May 28, 2013

Grilled Thai Sweet and Spicy Shrimp Pizza



Move over hot dogs, this sweet and spicy shrimp grilled pizza made with my Bangin' Good Shrimp recipe is so good!


I've had my eye on Archer Farms thin crust pizza crust for a while and thought it would be perfect to make on the grill, so when Target's A Bullseye View asked me to create a guest post for their blog, I knew exactly what I wanted to make.

Being part of the Target Inner Circle I get to attend some really fun events. A few weeks ago Target set up a life sized dollhouse in the middle of Grand Central Station decorated with their Threshold home collection, how COOL is that??!


It was incredible to see this giant dollhouse in the middle of one of the busiest places in NYC!


My favorite part was their outdoor area, especially their ottomans and tables. When I went to Target to pick up all the ingredients for this pizza, I found this adorable bistro table on sale for $199 and picked up some Threshold lanterns, pillows and ottomans... LOVE!!


These ottomans make the backyard feel like an extended part of my home. But more about the pizza, for 8 servings it's just under 300, or 8 weight watchers points plus each. If you want to try this yummy pizza recipe, head on over to A Bullseye View for the full recipe.


Servings: 8 • Size: 1/4 pizza • Old Points: 6 pts • Weight Watcher Points+: 8 pt
Calories: 293 • Fat: 9 g • Carb: 30 g • Fiber: 1 g • Protein: 21 g • Sugar: 2 g
Sodium: 388 mg • Cholest: 96 mg

28 comments :

  1. so simple !! love it, only thing which's missing at my place - shrimps haha detail :D
    xx

    http://franchemeetsfashion.blogspot.cz/

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  2. The dollhouse is such a cool marketing concept! I want to try the pizza! It looks delicious. I just made the cucumber, tomato, black bean, and avocado salad yesterday and it was a huge hit!

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  3. This looks fantastic, and I LOVE Target, but - I live in Seoul, South Korea, where I can't get there for a couple more years! I suppose I can just replace this crust with a regular round one?

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  4. I have that bistro table set on my little deck-- I love it!

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  5. I love all of that outdoor furniture! This post makes me want to host a patio party (on my patio that's about 5x5'..... ok, a small patio party but with lots of good food!)

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  6. Have to try this pizza. Pinned.

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  7. How cute! love the style... and the pizza ;}

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  8. Shrimp Pizza... I've never tried it. I should! It look delicious!

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  9. I agree. I love your site, and I'm sure the extra bucks are nice, but it feels like
    opening up FB to al those unwanted ads! Sad...

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    1. Suzy, sorry you feel that way but this was not an ad, it was a guest post I was happy to do for them, and just think about the amount of recipes I have here (over 1000) all completely free for those that want to try them.

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  10. You are a DOLL! How fitting that you got to be in a life-sized DOLL HOUSE! And the recipe looks D-LISH! :) Thanks for ALL you do for ALL of us!

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  11. This looks really yummy...do you think the points would be reduced down if you just grilled the shrimp plain and brushed on some of the sauce vs coating them in cornstarch and frying them in oil before tossing them in the sauce? 8 points just seems a little high for a one piece so I'd like to try ways to cut that down. Or are these pizza crusts huge so 1/4 of the pie is like 2 normal size pieces?

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  12. I don't understand why some people are bothered by the guest post. Gina quit her full time job to focus on her cooking and this FREE blog, good for her if she gets a monetary perk every once in awhile. Is it even any of our business? Not really. Good job Gina, my family loves all of your recipes!

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  13. is it possible to broil or bake this? i dont have a grill at my apt

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  14. What an incredible opportunity and a great use of Target products! I shop there almost exclusively and absolutely love all their food products. Thanks for sharing, Gina!

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  15. I always make pizza on that exact crust! I loooove it, and 1 pie crust will feed my husband and myself. We usually just cut it down the middle. Can't wait to try it with this shrimp!

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  16. Tired this recipe last night and I LOVED IT!!! So quick and easy...i baked mine in the oven since I don't have a grill nevertheless AWESOME!!!

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  17. This has me drooling!!!! Great shortcut to use the flatbreads :)

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  18. Can you post the recipe on this site? i like to save it to my recipe file but I can't seem to print it out here or save it to my file? help please!
    thanks,
    Beverly

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  19. This is so cool! It was so nice to meet you at FBF the other week! I love the furniture set you picked up and your recipe looks great! Heading on over to the bullseye site now :)

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  20. i'm a pizza lover :)

    http://therealfoodrunner.blogspot.com

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  21. This was fabulous!! Great recipe, thank you!!

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  22. This may be a silly question, but I made this pizza last night (it was delicious!) and I had a ton of points left for the day, so I ate half of one pizza. When you say that the points are for "1/4 pizza" do you mean 1/4 of one pizza, or 1/4 of the TWO pizzas made? Thank you!

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