Grilled pizza: slicing it up a healthier way

Grilled pizza recipe

Everyone loves pizza. Unfortunately too many slices of your favorite pizza pie will pack on the pounds quick, fast, and in a hurry.

One way to have your pizza and eat it too is to make it yourself at home…on the grill.

Yeah yeah, I know it’s winter, but that doesn’t mean you have to neglect your grill. Have you ever stood over a heap of smoldering coals on a cold winter day? It’s fascinating!

Save some time by buying the crust pre-made. Todd at Think-Eat-Blog has some great ideas for a grilled pizza recipe. Check it out:

The recipes I found all involved making the crust from scratch, which normally I’d be all over, but by the time I decided I wanted to grill my pizza, I was way too hungry to wait. I decided instead to use a pre-made crust from Rustic Crust. It’s a healthy, tasty crust, and it isn’t all that pricey; a definite good thing. After that, it’s pretty easy: first, start up the grill. While the grill is warming up, prepare your pizza. I started out with pizza sauce from Eden Foods. I like Eden Foods particularly since their cans are BP-A free (the only company with BP-A free cans).

After that came pepperoni from Applegate Farms, cheese from Organic Valley, onion from my local farmers’ market, and some fresh pineapple. At this point, the grill was ready.

One thing to definitely keep in mind when you put the pizza on the grill is to not put it directly over the heat source.

Read the rest of the recipe at Think-Eat-Blog and go fire up that grill.

Via Elephant Journal.

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