Easy Pizza Supreme

Slow cooked pizza? Oooh yeah!

Submitted by Simon Christie

Easy Pizza Supreme

Slow cooked pizza? Oooh yeah!
5 from 1 vote
Serving: 1
Prep Time 35 minutes
Cook Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours 35 minutes


  • 1 x 285g pizza base mix
  • Pizza sauce
  • Variety of toppings to suit your taste
  • - 100g sliced bacon
  • - 100g pineapple
  • - 150g sliced chorizo sausage
  • - 2 sliced mushrooms
  • - 5 sliced olives
  • - 1 sliced tomato
  • - 50g diced ham
  • 1 cup grated mozzarella cheese
  • Optional: top with extra drizzle of BBQ sauce


  • Preheat cooker (check manual first that this is ok in yours) and prepare pizza dough as per instructions on it's packaging
  • Knead and rest dough 20 mins
  • Spread/flip to approximate size of cooker and spread evenly to edges
  • Cook on HIGH with lid OFF for 1hr
  • Spread sauce onto the pizza base in the cooker
  • Add toppings
  • Cook on high for a further 1hr with tea towel under lid.
  • The BEST pizza I've ever made!
  • Cooked in a 7L Breville slow cooker with the metallic style slow cooking bowl (not ceramic style)

3 thoughts on “Easy Pizza Supreme”

  1. Most slow cookers require liquid in the earthenware bowl or they will crack or even disintegrate.
    Only the metal-bowled slow cookers would be suitable for this recipe.

    1. We always use our metallic type bowl slow cooker for this recipe
      However since that wasn’t clear I’ve added it now in the recipe notes.
      Thanks 🙂
      We often cook dry in our ceramic bowls also and have never had a problem or any break but of course if you are not sure it’s always recommended to check with your manual and decide what you wish to do with yours 🙂

  2. 5 stars
    Turned out awesome.
    I lined my sc with baking paper. I preheated it only while waiting for dough to prove.

    To bring out flavours, I microwaved the chirozo, bacon and onion first. Then I zapped the rest of the toppings to bring it up to temp.

    I made my dough in the Thermomix using the Thermomix recipe.

    Next time I’ll divide the dough into 3rds rather than 1/2. The base was cooked through, but just a tad stodgy and thicker than I like (could’ve also been that I bought wholemeal ? flour by mistake instead of white ? flour).

    First home made ? in 2.5 years

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