This is a quick and healthy dinner, even our kids love it!
Prep time is only around 10 minutes or less.
This is one of my favorite pizzas. Its buttery & cheesy, every time I cook it I have to make 2 just for the family. I've made it for friends and everyone is always sad when it is all gone.... :(
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Step 1: The Dough....
First prepare your pizza dough! Be it, homemade, out of a box or pre-made, it does not matter.
Add a little olive oil on the pan and if you wish sprinkle on top corn meal.
Spread out your pizza dough onto the pan.
I like to at this sprinkle the top of the dough with garlic powder & Italian Seasoning.
Step 2: The Next Layer....
Add Alfredo Sauce (just quick and easy from the store, or homemade)
Brush on Garlic Butter on edges of pizza
Sprinkle edges with Parmesan & Romano Cheese!
Step 3: Time to Add Some Toppings!
Add in Order:
Fresh Diced Tomatos
Fresh Sliced Mushrooms
Then Layer on
Fresh baby spinach leaves
Super thin shaved red onion
fresh basil leaves
Season Salt & Pepper to taste
Grilled Chicken Chunks (I use the pre-cooked type you get at the grocery store in the salad making department)
Freshly shredded Fresh Soft Mozzarella
Step 4: The Final Step, It's Almost Time to Eat!
Now it's time to COOK!
If you are using an oven takes about 18 to 20 minutes at 350*F depending on how crispy you like you crust.
I personally have a Presto Pizzazz Pizza Oven, if you do have one of these put it on double (top and bottom) cook for 20 minutes.
Now it's time to EAT!
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