Breville Crispy Crust Pizza Maker
If you love pizza as much we do, we predict Breville's compact countertop machine will change your life. Thanks to powerful dual heating elements and a built-in baking stone, it produces extraordinary, brick- oven-style pizzas in about ten minutes. Whether you prefer New York's classic thin pizzas or hearty thick crust pies, you'll enjoy crispy, golden crusts and perfectly cooked toppings – every time.
- Countertop pizza maker gives you professional brick-oven results, right in your own kitchen.
- Dual heating elements on the top and bottom of the oven heat the ceramic pizza stone up to 660°F, replicating the cooking environment of a brick oven.
- Built-in 12" diam. baking stone conducts and retains heat evenly to guarantee crisp, golden crusts.
- Settings for Thin, Medium and Thick crusts ensure uniformly baked pizzas – ;no matter how generous the toppings.
- A special Keep Warm setting holds your fresh-baked pizza at the ideal serving temperature – ;and keeps the baking stone hot between pizzas.
- Use the viewing window to monitor baking without opening the lid and losing heat.
- Bake pizzas up to 11" diam.
- A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
Overall Product Rating
iflyfish28 - Review from Williams-Sonoma
Cooks fast and makes great pizzaI bought this because of the reviews and the sale price after Christmas and free shipping. Our kitchen oven does not get hot enough and my Webber grill does not reach much above 400 °. Since this unit is reported to reach 600°+ and the reviews were so good I decided to give it a try. I have made 3 pizzas so far (from 1 batch of dough). I was a little worried about the pizza size, but they are great this size (about 11"-12"). My dough ended up medium crust and cooked in 7 minutes. I have two pizza peelers to slide the pizza on the stone and then remove it. You need a peeler for any oven, when making a pizza. Great for teaching kids how to cook with fresh local produce, and it's so easy to make the dough without mixer (hand mix in bowl and hand tossed) and so good. Very happy with the unit because it makes cooking pizza a lot easier and the final product comes out great. I store it back in it's box in the garage when not in use and pull it out when ready to use it.
PizzaObsessed - Review from Williams-Sonoma
Awesome PizzaGot this for Christmas this year and it is fabulous!! Use the parchment paper method described in other reviews and in the user's guide and your crust will never stick. Cooks both the toppings and the crust perfectly. We went to Italy this summer and have missed the super thin crust pizza, well now we make it at home!!!
LaurieF27 - Review from Williams-Sonoma
Worth the dough ;-)I purchased this Breville pizza maker for my chef husband for Christmas. It was not cheap but I trusted WS enough to try it. We've had bad luck making homemade pizza whether on the grill or in the oven using all sorts of methods. Decided to try it out for our New Year's Day dinner and it was amazing! Made crust from scratch using Cuisinart's recipe-didn't use recipe in book because it calls for European measures and types of flour so not sure how that would have translated. The Breville is easy to use and we are so pleased with it! Love that it only takes 5-6 minutes! Thank you WS and thank you Breville for making a great product! Highly recommend!!!
AEDP - Review from Williams-Sonoma
Best Pizza MakerI bought this pizza maker based on the very positive reviews. The pros are:-makes truly great pizza (I used Galaxy Desserts pizza dough bought through WS)-adjustable settings-makes pizza in minutes-with a pizza spatula, the pizza comes right off the stoneThe cons are:-only makes 1 pizza at a time (but the pizzas cook in 5-10 min depending on size)-it is very difficult to slide a pizza onto the stone in the pizza maker. Although not recommended, I place the rolled out dough directly on the stone and then quickly put the sauce, cheese and toppings (I have it all lined up beforehand).-the machine is bulky for the countertop but can be put away when not in use.The pros greatly outweigh the cons.
TrippKnightly - Review from Williams-Sonoma
Mediocre pizza and a high priceMedicocre pizza from a high-priced machine that takes up storage space. I see all the glowing reviews here, so here's one contrarian opinion having used this 3 times (I gave it every chance!). Maybe I'll dissuade just one informed person from a bad purchase.1) Since it's only 110 volt, you just can't expect it to produce the kind of intense heat needed to make pizza. The bottoms of my pizza remained more doughy than not.2) No pizza spring / spatula provided. Seriously? They couldn't "spring" for one at that price?3) To make up for its low power, the heating coils are very close to the top of the pizza - if you have thick toppings, they will get scorched.4) It doesn't really brown pizza the way a real pizza should be. Looks more like somebody ran a blow-torch over it.5) I like the color of the unit though.My advice: consider a different product or even better do you really even need a dedicated appliance like this? Maybe the old-school pizza stone and oven is the way to go??
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