Chicken Barbeque Pizza

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This is a fun and yummy recipe that requires very little effort.  I make the dough in my bread maker, but you could just as easily buy a pizza crust from the store.  The pie recipe came from me just figuring it out.  The dough recipe comes from the manual for my Bread Box Bread Maker.  It’ll make 2 thick pizza crusts (I usually do one chicken barbeque and one pepperoni).

Pizza crust dough:

  • 1 1/2 cups + 3 Tbs  warm water
  • 2 Tbs oil
  • 2 Tbs sugar
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 2 Tbs dry milk
  • 4 1/2 cups flour
  •  2 tsp active dry yeast

– Put all ingredients into the bread maker and select the dough program for 2 lb.

– When dough is finished in bread maker, place dough on lightly floured surface.  Divide in half and press each half onto a pizza pan (or pizza stone if you have one), raising edges slightly.

Pizza Recipe (makes one pie):

  • About a cup of cooked Chicken (I usually use leftovers after cooking a whole chicken, or you can use canned chicken, or whatever)
  • About 1/2 cup of Marinara sauce
  • About 1/4 cup of Barbeque sauce
  • Shredded mozzarella cheese

– Combine marinara sauce with barbeque sauce (I usually just do this by sight and taste.  The barbeque sauce can easily overpower the marinara sauce, so just add the barbeque a little at a time until it tastes good to you.  If you add too much, just add more marinara.)

– Spread sauce over the dough and top with as much mozzarella as you like (I like mine cheesy!)

– Coat chicken with a Tbs or two of barbeque sauce and spread over cheese.

– Cook the pie at 425* for 15-20 mins and voila! Yummy Chicken Barbeque Pizza.

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2 Responses to “Chicken Barbeque Pizza”

  1. katie bell Says:

    This sounds delicious and pretty simple, a combination I am always looking for! I am going to try making it next week! Thanks.

  2. Lacey Adkins Says:

    I made this tonight, Emily, and it was super-yummy! Jason kept going on about how it was better than ordering pizza. I used store-bought frozen pizza dough, and it worked great, too! Thanks for sharing!

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