To prepare pizza dough, place warm water in a small bowl; add yeast and honey, stirring to dissolve. Set aside for 5 minutes, mixture will almost double in size.
Combine flour and salt in stand mixer with a fitted dough hook attached. Add olive oil and yeast mixture, continue mixing on low speed for 5-7 minutes, until dough pulls away from the sides of bowl and forms a smooth, sticky ball. If the dough is too wet and doesn't pull away, gradually add small amounts of flour until it cleans sides of bowl.
Transfer dough onto a clean work surface, lightly dusted with flour or on top of parchment paper. Cut dough into two equal pieces. Form each piece into round balls. Knead each piece a couple times then place into 2 separate mixing bowls sprayed with cooking spray. Cover with plastic wrap and let rise in a warm space for 1 hour. I turn my oven on warm temperature for 10 minutes, then turn it off for the dough to rise in a warm space.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Remove dough from oven and punch down to deflate. Transfer each dough ball onto a clean surface dusted with flour or lined with parchment paper. With a rolling pin, roll dough 10-12 inches 1/4 inch thick. Lightly spray two 12 inch pizza pans with cooking spray. Transfer dough to pizza pans and bake for 8-10 minutes or until cooked through.
For toppings, melt peanut butter and jelly in two separate heat proof bowls in the microwave for 15 seconds. Spread warm peanut butter over hot crust with an offset spatula or butter knife. Place the warm jelly into a piping bag you can snip the corner or place the jelly in the corner of a ziplock baggie, snipping a small corner to use as a piping "pen." Squeeze a small circle of jelly in the center of the pizza. Continue making larger circles working your way to the outside crust and forming a "target" pattern. Gently pull a knife across the jelly circles working from the crust to the center of the pizza to create pattern lines. Bake pizzas for another 2-3 minutes if desired. (I did not bake a second time)