Spring is in the air, and before you know it, it will be the best season of the year, grill season. Grilling is one of America’s favorite past times, from throwing hot dogs and burgers on the grill to thick meaty steaks; nothing beats cooking on the grill.
And, of course, making homemade pizzas on the grill is a great way to make a pizza. As we get closer to grill season, many folks are looking to buy a grill or upgrade, and we have found the most affordable grills for homemade pizza and other barbecue favorites.
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Gas Grills for Homemade Pizza
Many people prefer to use gas grills because they are quick to fire up, less messy, and you can control the temperature better. But they are more expensive. Here are our favorite gas grills to help you get your barbecue on.
You can even use hot pizza stones on them to get a more even cook.
An affordable option is this two-burner liquid propane gas grill. It has a side table that folds out for prep space and a burner to the side so you can have the grill and the burner going to maximize your grilling.
This stainless steel propane gas grill is an excellent choice for all your grilling needs. With four burners, you can make pizza, heat up marinara, and dipping sauces, to make sure all your guests are eating well at your backyard pizza party.
Have grill and will travel for excellent grilled pizzas. Weber is the name everyone knows in the world of grills because they make superb products. This portable grill fold down easily and only weighs 49 pounds, so you can take it wherever you want to go and grill up some excellent pizzas.
If you are feeding a big family or a team of friends, this is the grill for you. It’s big enough to make pizza, grill some burgers, and sear, and the side burners give you more cooking availability. The cooking area is 602 sq. inches of porcelain-enameled cast iron cooking grates. The secondary cooking space is 193 sq. in. with a warming rack.
This bright blue porcelain enameled grill has everything you need to brighten up your backyard. It features 738 sq. in. cooking space in total, including 566 sq. in. porcelain-enameled cast iron cooking grates and 172 sq. in. porcelain-enameled steel wire warming rack that accommodates about 18 hamburgers simultaneously.
And that isn’t all it has a rotisserie kit so that you can low-roast a crispy brown whole chicken but juicy and tender meat inside. You get all of that for under 500 dollars that really is a deal.
Charcoal Grills for Homemade Pizza
If you are an old-school grill master or a beginner that loves the idea of cooking with fire and charcoal, then a charcoal grill is for you. They take a little bit longer to get the hang of, but once you do, you get that smoky grill flavor. And yes, you can use a charcoal grill to make pizzas too.
We love this cute little grill. It’s perfect for small spaces or when you just need to feed a few. You can make personal pizzas grilled in this compact charcoal grill. It has a 250 square inch total cooking area delivering exceptional taste and charcoal flavor.
This grill includes 443 sq. in. porcelain-enameled steel wire cooking grates, 184 sq. in. chrome-plated warming rack, and 184 sq. in. offset smoker. Yes, you read that right it has a smoker. The smoker is firmly attached to the grill to ensure good circulation of heat and smoke. It has a side door to add charcoal and remove ashes; the air vent stokes fire instantly. And it holds up to 4.4 lbs. of coal.
The classic dome-covered charcoal grill has been in backyards for years. This sweet little Weber grill has space for large pizzas and more. It has a built-in lid thermometer with rust-resistant aluminum dampers. And a cleaning system with a high-capacity ash catcher provides hassle-free ash cleanup.
Do you need more grill space? Well, this thing has space. With a cooking area of 800 sq. inches cooking space, including 505 sq. in. primary grilling area and 289 sq. in. stainless-steel warming area.
When used in conjunction with the two separate control charcoal trays, you can adjust the cooking area, too. Great grill and great design for making great food!
It’s hard to believe this extra large charcoal grill, and smoker is under 500 dollars. It is perfect for large gatherings where you need the food to shine. The grill has a cooking space of a total of 941 square inches cooking area, including 551 sq. in. cooking grates, 198 sq. in. warming rack, and 192 sq. in. offset smoker.
Cooking grates and warming racks are made of durable, easy-to-clean porcelain-enameled iron and chrome-plated material, which cooks evenly and relatively fast.
More Ideas for Grilling Homemade Pizza
- Roast peppers for a smoky topping.
- Vegetable skewers make a great side to a meaty pizza.
- Grill thinly sliced eggplant and zucchini for a tasty pizza topping.
- Shrimp and oysters are excellent on the grill, and then throw them on a pizza.
- For pineapple lovers, grill your pineapple before slicing it for a Hawaiian pizza.
- Save some carne asada to top your pizza.
Do you use a gas or charcoal grill? Which of these affordable grills for homemade pizza is your favorite?