer for 10 minutes.
Remove the bowl from the mixer stand. Drizzle olive oil over the dough. Coat the outside of the doughball with olive oil by rolling the dough in the bowl. The oil is just to help the dough to not stick to the bowl. Cover the bowl with a towel and top it with a pan or pizza stone. Newer ovens may have a "Breadrise" option on the stove top. The temperature should be set to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Let the bowl sit inside the oven for an hour. Take the bowl out of the oven and set it on the counter.
Prepare your toppings
Cut your selected toppings such as onions, whole olives and peppers into small pieces.
Wash produce such as spinach, arugula and other vegetables if they aren't pre-washed. Use a salad spinner to spin out excess water from your greens.
Place your toppings in separate bowls or small plates to be ready for making personalized pizzas.
Pressing out the pizza crust
Preheat your oven to 550 degrees Fahrenheit.
Split the dough into four balls. Use a french style rolling pin to roll the dough out into about 10-12" size pizzas. Put flour on top of your wood board. Make sure there is enough flour under the pizza dough if using a pizza peel. The baking time may vary depending on elevation and other circumstances. Some older ovens may not have the option of high baking temperatures.
Top your pizza
Place your greens on your pizza first. Sprinkle your onions, pepper and other toppings on your pizza. Be careful not to have too much. Drizzle a bit of olive oil on top. The olive oil will help prevent your spinach or other greens from drying out.
Gently scoop the peel under the pizza. Slide the pizza on top of a large hot pizza stone. Set the timer on your oven to 10 minutes.
Take pizza out of the oven
Take your pizza out of the oven after you have inspected the crust. The crust should be a light brown color on the edges. Put the pizza peel under the edge of the pizza and quickly shove the peel towards the back of the pizza. Slide the pizza on a cutting board. Cut your pizza. Serve pizza on a plate. Let your pizza cool down for a few minutes before eating it.