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First Egg Pizza

CarolinaEGGcookerCarolinaEGGcooker Posts: 12
edited 3:19PM in EggHead Forum
We used 2 of the Betty Crocker pizza crust mixes for the dough...pretty darn good (and easy!) Cooked it for about 30 minutes at between 400 and 425. Everyone thought it was delicious...especially for the 1st time!!



  • Next time. Move your temp up to around 550and leave the stone in there for 45mins before putting the pizza on.

    30 mins seems pretty long for a pizza. Wait for others to chime in.
  • Looks pretty good. Is the Betty Crocker in the box or refridgerated tubes?
  • I did some reading up on pizzas here on the egghead forum before attempting the cook. I did see that many prefer to cook it faster at a higher temp. I just didn't want to burn it up on my first attempt. Plus, I had time to have a couple cold beers as it cooked!
  • The Betty Crocker crust mix that I used comes in pouches. All you have to do is add water.

    By the way, the picture of the pizza was taken about 10 minutes before I pulled it off the grill. It did get a little browner, as you can maybe see below.

  • Thank you. Always looking for ways to make life a little easier
  • fire eggerfire egger Posts: 1,124
    Looks pretty good, my family loves egged pizza, probobly our most repeated cook
    have fun
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