This is, by far, my favorite summer meal. We’ve been making it for years and it’s something we make over and over during grilling weather – mostly because it’s so easy. This pizza takes almost no prep and cooks in about five minutes.
We generally don’t go in with much of a plan when making them – toppings are whatever we happen to have still in the fridge. Ham and pineapple is a favorite, as is kalamata olive and fresh basil. And we like to make them smaller so we can vary the toppings – and each person can top their own.
It’s meals like this that are keeping us sane with a newborn!
(as seen on Eat at Home)
1 lb. pizza dough
Your favorite pizza toppings
Preheat the grill to medium-high heat and spray with nonstick spray.
Roll out dough as desired – we like to make four smaller pizzas because they’re easier to work with, 2 medium or 1 large would work too!
Place the dough onto the grill grates and cook for about 2 minutes, until the bottom is solid and has grill marks. Flip, add sauce, cheese and toppings and close the lid of the grill. Cook for 3-4 minutes, until cheese is melted and bottom has grill marks.
Transfer to a cutting board and let sit for a few minutes before cutting.
4 thoughts on “Grilled Pizza”
I have been meaning to make grilled pizzas all summer – thank you for the reminder! Yours look wonderful.
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