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Teardrop Cast Iron Pizza

by: Marilyn McCray

Making personal pizzas is a production, baking one at a time over the camp fire. Slice and serve them one at a time, hot off the fire. This is a great way to serve your friends or participate in a camp cook-off or provide a demonstration of your recipe or Cast Iron cooking technique. Get creative with toppings.

Serves: 4 – 10 or 12-Inch personal pizzas, bring more dough and toppings for bigger appetites or more servings. Additional cast iron skillets will streamline cooking.


· Pizza sauce – use your favorite recipe or select a tasty prepared sauce

· Use your mom’s special pizza dough recipe, a no-knead recipe can save time (slice.seriouseats.com) or use par-baked, commercially prepared crust

· Dry Aged Mozzarella, Parmesan, Provolone, or even Cheddar or Jack cheese

· Italian Sausage, Pepperoni, Prosciutto, olives, sliced mushrooms, artichokes

Pesto, Basil, Cherry Tomatoes, or make it Southwest with Jalapeños

Prepare before leaving home

· Create the pizza sauce, pesto, cook Italian sausage or other ingredients as needed