12 Fun Supplies for Homemade Pizzas

Summer is the perfect time to host a pizza night. These tools will make the process a lot easier—and more entertaining.


Pizza Slice Plates

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Why not go all out with the pizza theme? Serve up slices on these funny and kitschy melamine plates.

To buy: $20 for 6, amazon.com


Pizza Cutter and Server

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Double up on your pizza utility. Use this tool to cut a freshly made pie and then flip it to pick up and plate the slices.

To buy: $20, uncommongoods.com


Emile Henry Flame Top Pizza Stone

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A pizza stone works better than a baking sheet because the heat is evenly distributed across the surface, making your pie extra crispy—like you got it from your favorite pizzeria. This one comes in different colors, like green and purple, so you can customize based on your kitchen decor.

To buy: $50, amazon.com


Pizzacraft Silicone Dough Rolling Mat

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You’ll never need to eyeball it again when rolling out dough to your preferred size. This mat has measurements for four different pizza sizes (and also includes a recipe for dough). One 16-inch cheese pizza with all the toppings, coming right up.

To buy: $30, bedbathandbeyond.com


Wood Pizza Paddle

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This classic wooden paddle will come in handy to easily slide pizzas in and out of the oven. You can even use it as a serving platter when you’re ready to dish out slices.

To buy: $15, worldmarket.com


Bicycle Cutter

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This kitchen tool makes cutting slices a breeze, while the charming design will have everyone fighting over who gets the honor of divvying up the pie. The bicycle-shaped pizza cutter has two slicing “wheels” and fun little details like a seat and handlebars.

To buy: $30, papersource.com


Pizza Mitt

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Don’t let a burn put a damper on your pizza fun. This grilling glove provides plenty of protection, but with a soft lining inside that’s flexible and dotted in silicone, it's also easy to grip the pizza pan or stone. It doesn’t matter if you’re right- or left-handed: It’s reversible.

To buy: $20, homedepot.com


Silicone Pizza Dough Rolling Pin

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This bright green rolling pin will add a pop of color to your kitchen. The silicone makes it non-stick, which means it’s super easy to use for pizza dough, as well as cookies, pies, and bread.

To buy: $11, amazon.com


Calphalon Nonstick Set of 4 Mini Personal Pizza Pans

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Have picky eaters at home? Let everyone personalize their own pizzas with these mini pans. The perforated bottom layer means you won’t have soggy pies.

To buy: $20, macys.com


Joseph Joseph Fold-Flat Grater Plus

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If you feel like going all out, grate your own cheese instead of buying the store-bought shredded kind. This foldable grater takes up practically zero space in your kitchen cabinets, and has four different blade styles so you can choose between coarse, fine, ribbon, and slicer.

To buy: $35, josephjoseph.com


Threshold Ceramic Mini Bowls

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Set up a pizza-making station by putting all your ingredients in small bowls or ramekins, like these uniquely patterned stoneware ones.

To buy: $20 for 6, target.com



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If you’re serious about your pizzas, you’ll want this conversion kit for your regular charcoal grill. Cooking your favorite pies just got even better.

To buy: $111, amazon.com