Pizza night is every Friday night in our home. We use to order in, but I decided it was cheaper to make them myself and so much fun. The kids get in the kitchen to help, and we always do fun variations. You should check out our taco pizza which is absolutely delicious! Last weekend was my turn to choose which kind we wanted besides the pepperoni which is what I make for the kids. I chose chicken wing pizza. I’ve had them many times out, but decided to give my take on it. Can you say yum! When I cook recipes I get this picture in my head. Well with chicken wings, of course they have the delish spicy sauce, and you dip them in blue cheese, the chunky people not creamy! You can make this spicier by adding more hot sauce and Cholua is highly recommended, it is the best hot sauce there is. I made this with the full 1/2 cup hot sauce and it was pretty spicy so if you are not looking for a lot of heat, use less. I hope you give this recipe a try. It gives you all of the benefits of pizza and chicken wings all in one!
1 12″ pizza crust like Boboli or use your favorite homemade pizza dough recipe
2 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
3 boneless skinless chicken breasts-cubed
2 teaspoon McCormick Montreal Chicken Seasoning
2 tablespoon unsalted butter
1/4 cup-1/2 cup Cholua hot sauce
1 tablespoon honey
2 celery stalks-chopped small
3/4 cups crumbled blue cheese
1 cup mozzarella-shredded
Heat oven to 450°F. Heat olive oil in a large skillet on medium heat. Season the chicken with the Montreal chicken seasoning. Add chicken to the skillet and cook until no longer pink. Reduce heat to low and add butter-stir until melted. Add hot sauce, celery and honey. Stir to combine and heated through; a few minutes. Brush pizza crust with olive oil and add chicken mixture to the top of the crust. Top with blue cheese crumbles and mozzarella. Bake about 12 minutes or until crust turns golden brown. Dip in chunky blue cheese dressing. Enjoy!
Nichol is a mom of two, and blogs over at KiddiesCorner Deals, where she posts about online kids deals, recipes, reviews and giveaways. She knows kids are expensive, but shopping for them doesn’t have to be! She is thrilled to be guest posting on Alison’s blog.