Make: BBQ Chicken Pizza With A Kick

I finally feel as though I have reached that so called "domestic" state. 
I only know this because I no longer freak the freak out if I don't follow a recipe to a science. 
I have always been that girl who has insisted that I get eye level with the 3/4 cup of water I just poured because WHAT IF it was actually 3/4 plus 1/16 of an inch more? Surely the recipe would be screwed for life. But these days? Psssssssh. Recipe schmesipe I say. Well technically I say "Frick. I don't have any cream cheese like the recipe calls for. How about 4 sticks of butter and 2 cups of milk to make up the difference?!"
Listen. Somebody has to take over for Paula Deen and it may as well be me. 

The recipe I am about to share with you is one of those easy ones that will make you look like you know what you are doing in the kitchen. I recommend you only make these types of recipe ever. You will notice I won't give any measurements to anything below, it's because I didn't measure. Sorry about your luck, but seriously--if I can do it, you can do it too. Have hope ye child of little kitchen confidence, greatness is soon to abound. 

Friends, allow me to present to you one of the better things to put in your mouth that will instantly spice things up in that life of yours....

it just seems like a good cooking song

Here is what you will need to purchase..

And here is what you will need to do....

1. Cook chicken breast. I used just one big one...that's what she said.
 Spice up the breast with some good ole chili and garlic powder

2. After getting the chicky poo cooked, spread that BBQ sauce all over your (store bought) crust..

3. Load your pizza up with chicken, veggies, cilantro, and seasonings.

4. Top with cheese. Lots and lots of cheese.

5. Bake at 350 for 10 minutes give or take, or throw on the grill until done!
And there you have it. A happy mouth. A happy husband. A happy everything. 
Cheers to spicing up your life, one bite at a time. 
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When did you start blogging and why?
I started blogging January 2011 because after writing in journals all my life and realizing how much I enjoyed reading OTHER people's blogs, I thought "Well, why the heck can't I do it too?" And so I did. And then I never looked back. Literally. I can't look at old posts I wrote. They make me cringe.

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  1. Your "recipe" posts are pretty much the best. Thank you.


  2. I love bbq chicken pizza. There is a local place that uses cheddar cheese AND mozzarella cheese (about 50/50) and also puts carmelized onions on top. so good.

  3. I really need to start cooking! Thanks for the idea! My husband would love this.

  4. I found you from Helene's blog, you are hilarious and I'm for sure following you now. We LOVE bbq pizza...my husband would probably divorce me if you made this for him. Therefore, I will make it for him so he has no excuses to leave me for a better cook.


  5. I make BBQ chicken all the time. It's amazing!!

  6. YUM! This sounds a lot like how I make the BBQ Pizza but I love the added jalapeño and peppers!! MUST try this. The cilantro is a must!

  7. I am with you, I stopped freaking out when I don't have the EXACT ingredients. There is always a substitute ALWAYS!

  8. I'm going to try a vegetarian version of this missy....

  9. I'm still at the "get eye level with the measuring cup to check the water level" stage, but I think I could get on board with the lack of measurements. This looks so good!

  10. Wow! That pizza looks DELICIOUS!! Can't wait to try :)


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