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Homemade Buffalo Chicken Pizza

Homemade Buffalo Chicken Pizza

We got on a little buffalo chicken kick last week.  And we're always on a pizza kick so luckily we were able to scrounge up a buffalo chicken pizza recipe and twisted it up a bit.  Go for it!


  1. Boboli pizza crust.  12" size.  We go for the whole wheat option.
  2. Grated cheese.  We snag the pizza blend.  Usually consists of four cheeses.  Mozzarella, Provolone, Parmesan and Romano.  
  3. Bottle of Ranch.  Choose your 'go-to' brand.
  4. Bottle of Frank's buffalo wing sauce.
  5. Couple minced cloves of garlic.
  6. Handful of fresh basil chopped up.
  7. Bottle of Blis Hot Pepper Sauce
  8. Olive Oil
  9. Two hearty chicken breasts
  10. Bleu cheese crumbles


Lay out the crust.  Drizzle a bit of olive oil over the whole surface area.  Then coat the sucker with some of the ranch and buffalo sauce.  On top of that sprinkle roughly half of the cheese.

Shit, almost forgot.  While you're dressing your za you should have been cooking your chicken in a frying pan.  Just cut the breasts up into small pieces and fry up with olive oil.  Get 'em a light brown.  Keep those breasts juicy.  Once the chick-chick is done space it evenly across your crust.  

Sprinkle that garlic and basil across your za.  Follow it up with a dose of your blue cheese crumbles.  Following that I usually do another thin coat of the ranch, buffalo sauce and cheese.

Once you've dressed Cinderella for the ball it's time to toss her in the oven!  Just follow the instructions on the Boboli package.  Usually something to the tune of 425 degrees for 10-12 minutes.

At the 10 minute mark take the za out quick and put a bit more of your cheese blend on top.  Put the za back in for a few minutes.

Once out cut 'er up and splash some of that Blis Blast sauce over the top.

Enjoy that magic.  It's a delight!

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