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BBQ Pizza Recipes to Keep you Grilling All Summer Long

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May is National Barbecue Month, and now that the weather is getting better, it’s time to grill!

When you’re having people over you’re probably gonna have all the fixins: corn on the cob, chicken, burgers, but what about everyone’s favorite dish–– pizza!

Here are some recipes that are sure to be a hit with your BBQ crowd…

BBQ Pizza Recipes

BBQ Pizza–– this recipe by the Food Network courtesy of Robin Miller only requires a few fresh ingredients and ten minutes of prep time. You can use a store-bought pizza crust or use our recipe for a homemade, basic thin pizza crust.

BBQ Chicken Pizza–– with spicy barbeque sauce, cilantro, peppers, and Colby-Monterey Jack cheese, this recipe by AllRecipes is sure to have a kick to it!

Chicken Avocado Pizza–– A California-inspired pizza by AllRecipes made with avocado spread in place of pizza sauce, and topped with chicken and Monterey Jack cheese. Tasty, hearty and healthy, win-win!

Bobby Flay's BBQ Margherita Pizza–– A Classic from the master! Mozzarella, roma tomatoes, and a handful of fresh basil leaves. So traditional. So Terrific.

Sassafras® Pizza Stone Recipes–– from Pompeii pizza to Healthy Zucchini pizza, be sure to check out our recipe page for thin crust pizzas, there’s something for everyone.

Also Check Out

Our blog posts Five Non-pizza Dishes You Can Make With Your Pizza Stone and Pizza Stone 101: History, Care & Uses have the recipes and info to graduate you from pizza stone aficionado to pizza stone expert!

Superstone® BBQ Pizza Stone

One of the most important things about perfecting a pizza recipe is the cookware you use to prepare it. The absolute 100% best way to bake a pizza is with a Superstone® BBQ Pizza Stone.

This pizza stone from Sassafras® has a natural-grooved surface for even heat distribution and a fire-proof finish, perfect for making pizza on the grill in the summertime or any old time you wanna have pizza outdoors!

The Superstone® BBQ Pizza Stone can also be used in any conventional or convection oven, giving this stone the most versatility. The unglazed Superstone® stoneware pulls moisture from the dough, resulting in a super crispy and delicious crust.

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If you need pizza accessories for cutting and serving your pies, look no further–– Sassafras® has a wood-handled pizza cutter and a silicone-handled pizza cutter for all your baking needs.

So now that you're a pizza stone expert, we'll be expecting great things from you: go out there and make great pizza, and be sure to tag and share with us when you do!

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