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Easy Grilled Pizza with Caramelized Onion and Goat Cheese

When I find a new product that I am happy about, you know I like to share it with my favorite people (that’s you of course.) So, while speeding through Foodtown the other day, I spotted this new pizza bread that looked interesting. ready made pizza crust It is made by International Fabulous Flats™ and Foodtown had it in both the white and multigrain varieties.  I chose the multigrain as you can see and hurried home to experiment with toppings.  (Yes, and take a picture of it too. Don’t you take pictures of your groceries?)

After perusing my vegetable bin and and the rest of my fridge, I decided on caramelized red onion, fresh basil, tomato sliced thin, grilled portobello mushrooms and a combination of mUncooked Pizza ready for the grillozzarella and crumbled goat cheese. Here’s the bad boy ready for the grill.

The crust is completely cooked so all you really need is for the cheese to melt and the bottom to get a little crispy.  Then it’s dig in time.

These pizza crusts are pretty impressive if you ask me.  They are hand-stretched, Italian-style, cropped-pizza-slicemade with all-natural ingredients and baked on a stone surface.  It’s a lot easier and less messy than dealing with raw dough.  Pile it high with whatever makes you happy and enjoy.  If the weather stinks (like it has for centuries it seems here in NJ) you can pop the crust in the oven.

For more information on International Flat Bread products and recipes, check out there website.  International Fabulous Flats™.

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