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Grilled Pizza

I can not even begin to tell you how excited I was to make this. Chevy Man thought I was losing it, ok maybe I was. I made the dough from scratch (recipe below) and then we grilled PIZZA!

Homemade dough-
1 1/2 cups warm water
2 1/4 tsp yeast or a package
3 1/2 cups flour
2 tbsp oil
2 tsp salt
1 tsp sugar

dissolve yeast in warm water. combine dry, then add wet.

let rise 1 1/2 hours. punch down and let rise 30 more minutes.

I divided into 2 pizzas about 12 inches pizza. This will depend on how thick you want it.

They were definitely not round, but hey that makes them rustic right? haha.

I then oiled each side of the dough.
Put tin foil on the grill, and oiled it.

Put the dough on, flipping about every 3 or 4 minutes until done.

Then I put all the toppings on the pizza, closed the grill lid and let the cheese melt. super yummy! I can't wait to make it again later this week!


  1. The grilled pizza turned out really yummy. We're gonna try it out this weekend too:) Thanks for the idea! I'm glad I discovered your blog and I am now following you thanks to Social Parade, and it would be so nice if you could share the love back on my blog;)
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  2. These grilled pizzas look delicious! I think you've inspired me to add that to my meal plan for next week!

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  3. Sounds and looks delicious!
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  4. oh wow, never thought to do that! Looks delicious and I bet I could use whole wheat flour instead...just to make it a LITTLE healthy! Love it, thanks for sharing...

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  6. What a great idea!

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  7. I can't wait to try this. It will be nice to have pizza without turning on the oven and heating up the house. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Yum! I often make my own pizza dough but I have never grilled it. I will have to give it a try! Following from Bee Friendly Hop.

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  13. Me Oh My, that sure looks good! Visiting you from Blogaholic. Stop by and visit me! I love comments from friends.

  14. Now that is creative! I will have to try it:) New GFC follower-thanks for linking up for Footloose and Fancy Free:)

  15. Hi, this looks delicious!

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