• Easy Grilled Mini Pizzas

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    These mini grilled pizza recipes are the perfect way to celebrate outdoor grilling, in great taste. Receive Our Latest Recipes for FREE!Delivered to Your Inbox Platter Talk will never give away, trade or sell your email address. You can unsubscribe at any time. As the weather warms up, my thoughts begin to think about the many chores that have to be completed outside.  Mowing the lawn, weeding the flower beds, planting a garden, just to name a few.  The other thing that I find myself thinking about is grilling.  I will try to grill anything once.  Sometimes you grill a winner and sometimes, not so much.  Today’s post is a winner, with these Easy Grilled Pizza Recipes. Easy Mini Grilled Pizza Recipes   Recently at our little cottage in the middle of Nowhere, WI, the kids wanted pizza.  A stomach wants what a stomach wants, so I couldn’t blame them.  Still, sadly when we are at the cottage where we lose some modern conveniences like pizza delivery.   Now, I could have taken the typical approach and baked a pizza in the oven but as I said earlier, I will try grilling anything once.  So why not pizza? After taking a quick road trip to the local grocer, the boys and I found the ingredients that they wanted to use for their grilled pizzas.  We found something that I did not even know existed, pizza dough in a can.  Have you seen this?  It truly is amazing. What you need for these mini grilled pizza recipes: A can of refrigerated fresh pizza crust Your favorite toppings A hot grill A nice summer day (preferable, not mandatory!) All you do is pull the paper off of the cardboard tube, press at the seam and presto, you unroll a fresh pizza crust.  I decided to cut the pizza dough in 6 pieces.  This allowed the kids to make their own personal pizza. Artichoke and pesto grilled mini pizza. The steps can’t be any easier.  After firing up the grill, I made sure that my grates were lightly oiled.  I put each small pizza crust on the grates to cook, making certain to just lightly brown each side. Don’t miss any of our other many grilling recipes. Pictured here is our popular Jerked Beef. Love to grill outside? Don’t miss some of our other grilling ideas here! You want to make sure the grill isn’t too hot, or you will burn the crust.  I learned this the hard way.  Once the crust was “pre-cooked”, I took them off of the grill and allowed the kids to put on their sauce and toppings. Most of the kids are traditionalists and prefer either cheese and pepperoni, or just cheese.  After they adorn their pizzas, I then return the pizzas to the grill so that the cheese cam melt over the toppings.  You can speed the process by closing the lid.  Once again, I would not walk away too far, this little babies don’t take that long to finish off. Nutella s’mores grilled mini pizza. Now, you are only limited by your imagination for these pizzas.  How about a chicken Alfredo pizza using rotisserie chicken and jarred Alfredo sauce?  Not your thing, how about using marinated artichokes and pesto sauce or a margarita pizza with fresh cherry tomatoes and basil?  Maybe you have a sweet tooth and you make a s’mores pizza using nutella, crushed graham crackers and mini marshmallows.  Get the picture?  Now get grilling and try making your own mini grilled pizzas recipes.  Enjoy!  -Scott Never Miss Another Platter Talk Recipe Click Here For Your Free and Secure Email Subscription 5 from 2 votes Print Easy Mini Grilled Pizzas Ingredients For the Chicken Alfredo Version 1 can Pillsbury Pizza crust cut into 4-6 pieces 1/2 cup rotisserie chicken shredded 1/2 cup Alfredo sauce Fresh basil leaves torn into pieces Shredded Asiago Cheese For the Margarita Version 1 can Pillsbury Pizza crust cut into 4-6 pieces 1/2 cup marinara sauce 1/4 cup Cherry tomatoes cut in half 1/2 cup Fresh mini mozzarella pearls Fresh basil leaves torn into pieces For Pesto Artichoke Version 1 can Pillsbury Pizza Crust cut into 4-6 pieces 1/2 cup Pesto 1/4 cup Marranated Artichoke 1/3 cup Panchetta chopped 1/4 cup Shredded Asiago cheese For S'mores Version 1 can Pillsbury Pizza crust cut into 4-6 pieces 3 tbsp Nutella Crushed graham crackers Mini Marshmallows Instructions For each pizza, cut raw crust into 4-6 equal pieces.Grill each side of crust until just lightly browned and firm.Remove from grill and put on desired toppings.Return to grill and cook until cheese (or marshmallows) are melted. Recipe Notes All volumes of ingredients are approximated. Add more or less (or omit/substitute to your personal preference).     Related

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