8 foods you didn't know you can make on the grill

Pizza: Grilling pizza gives it a delicious smoky flavor and crispy crust. Simply roll out your dough, brush it with olive oil, and grill it on one side until it's lightly charred. Flip it over, add your toppings, and grill until the cheese is melted and bubbly.

Avocado: Grilling avocado halves enhances their creamy texture and adds a smoky flavor. Cut the avocado in half, remove the pit, brush with olive oil, and grill face down for a few minutes until grill marks form. Serve with a sprinkle of salt and lime juice.

Watermelon: Grilling watermelon caramelizes its sugars and intensifies its sweetness. Cut the watermelon into wedges, brush with a bit of oil, and grill for a minute or two on each side until lightly charred. Serve as a refreshing summer appetizer or dessert.

Pineapple: Grilled pineapple is a deliciously sweet and tangy treat. Cut the pineapple into rings or spears, brush with honey or maple syrup, and grill for a few minutes on each side until caramelized. Serve as a side dish, dessert, or topping for burgers and tacos.

Donuts: Grilling donuts adds a smoky flavor and crispy texture to this sweet treat. Cut store-bought or homemade donuts in half, grill cut-side down for a minute or two until lightly toasted, then serve with your favorite toppings like whipped cream, fruit, or chocolate sauce.

Cinnamon Rolls: Grilling cinnamon rolls gives them a delicious smoky flavor and crispy exterior. Place store-bought or homemade cinnamon rolls on the grill, close the lid, and grill for a few minutes on each side until golden brown and cooked through. Serve warm with icing on top.