I read this article about a locally (to Seattle) made pizza dough you can purchase at grocery stores ages ago, and I finally got around to picking some up last weekend. It was good. And look, it comes in whole wheat as well. The dough is frozen and takes 4 hours to thaw, after which you simply roll it out. The package comes with tips and cooking instructions. I made two smaller pizzas and the crust bubbled up nicely, it was chewy and crunchy in all the right spots. Even though making your own dough might be faster this creates fewer dishes to wash, so it’s a toss up for me.