- Oil the grill grates (tip: use oil on a paper towel), then preheat grill to medium-high.
- Cut the zucchini into thick slices about 3/4 inch think.
- Grill the zucchini 7-8 minutes, or until there are some grill marks and it’s starting to be tender. - Remove the zucchini from the grill, putting them grilled-side up on a cutting board you can use to take them to the kitchen.
- Add sauce, cheese and other topping as desired.
- Put loaded zucchini slices back on the grill and cook 7-8 minutes more with grill lid closed. (check them every few minutes to see when the cheese is melted and the toppings are lightly browned)
- Remove zucchini pizzas from grill and serve hot.
- Bon appetit!
May 2, 2011
- large zucchini slices, cut 3/4 inch thick
- olive oil, for lightly brushing both sides of pizza and oiling grill grate
- pizza sauce of your choice
- grated cheese
- pizza toppings (anything you like on your pizza can go on top of your zucchini pizza (get creative!)
Recipe borrowed from Kalyn’s Kitchen
May 2, 2011
While I have yet to find sunshine in a jar, I came pretty close to discovering it when I stumbled upon these little recipes containing baked sweetness and yummy treats in mason jars.
|cupcake in a jar|
|chili & cornbread in a jar
|margaritas in a jar|
|rainbow cake in a jar|
|peach cobbler in a jar|
Cakes baked in jars can be topped with traditional metal canning lids and stored in the fridge for up to 5 days. What a terrific idea! These personal-sized treats would make the perfect gift to ship to someone or to be used as party favors. Afterall, who doesn’t love sunshine in a jar?