Grilled Pizza with Garden Vegetables

June 27, 2016

I think I’ve recently discovered, more than I ever have before, that summer is my favorite season! I love nearly everything about it, including the heat. We are always looking for good ways to sweat so we can just think of summer as a natural detoxifier, right? I have found that if I get up and do my outside work out before 7:30 am, that it’s just hot enough to make me sweat like crazy but not so hot that I can’t breathe.


Another really, really great thing about this season is that all food can be cooked on the grill. Have you ever had a grilled skillet cookie? Maybe I should post one next week because they are so delicious, and my recipe involves no sugar, only maple syrup. Anyhow, a couple of days ago we went to the farmers market and I decided everything we bought could be used as pizza toppings (except for the bar of soap). So, that’s just what this is: a pizza filled with the season’s greatest flavors.


No pizza would quite be complete without tomatoes so, of course they made an appearance here. The grilled onions and garlic amp up the flavor and the sweetness of the corn is the perfect balance. Another bonus about this pizza is the dough doesn’t require any time to rise, so you can make this recipe in a pinch. I like the crust to be a little dense because it holds up on the grill. If you would rather use another type of wheat flour, you are welcome to switch it up. Enjoy, y’all!



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  • Reply Alicia@Eco Natural August 2, 2018 at 3:34 PM

    Going to have to make this after my trip to the Farmers Market Saturday!

    • Reply melissahaithcock August 13, 2018 at 10:12 AM

      I would love that!
      I hope it is so tasty!

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