Grilled Bacon Guacamole Pizza

Remember last month, when I made Southwestern Chicken Pizza for my SRC post?  While we were enjoying that pizza, my husband mentioned the idea of putting guacamole on a pizza.  It sounded delicious to me and, I must confess, that I thought about guacamole pizza constantly until I made it.  Then I died and went to heaven…the words utter deliciousness could hardly describe it.
I mean really, if you have only ever enjoyed guacamole on a chip, you are missing out.  It partners up with bacon and makes an incredible burger.  I took that concept and made this pizza.  This is an easy going meal, everything can be prepped ahead of time and ready to throw on the grill when you are.

 

I love grilling pizza because it gets that charred taste that you get when you go to a restaurant with a wood fire pizza grill.  I grabbed flatbread from the deli section and used that as my crust.  At the same time, I also made pepperoni and cheese pizza for the kids.  Make guacamole your favorite way, spread it on the warmed crust, top with bacon, tomatoes and cheese and get ready to experience pure guacamole bliss!

 

Grilled Bacon Guacamole Pizza

 

by Becca {Crumbs and Chaos}
Keywords: grill 5 ingredients or less entree bacon
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Ingredients
  • YOUR FAVORITE PRE-MADE PIZZA CRUST
  • GUACAMOLE
  • BACON, cooked and chopped
  • MOZZARELLA CHEESE
  • CHERRY TOMATOES, quartered
Instructions
Preheat your grill on medium heat. Turn to medium low.
Place your crust on the grill grate, heat on one side for a minute or two. Flip over.
On the side you just heated, spread guacamole, layer on bacon, tomatoes and cheese. Close grill cover to melt cheese.
Remove from grill, cut into slices and serve immediately.
*You don’t have to have a grill to make this pizza – you can also make it in the oven. The grill just gives it a little bit different flavor.
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