Finding a good camp-friendly pizza recipe has always been a bit elusive for us. Between the dough, toppings, and sauce there are plenty of ways it can turn out less than ideal. No one likes a disappointing camp meal, especially at the end of a long day spent in the outdoors. This recipe is the outcome of much trial and error but if you stick to these steps, anyone with a camp stove and a skillet can pull off a pizza that is sure to be the talk of any campsite.
-Olive oil, salt, and pepper
-Spinach and Tomatoes
-Cast Iron Dutch Oven or Skillet
-Propane Stove or Campfire
Chop up mushrooms, onions, cauliflower or any similar toppings of your choice, and pre-cook over medium heat. Set aside in bowls for later use.
To make your pizza crust, place the dutch oven over medium heat and add olive oil. Separate dough into baseball sized balls and flatten out using a jar, water bottle or just your hands. Place the dough in the dutch oven and use the spatula to further flatten the dough out to the edges of the pot - cook for 10-15 minutes flipping every minute or so. Place the lid over the dutch oven on high heat and let sit for about 5 minutes.
Once the dough is crisp, add sauce and desired toppings then place the hot lid on the oven and let sit for 3-5 minutes. Remove the lid, take out your pizza, slice it and enjoy with friends!