Pizza dough in the breadmaker – cheap and fun!

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My husband and I love a nice takeaway. It is a bit of a weakness really! We have resolved to have less takeaways this year. So far we have cut the amount considerably. This is great for money saving and it is great for our waistline too. We have managed to save money on the takeaways that we do buy, thanks to discounted gift cards from Zeek. Anyway, I love making homemade pizzas. They are SO cheap, compared to takeaways. Also, they are easy and best of all they are a bit fun too! I’m sharing with you today my recipe to make pizza dough in the breadmaker.

Pizza dough in the breadmaker

Now I realise that the above isn’t the best photo ever… however this is a stuffed crust pizza! It was SO good! I made this using the below dough, although you could make two regular sized pizzas that will fit these pizza trays.

Ingredients for pizza dough in the breadmaker

1/2 teaspoon yeast

300g strong white flour

1 tablespoon olive oil

1 teaspoon salt

170ml water

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Method for pizza dough in the breadmaker

If you have a Panasonic breadmaker then this is option 22. It takes 45 minutes. If you don’t have a breadmaker then you can mix this by hand. It should take just a few minutes to work this dough to a suitable consistency.

Once the dough has been mixed you want to make it into a ball, or two balls for two thin pizzas. Use the heel of your hand to make a circle. Then you want to toss the pizza dough. This takes a couple of minutes and is great fun. There are TONS of videos on Youtube, such as this one, that can help.

Once I have pizza dough prepared I like to leave it to prove. This takes around 30 minutes I find, in a warm part of my kitchen.

What do I top my pizzas with?

When it comes to dressing the pizza I typically use my homemade pasta sauce. I always have a load of this in the freezer and I love it! Toppings can be anything you want really. For a change I use pesto and chicken. Chicken and peppers are a favourite lately in our house as we always have these in.

Typically we make two thin pizzas from this dough. The one in the image is a stuffed crust pizza. You can stuff the crust with anything you want really, and stretch the edge over. Then leave to prove and look how big it will be from the above image! You can even use cheese strings in the crust if you’re making it with little ones and want something easy.

Making pizza dough in the breadmaker is so convenient. It is miles cheaper, I can set the timer on my Panasonic breadmaker and it tastes great. This is a dairy free pizza dough too which is great for my daughter to have a mini pizza.

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Stuffed crust pizza dough from the breadmaker

9 Responses

  1. Plutonium Sox February 20, 2017 / 10:13 pm

    Ooh I’m so glad you mentioned that you can do it by hand as well, we might have to give this a go. Pizza is my weakness too!

    • katykicker February 21, 2017 / 9:04 am

      I love pizza, I’ll turn into one I’m sure!!

  2. The Reverend February 22, 2017 / 12:24 pm

    I made a stuff crust pizza and it looked very similar.

    I really need to work out how to make the dough thinner so it looks more like a take-away stuffed-crust pizza.

    I will perfect it one day!

    • katykicker February 22, 2017 / 1:14 pm

      What I do when I want a thin crust (I have achieved it before) is half the dough, then I do the ‘throw in the air’ method of stretching the dough and I don’t leave to rise again. This gives a nice thin and crispy base. Thanks for stopping by!

      • The Reverend February 22, 2017 / 2:36 pm

        I’ll have to give it a go.

        Thanks for the tip!

        • katykicker February 22, 2017 / 2:42 pm

          You’re welcome! Hope it helps! I watched some youtube videos but basically make a small ball of dough then make it a circle, then slowly press the edges out to make a little crust then begin tossing it! It may get a few tiny holes but just fold the dough over to fix those.

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