17 Easy to Make Griddle Recipes

Having your own griddle isn’t just for cooking up a delicious breakfast.

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You can use a Blackstone griddle for a ton of different recipes that can please any palette. The best part is these Blackstone recipes are also super easy to make.

So, instead of using a bunch of pots and pans and giving yourself more stuff to clean, use these flat top grill recipes to make it easier for yourself.

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You’ll find an entire range of Blackstone griddle recipes like healthy eats, camping-friendly, or classic dishes made right on a flat top.

Make note of your favorite Blackstone grill recipes from the list below and give them a try!

What Recipes Can I Make on a Flat Top Grill?

You don’t have to limit yourself or your imagination when it comes to making flat top griddle recipes.

All styles of food from all over the world can be made using a Blackstone, like American, Italian, and Asian.

What’s best about your griddle recipes is that you have plenty of room to throw a ton of food on a griddle to save yourself some time.

If you can make the recipe on a pan, then you can definitely make it on a flat top grill.

Which Oil Do You Use With a Blackstone Griddle?

Oils are great for cooking because it adds a slight flavor and it allows the pan to be slick enough so nothing sticks to it.

The only problem is when the oil has a low smoking point. Whatever temperature an oil starts smoking is called the smoking point.

Ideally, you want to use vegetable or canola oil because they have a higher smoking point than other oils so you can really crank up the heat when cooking on your flat top.

This can allow you to sear meats better or cooking thinner meats faster without actually overcooking the protein.

In general, as long as you cover your griddle with some oil you’ll be alright. You want just enough to cover the griddle completely to keep the food from sticking.

HEALTHIER GRIDDLE RECIPES

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1. EASY GRIDDLE SALMON

Cooking on the griddle is easy enough, but when you have a recipe like griddle salmon, you know it’s going to be fast.

Salmon is a perfect dish to make if you want to have a healthy and fresh meal.

The griddle will help lock in all of the moisture and flavor while it cooks. This way, you get a delicious, moist, steak-like salmon dish with very little effort.

Throw in a pinch of salt and pepper to your salmon and you are good to go. Oh! And don’t forget the lemon!

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2. GRIDDLE BROCCOLI

Grilled broccoli is perfect for the griddle because it brings out the best in broccoli.

Broccoli can easily be overcooked and become soggy, which is not the look you want to achieve. You want your griddle broccoli to have a slight crisp to it.

Throw in a little bit of olive oil and some salt for added flavor. You could get crazy and toss in some of your favorite seasonings too.

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3. GRIDDLED ASPARAGUS

Asparagus was almost made for the flat top because the griddle helps mellow out the salt flavor in asparagus a little bit.

The high heat actually brings out the flavor of the vegetable by caramelizing it on one side.

Throw some salt and pepper to taste and get ready for a delicious treat. If you really want to get fancy, add some fresh lemon juice after your done

The slimmer the asparagus, the more crispy you can get them.

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4. PARMESAN CRUSTED SMASHED POTATOES

What’s great about these smashed potatoes is that you do all the work on the griddle itself.

After boiling, just add the potatoes to the griddle and start smashing them down.

You’ll wash them to give them a splash of butter and then sprinkle some parmesan on to give them that nice crust.

The textures are a perfect combination of soft tender inside with a crunchy outside.

CAMPING GRIDDLE RECIPES

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5. GRILLED CHEESE SANDWICH

Who doesn’t love a classic grilled cheese sandwich?

It’s easy to see why, because grilled cheese is such a staple in American cuisine.

Add some tomato soup and you’ll really get the kids to come around.

Throw your cheese on first and then add your bread on top for that great flavor of steamy buttered bread.

Don’t forget the butter! The griddle will give you an evenly heated melted sandwich with a nice crunchy outside.

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6. PHILLY CHEESESTEAK SANDWICH

The flat top should be your preferred method of cooking the classic Philly cheesesteak sandwich.

All of the melted cheese and bell peppers cook perfectly even on the grill with all the beef and onions.

All you need is a flat spatula and you’ll be able to scoop it all up into your bread without any trouble.

Do yourself a favor too and get some high-quality bread to go with your hoagie.

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7. GRIDDLE PANCAKES

Pancakes are a classic that every family loves because they are so easy to make.

Throw the ingredients into a blender and get that batter mixed up, then just pour it onto your griddle.

The best part of this is you can do it all in one batch, which means less time cooking and more time eating!

You could even add some blueberries or chocolate chips for a little extra oomph.

You’ll definitely need some butter and a generous amount of syrup. If you want the best pancake griddle experience, get yourself a level A syrup.

That stuff comes straight from some of the best syrup trees in the world and won’t have all the preservatives that lower-quality syrup does.

If syrup isn’t your thing, you could get some kind of fruit jam like apricot or strawberry.

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8. GRILLED S’MORES

You don’t have to go out into the middle of nature and start your own fire to get a great s’more.

The chocolate, graham cracker, and marshmallow combination can be made right at home as long as you have a griddle.

You’ll build the sandwich just like you normally would but you’ll want to leave off the final graham cracker topper.

Once the marshmallow starts getting that great gooey consistency, you can put the final cracker on top.

This one is great for kids because you’ll have a ton of room to make a bunch at the same time without having to wait.

Classic Flat Top Griddle Recipes

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9. GRIDDLE CHILI DOGS

Chili dogs are a great summer recipe because you can use the grill to cook the hot dog.

You’ll want to get yourself some nice all-beef hot dogs.

Throw them onto your griddle that has been preheated with just enough vegetable oil for it not to stick.

Add in some onion, cumin, oregano, garlic salt, and any other seasonings that you like.

Let the flavors mix together as the onions start to caramelize and you’ll have a great dog ready in no time.

If you want, serve them up with some cheese and jalapenos for that extra kick.

You could put almost anything on a chili dog and it will taste good, including tomatoes, relish, mustard, ketchup, and even lettuce.

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10. MONGOLIAN BBQ

There are few recipes that work as well with the flat top as this great Mongolian BBQ recipe.

The flavors alone will blow your mind because it’s such a unique combination. Don’t worry about it being complicated either, because it’s really easy to make and you only need a few ingredients.

You’ll want to add some soy sauce, minced garlic, brown sugar, and sriracha to the perfect blend of beef and vegetables.

Toss in some sesame seeds for added flavor.

For the veggies, you’ll want to get some green peppers, red peppers, onions, and mushrooms. The best part is that they are all cut to the same size so they will cook evenly.

This one is great too, because it’s healthy enough that you can eat it by itself or put it in a bowl of rice.

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11. BURGERS ON A GRIDDLE

The classic diner burger was always made on a flat top griddle and even though they were small, they packed in a ton of flavor.

Now, you can make your own version right at home on your Blackstone griddle.

You’ll want to use a spatula to flatten out your patties so they don’t remain too thick. You want them to have a nice flat shape so they cook evenly and fast.

To make your burgers really stand out, you can create your very own BBQ sauce that either has a strong sweet taste or vinegar taste, depending on what you’re used to.

Of course, when you’re ready to plate your burgers, you need all the toppings already prepared so people can build their own.

Some tomatoes, lettuce, onions, cheese, ketchup, and toasted buns will make your burger special.

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12. CHICKEN ON THE GRIDDLE

Chicken is one of the easiest meals to make on a griddle because it doesn’t take any effort to get a delicious tasting recipe.

Simply prep your chicken by cleaning it and trimming any excess fat. Sprinkle some salt and pepper and put on the grill for 10-15 minutes on each side.

You could make a ton of chicken too, so that way you can throw it into all kinds of dishes.

Salads, fried rice, pasta; you could use chicken in almost anything.

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13. GRIDDLE STEAKS

Steaks are made for the griddle because the flat top allows every piece of the steak to touch so it sears evenly.

Whether you like ribeye, filet mignon, t-bone, or any other kind of steak, they will all cook well on the griddle.

A little salt and pepper are usually all you need, but there are some other steak seasonings you can use that will give it some extra flavor.

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14. CRAB CAKES

Crab cakes are a staple along the coast and it’s easy to see why. These tender and fresh treats are warm and soft in the middle but crispy on the outside.

Get yourself some high-quality crab if you really want these cakes to stand out.

A delicious remoulade sauce is also a must-try if you haven’t had the combination yet.

You can make your own remoulade right at home too, so you can have a one-of-a-kind snack.

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15. GRIDDLE PORK CHOPS

This is another protein you can throw on the flat top that will please any palette.

The pork chop is versatile too, so you could make this Blackstone griddle recipe for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Serve it with some eggs for breakfast or some potato wedges for dinner.

You don’t have to be as stingy with your seasonings as you might want to be with a steak.

Throw on what you like and you’ll have a perfect pork chop in under half an hour.

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16. CLASSIC FRENCH TOAST

Making breakfast on the griddle is one of the easiest to do.

If you want something a little sweeter than a pancake, french toast is just as easy to make.

Soak your Texas Toast in an egg batter like you normally would and then start stacking your french toast on the griddle.

It’s easy to make and everyone will love the sweet flavors. Throw on some maple syrup and powdered sugar to really put it over the top.

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17. Flatbread Pizza

Pizza is one of those dishes you can put anything on top of and it will still taste good.

Olives, pepperoni, sausage, peppers, pineapples, artichoke hearts can all taste good on a pizza.

With a flat top you can easily make your own flatbread pizza. You can even make your own dough and create the exact size of pizza you want.

Which Type of Griddle Should You Buy?

Blackstones are by far the most popular griddles around. They come in a couple of different kinds of styles.

You can get one that is a tabletop or you could get an outdoor gas griddle. They are both flat tops so they will work all the same, it just depends on what you want.

Which is Healthier: Griddle or Grill?

Either can be equally healthy depending on the type of food you are making.

Overall, the griddle doesn’t need as much oil or grease to start cooking without the food sticking to the flat top.

The grill will also add a more smoky flavor to your food because it will get a lot more smoke from coal or wood.

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