Grilled Pizza Flatbread Bar #SundaySupper

I am obsessed with making a “help yourself” bar at any party and I’ve even started making them at home for dinner because I have picky kiddo’s! If your not sure what a “help yourself” bar is I’ll fill you in by sharing this Grilled Pizza Flatbread Bar with you today for this weeks Sunday Supper theme. It’s all about Kids Favorite Recipes today and it’s being hosted by Ellen over at Family Around The Table,  I had the pleasure of meeting Ellen at this years Food Wine Conference.

Grilled Pizza Flatbread Bar

When I thought about what my kids favorite recipes are I instantly rolled my eyes because they are so plain jane. Plain like when we have pasta they don’t want any sauce just butter kind of plain. However, recently they both have ventured out there and actually will have pepperoni on their pizza. Wowzers, I know they are pretty adventurous these days huh! So I decided to set up a pizza bar using my favorite flatbread I buy from the local market down the street. It’s more of a bread than a pizza dough so I can throw it right on the grill!

Grilled Pizza Flatbread Bar

It’s not so much a recipe I’m sharing today but more of an idea of how you can change up your classic grilled pizza. This Grilled Flatbread Pizza Bar will be fun for the whole family or party! I even decided to venture out there and make a dessert pizza! The kids absolutely loved it and so did my husband!

Grilled Flatbread Pizza Bar Ideas:

Classic Red Sauce (or try my easy homemade kind I always keep handy in the freezer)
Garlic and Olive Oil
Alfredo Sauce (try my lightened version)
Fresh Pesto (try my kale pesto for a lighter version)

Bacon, Pepperoni or any kind of meat
Hot dogs
Roasted Veggies
Fresh tomatoes

Freshly grated mozzarella
Freshly sliced mozzarella or mozzarella balls
Feta Cheese
Goat Cheese

Grilled Pizza Flatbread Bar

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Grilled Pizza Flatbread Dessert
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Make a pizza a dessert! It's fun, the kids love helping and of course eating it afterwards!
Serves: 2
  • Flat Bread
  • ¼ cup of greek yogurt cream cheese (whipped)
  • 2 tbsp of nutella or hersey's spread
  • blueberries, blackberries & strawberries
  • 1 gogurt
  1. Mix together the cream cheese and hersey's spread.
  2. Spread the mixture on the flat bread.
  3. Add chosen fruit on top.
  4. Squeeze the yogurt over the top.
  5. Grill under medium heat for 10 minutes

I’m so excited to check out the rest of these kiddo friendly meals because I need some inspiration. I’m sick of the same ol same ol my kids insist on.



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9 thoughts on “Grilled Pizza Flatbread Bar #SundaySupper

  1. What a great idea, Tammi! I’ve never done flatbreads but we do make our own pizza. Everybody’s happy when they can choose what they want on their own small pizzas. You are one smart Momma!

  2. Ha, ha—this reminds me of when I was a kid and my parents took us out to an Italian restaurant. I ordered my spaghetti sans sauce, then my 3 sisters followed suit. I’m sure my parents loved paying for that meal. I love this idea for entertaining! Interactive and no complaints!

  3. We have such fun with a pizza bar – it’s our most requested family dinner plan. Great minds thing alike :).

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