4 Easy Grilled Flatbreads That Are Perfect for Your Next Barbecue

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Grilled pizza just got a whole lot easier

What kind of flatbread will you create?

Summer officially kicks off on June 21, and grills across the country are getting fired up in preparation for cookouts and backyard barbecues. While hamburgers and hotdogs are summer food staples, flatbreads are an easy to serve, tasty, and customizable dish to add to your repertoire. With Krusteaz’s line of Flatbread Mixes, available in Whole Wheat, Italian Herb and Garlic and Onion varieties, party hosts and grill masters can now make the perfect pizza in minutes.

Here are a few ideas to get you started:

Barbecue Chicken Flatbread


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Make an easy barbecue garnishes and throw it on the grill for a smoky meal in minutes. Slice and serve for appetizers or let guests customize their own to enjoy as personal pizzas!

Veggie Flatbread



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If you have an abundance of fresh vegetables from your garden or farmers market, a veggie flatbread may be on the menu for dinner. Slice the produce of your choice — we recommend using onions, peppers, mushrooms, and more of your favorite veggies — then simply layer on top of a Krusteaz Whole Wheat Flatbread for a lighter, but filling option.


Buffalo Chicken Flatbread

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Instead of serving messy wings, translate your favorite buffalo chicken into a yummy pizza! Starting with the zesty Krusteaz Garlic and Onion Flatbread Mix and topped with your beloved spicy wing sauce, chicken, and cheese, this flatbread is sure to be a summertime favorite. Serve with additional sauce or blue cheese for dipping.

Spinach, Tomato and Roasted Garlic Flatbread

Source: Inspiration Kitchen

A great way to use this season’s fresh tomatoes is by dicing them and using them to top a Krusteaz Italian Herb Flatbread along with spinach and roasted garlic. Add in a layer of creamy Italian cheese spread and cut into strips for the perfect party starter.
 

For more ideas and recipes, visit www.Krusteaz.com and get acquainted with the Baker's Dozen.

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