frozen pizza on a grill

How to Cook Frozen Pizza on the Grill

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I know there are a lot of recipes out there for grilled pizza!! In fact, my parents have pretty much perfected the art of grilling homemade pizza…  when I visit it’s something we always enjoy at their house!  What I didn’t realize was that you can actually cook a frozen pizza on the grill too!

Sitting on the deck with a group of hungry kids on a hot summer evening, turning on the oven was one of the last things we wanted to do.  My husband came up with this idea…  and the results were SURPRISINGLY DELICIOUS!!  It really made the best pizza ..  it was so good in fact, that the adults had to have one too!

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ITEMS YOU’LL NEED

  • 1 frozen rising crust pizza
  • cooking spray
  • aluminum foil

HOW TO

  1. Preheat grill to low.
  2. Completely defrost pizza on the counter or on low in the microwave (I used the defrost fish setting).
  3. Spray foil with no stick spray. Place pizza on a piece of foil on the grill. Cook on low 10 minutes (pizza crust will rise).
  4. Turn heat up to medium-low and cook an additional 10-15 minutes or until cheese is melted and crust is crisped.
  5. Remove from grill and let cool 5 minutes before slicing.

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Holly Nilsson is the creator of Spend With Pennies, where she creates easy, comforting recipes made for real life. With a passion for nostalgic flavors and simplified techniques, Holly helps busy home cooks create delicious meals that always work. She is also the author of “Everyday Comfort,” which promises to inspire even more hearty, home-cooked meals.
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