Recipe: BBQ Buffalo Chicken Pizza

I try and keep some quick to fix items on hand for those weeknights when I just don't feel like big meal planning - pizza crust is one of those items! I also had recently picked up some Tyson Grilled & Ready Frozen Chicken Strips and wanted to try those too! So - BBQ Buffalo Chicken Pizza it was! 

I decided to make a homemade mix of sauces and used buffalo sauce, bbq sauce and my favorite datil pepper sauce from Firehouse Subs! I mixed them in a bowl until I liked the flavor and the kick.

I heated up the Tyson frozen chicken strips for a few minutes to thaw them out. I was using the Southwestern strips. They make things like this super quick & easy.

On my pizza crust - I brushed the crust with olive oil first and then spread the chicken strips across the pizza crust. I also sauteed a little spinach to get some vegetables in there. I topped that with my sauce mixture and topped it with CoJack cheese. Then in the oven for about 10-15 min (refer to your package directions - you may need to pre-bake the crust for a few minutes).

Voila! Fluffy and crunchy crust with a great bbq buffalo pizza in just 15 minutes! This is one of those things you don't even need a recipe for - just mix it up and use whatever is in your fridge or whatever you like. Branch out from the traditional pepperoni & red sauce - I made a shrimp/pesto pizza that Larry still raves about!

All in all - it was a good, quick pizza. The chicken was a little dry - but good to use in a pinch. I would add more veggies next time - but I didn't have any. :-(

BBQ Buffalo Pizza


1 can pizza dough
olive oil
pre-cooked chicken strips
2 cups spinach
bbq & buffalo wing sauces
shredded cheese


Lay out your pizza crust and pre-bake according to package directions. Saute the spinach and chicken for a few minutes to wilt the spinach. Once pre-baked, remove crust from the oven and basted with olive oil. Spread out chicken and vegetables. Spread sauce on top of chicken and then top with cheese. Finish baking according to package directions.

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