Grill Baking

Have you ever wanted to try baking a different way? Has the power gone out and all you want is some fresh baked cookies? You can easily bake anything by firing up your propane grill. Follow this easy guide to get started!

1. Turn on the grill

If your grill has multiple burners, only turn on a few and make sure to place the pan above the unlit burners. 

2. Preheat!

Since grilling tends to allow for heat to escape when you add your food, make sure to preheat your grill to about 25 degrees higher than the desire temperature (425° if the recipe calls for a 400° preheat). This is where a wireless grill thermometer may come in handy. 

3. Place Your Food

Placing a buffer between the grates and your pan is recommended, especially if it is a single burner grill. Use a grill tray or an extra baking pan that you’re not fond of. Make sure to only lift the lid for as long as it takes to place the pan, ensure minimal heat loss. 

4. Adjust Heat as You Go

It’s okay to check on your bake every so often, as long as it’s quick! If you notice things are browning too fast, reduce the heat or leave the lid open for a short period of time. 


Original Guide:

Grilled Figgy Pies

Apple Crisp

Grilled Elote Flatbread Pizza

Mini Blueberry Galettes

Prep Your Grill:

  • Check your propane tank and hose for leaks
  • Keep your grill 10 feet away from building structures
  • Follow manufacturer’s grill instructions
  • Follow proper lighting procedures
  • Be present at all times while the grill is on

For more Grill Safety tips, click here