Thermomix Milk Buns

The Thermomix recipe for Milk Buns for buffet.
Thermomix Milk Buns

Thermomix Milk Buns are a great choice for brunch or a buffet. They are soft and lend themselves to being stuffed in many ways, both sweet and savory.

Thermomix Milk Buns are soft morsels enriched with butter and milk, which give them softness and a delicate flavor.

Thermomix Milk Buns can be stuffed in many tasty ways. You can opt for a classic savory filling, like cold cuts and cheeses, or make them even more delicious with a sweet filling, like jam or Nutella. Unleash your imagination and tastes.

To achieve perfectly soft Milk Buns, make sure the ingredients are at room temperature before starting, in this way, the dough will rise evenly and the buns will be just right soft. If the dough turns out too sticky, you can add a few tablespoons of flour to the dough but I recommend not to overdo it, because the dough might become too heavy.

Besides Milk Buns, with Thermomix we can prepare many other types of buns:

Thermomix Milk Buns remind me of childhood birthday parties, made of red pizzas and buns stuffed with ham and cheese.
And after this trip down memory lane, all that remains is to wish you a pleasant weekend and leave you with the recipe for Thermomix Milk Buns.

See you next recipe!


Thermomix Milk Buns

Course Appetizer
Cuisine Italian
Total Time 3 hours
Servings 5


  • 250 gr baker flour (or 0 flour)
  • 250 gr plain flour (or 00 flour)
  • 7 gr dried yeast
  • 60 gr sugar
  • 350 gr milk *
  • 50 gr butter at room temperature*
  • 5 gr salt
  • 1 egg for decoration (optional)


  1. Put the two flour, dry yeast and sugar in the bowl, mix: 30 sec. speed. 3.

  2. Add the milk and mix: 1 min. speed. dough mode.

  3. Add the butter in small pieces and salt, knead: 3 min. speed. dough mode.

  4. Take the dough and knead it for a few minutes with your hands, place in a bowl, cover with plastic wrap and let it rise until it doubles in volume (about 2 hours).

  5. Deflate the dough slightly to form a dough and divide it into pieces of 30 g each.

  6. Form small balls, pushing under the ends and place them on a baking sheet lined with baking paper, well spaced from each other.

  7. Cover the rolls with a clean towel and let rise for 40 minutes or 1 hour.

  8. Before baking, brush the surface of each sandwich with the beaten egg together with a drop of milk.

  9. Bake in a preheated oven at 170°C for about 15 degrees or until the surface turns golden.

  10. Let cool and the thermomix milk rolls are ready to be stuffed… Buon appetito!

Recipe Notes

*For those who are intolerant to dairy products, it is possible to replace milk and butter with lactose-free ones.
While to make vegan sandwiches it is necessary to replace milk and butter with vegetable ones, and not use the egg to brush but simple vegetable milk.

It is possible to freeze sandwiches once cooked and cooled, in ice bags.

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