1 package of store bought flatbread (we use fabulous flats from costco 3 pack, they are stone baked)
3 tablespoons garlic oil
2 cans pizza sauce (7.5 fl oz size)
2 tablespoons sugar
1 pepperoni, shredded
2 cups mozzarella cheese, shredded
Parmesan cheese, optionalDirections:
Preheat your BBQ.
Put your flatbreads on cutting boards to make it easier to transport out to your BBQ.
In a bowl mix sugar and pizza sauce.
Generously brush garlic oil over flatbreads.
Generously spread the pizza sauce over the flatbreads.
Spread your parmesan if you are using it.
Spread your mozzarella cheese generously over the pizzas.
Add your pepperoni over top.
Turn off half your grill burner so you get indirect heat on one side only.
Take outside and place on indirect heat on your grill.
Cook for about 5 to 8 minutes depending on your grill and how much stuff you piled on your pizzas.
Remove and slide onto a cutting board to bring inside easily.
Cut into pieces.
Serve with a smile.
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Toodles and smoochies. xx
Nami | Just One Cookbook
I really like today's post, Kim. It's very honest and came from your heart. I agree - life is short and I often think about the same thing, if I'm spending enough time with my family. After blogging for more than half year, I started to understand how things work and how endless blogging can be. So I just drop everything and spend time with my two little kids when they are awake, and shut the computer off (minus iphone). I love your pizza!
raquel @ erecipe
you are unique and so awesome...it is my first time here and I found it great!
Thank you for the reminder about life being too short and living with no regrets. I needed that today. Back to food... I need to save this one for pizza night. Yummy!
This looks amazing! Yummy!
Yum! Can we borrow mini-me to make a pizza for us! It looks really darn good. I'd even offer to clean-up. LOL!
Love the bbq pizza and yes, I agree no one can get sick of you, coz you thinks you are awesome (totally get that!). And lucky you, watching planet of the Apes. Our small town has just one theater and they have been screening Cowboys and Aliens for the second week now!!!
I have an empty nest now....so trust me...meals and cosy moments like this do create fond memories....enjoy!! nice pizza and time spent with children:)
Pizza looks delicious and I'm glad you're enjoying the kids....
@Nami- Thanks. I think it's so easy to get caught up with things so sometimes you just have to step back and remember what's important. I have days I'm online a ton and others I barely check in. Kids are only young once so it's good to make memories. Now that mine are older I know we're coming to an end to all of us being under one roof. I must make good use of this last year with everyone here.
@Pretend Chef- Glad I could help. We all get distracted by life, it's so easy these days. But after being home with my kids for a staggering 23 years I can honestly say I have never regretted time spent with them. I am so glad I have those memories. I think even people working can benefit from just realizing that being present and in the moment with kids is priceless.
@kristy- Sure, she is great with pizza and kids. But she will eat you out of house and home. Eats like a dude. lol
@Shumi- Hey you. Glad you popped by. I am good at thinking I is awesome. lol! I heard cowboys and aliens was a bit out there. Haven't seen it yet. Apes was so good. Hope it gets to you soon. We have to drive to the city for ours. But it's only about a 20-30 minutes drive. And the bookstore is next door so score.
@malli- I am closing in on an empty nest I think. Maybe one more year. I want them to stay forever but they are not in agreement on that. lol
@Ann- Thanks. I am, I love summer. Being a stay at home mom means summer rocks for me. Love every minute of it.