(Sorry for the blurry pic!)
On Monday, I was saying how much I was going to miss summer and everything, but this week, the weather in DC has resembled fall and I absolutely LOVE fall weather. As much fun as sundresses and maxi dresses are to wear, I love the fall fashion scene. I love leggings, an oversized sweatshirt or dolman tee, and I love breathing in the crisp fall air. There’s just something about it! Honestly, I wish DC had California weather. The 50s in the morning and the 70s in the afternoon. To me, that’s the epitome of perfect weather and I would be happy with that kinda fall-ish weather year-round. If you could choose a season to have year-round, which would you choose? I honestly don’t know if I could choose. I love fall and spring equally and they both have their wardrobe perks. Ah, decisions, decisions.
You know what else causes my decision-making abilities to falter? Grilled pizza toppings. There’s just so many possibilities and I always feel like I’m standing in the produce aisle picking and choosing what I want to put on my grilled pizza that evening. Eenie, meenie, miney, mo is basically the game when it comes to toppings on grilled pizza :)
Last week, I made a video on how to grill pizza and then gave my basic grilled pizza dough recipe. This week, I’m giving you a classic pizza recipe with the simplest of ingredients. This classic pizza topping tastes even better on a grilled pizza!
Grilled Caprese Pizza
- 1 pizza dough recipe
- ½ cup marinara sauce
- 1 cup shredded whole milk mozzarella cheese
- ½ large tomato, thinly sliced
- Handful of basil, julienned
- Follow the instructions here on how to grill pizza dough then, once dough is done, top with marinara sauce, cheese, and tomatoes. Return to grill (on low) and grill until cheese is all melted and ingredients have been warmed through. Garnish with basil on top.
- Slice and serve.
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