Thursday, February 21, 2008

Chicken Pizza

Have you ever seen the movie "Ratatouille"?It is an animated movie about this mouse that wants to be a cook. He is constantly tasting things and is able to tell what spices or other ingredients were used. He reminds me soooooo much of my husband that I had to buy the movie for him. He laughed the entire time he watched it because he agrees: they made this movie in honor of him.

I love to eat, but believe me I could care less about what is in a dish. I don't know why I am that way. I guess it's because I don't really enjoy cooking. I love to bake, but that's about as far as it goes. Don't get me wrong, I do cook dinner for my family, but there's nothing spectacular to share a recipe with someone. My family likes what I cook, but no one else has ever raved on and on about my cooking like they do my husband.


A few weeks ago it was my youngest grandson's first birthday. We decided it would be easier (and cheaper) to eat at home instead of going out to eat. Besides that, they all love my husband's chicken pizza. Here's Gatlin digging into his birthday cake!


He enjoyed it so much my daughter had to wash him off afterwards! He's so adorable.



And now for the Chicken Pizza. It's so easy even I can do it. We had this when we went to a pizza place in St. Mary's, PA. It didn't take much to figure out how to make it, but it is so easy and so good I thought I would share it with you guys.

Here's what you'll need:

1 Pillsbury Pizza Dough
Cooked Chicken, with garlic, salt, and pepper
Ranch Dressing
Crumbled Bacon
Mozzerella Cheese
Green Onions (optional)
Non-stick Cooking Spray

Heat oven to 350 degrees.
Spread pizza dough out on your pan which has been sprayed with the non-stick cooking spray.
Spread the Ranch Dressing over the top of the dough.
Sprinkle the chicken all over the top of the Ranch Dressing.
Sprinkle the bacon all over the top of the chicken.
Sprinkle the Mozzerella Cheese on top of the bacon.
Bake at 350 degrees until the crust is done and the cheese is melted.

It's a different "take" on pizza with there being no tomato sauce, but we like it. It's easy to put together especially when you've been busy all day quilting!

Take care!

Amanda

7 comments:

  1. Your grandson is the cutest little baby ever!!!

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  2. Mmmm - I think pizzas that don't marinara are the best. Your grandson is just darling *s*

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  3. His curly-Q hair is pretty cute! Thanks for the pizza recipe too! We had homemade cheeze/tomato pizza tonight and it was great! Hope you have a great weekend.

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  4. What an adorable grandson you have. And the pizza sounds yummy.

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  5. You are so lucky! Such a cute grandson and a husband who can cook! My husband is one of those incredible cooks too. He does all the cooking and grocery shopping. I am soooo spoiled!

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