Thermomix Pizza Dough

Thermomix Pizza Dough

One of the best ways to save money with your Thermomix, is to make your own pizza bases. Not only do they taste great, they’re also really cheap to make!

Thermomix Pizza Dough

When I make my pizza dough, I like to place it into the Thermoserver to rise. Just remember to lightly grease the sides, bottom and lid of the Thermoserver with cooking spray so that the dough doesn’t stick. I also like to fill the Thermoserver with boiling water while the dough is kneading in the Thermomix. Then I drain the water out, dry it completely and lightly grease it, before popping the dough ball inside. This makes the Thermoserver nice and warm and allows the pizza dough to rise easily.

Thermomix Pizza Dough

This is the perfect Thermomix pizza dough for making delicious takeaway style pizzas at home. Actually, it’s WAY better than any takeaway pizza base you could buy!

Thermomix Pizza Dough

So save yourself a few dollars and whip up your own pizza bases! Go on… you’ll love it!

Also don’t forget to check out our Pizza Scrolls recipe here.

Thermomix Pizza Dough

Thermomix Pizza Dough

An easy Thermomix Pizza Dough recipe that the entire family will love.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 1
Author Thermomix Recipes by Thermobliss


  • 300 g of plain flour
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon raw sugar
  • 2 tbs olive oil
  • ½ cup warm water (you may need a little more!)
  • 1 sachet of yeast


  1. Heat the yeast and water for 1 minute on 37 degrees, Speed 1.
  2. Add all of the other ingredients and mix for 6 seconds on Speed 6.
  3. Knead for 1 and ½ minutes on interval speed.
  4. Knead on a floured board into a ball.
  5. Place into a lightly greased Thermoserver (or bowl) and place into a warm spot for 30 minutes or until doubled in size). If using a bowl, make sure you cover it with a tea towel to keep the heat in.
  6. Knead the dough on the floured board again.
  7. Roll out to make a large 32cm dough circle.
  8. Place the dough onto the tray.
  9. Add your favourite toppings.
  10. Cook in an oven preheated to 200 degrees for 15 minutes or until the base is crispy.

Comments 22

  1. Can you convert this to weight measurements? It goes with thermomix easier if I don’t have to dirty more dishes and can just pour in the ingredients directly

    1. Thanks for the feedback Elli, we are going back and checking all of our recipes to make sure the weight measurements are included.

  2. I’ve made a lot of doughs in the Thermomix before and never had a disaster like this. Dough wouldn’t come together during the kneading process so had to do it by hand and the dough was hard. Has the recipe been tested many times?

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      Hi Vee, that’s very strange – we make this recipe on a weekly basis and it’s always perfect. I’m not sure why yours didn’t turn out right?

    2. I just got on to see if ayone else had this problem. It wouldn’t rise and was almost like crumbs after the first knead too. Obviously a prob at my end … obviuosly will need to make more pizzas to test where I went wrong!

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      There are some recipes that don’t use yeast (and they use self raising flour instead), but I really find that yeast is the way to go when it comes to pizza dough. If you store it in the fridge, a little container will last ages! xx

  3. How many grams is 1 sachet of yeast? Mine comes in a bottle.
    Always much easier to include weight measurements with Thermomix recipes!

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  4. I had a similar issue to others – after 1.5 mins knead it was still like breadcrumbs. I ended up having to put at least another 125ml of water in to bring it together and it ended up being kneaded for 5 minutes in total until it was the correct consistency. It is rising now so i hope it still works well. Think next time I’ll stick to the pizza dough recipe on the chip.

    I use your recipes ALL the time and this is my first unsuccessful on. In fact last night I whipped up 2 batches of the choc cupcakes for mt daughter’s teacher’s birthday today. All in all a pretty good success rate.

    Thanks Ladies!

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  5. When you say plain flour do you mean just plain flour or breadmaking plain flour – in traditional pizza dough recipes they use the latter which has a higher gluten content I think? ie most bread recipes traditionally use breadmaking flour rather than plain flour. Which is available in supermarkets now.

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      Hi Ingrid, bakers flour or bread making flour always gives a better result so if you can use that, then do! But if plain flour is all you’ve got in your cupboard, go with that!

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