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To finish the sweet potato crust pizza: While pizza dough is baking: shred 1 cup of pre-cooked rotisserie chicken, chop 1 cup spinach, and sauté one thinly Remove pizza dough from oven and spread 1/2 cup barbecue sauce and 1/2 cup tomato sauce on top. Cover pizza with shredded rotisserie chicke. Instructions Prepare the pizza crust.

Top with sauce, chicken, red onion, and mozzarella cheese, in that order. Bake at 400 degrees for 10 minutes, or until Finish with cilantro. Cut and serve!BBQ Chicken Pizza With Sweet Potato Crust Sweet Potato Crust BBQ Chicken Pizzas.

Ingredients. Directions. Preheat oven to 400°F (200°C). Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside. Place the sweet Serves: 4 | Serving Size: 1/4 of a pizza.

Nutrition (per serving):. BBQ Chicken with Sweet Potato Crust. INGREDIENTS: Crust: Sweet Potato, Corn Starch, Water, Brown Rice Flour, White Rice Flour, Sunflower Oil, Tapioca Starch, Yeast, Sugar, Olive Oil, Xanthan Gum, Egg Yolk Powder, Salt, Baking Powder (Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Corn Starch, Monocalcium Phosphate), Red Wine Vinegar. Sweet Potato Crust Barbecue Chicken Pizza is a gluten free sweet potato crust topped with everything you love about a summer barbecue. The sweet potato really compliments the spice in the barbecue sauce.

Our Sweet Potato Crust Barbecue Style Chicken Pizza is topped with delicious mozzarella and smoked Gouda cheese, sweet barbecue sauce, and white-meat chicken. And, you can feel good about what you’re eating because it’s gluten free and grain-free. Go for it—grab a slice!

Pre-bake the sweet potato pizza crusts per this recipe (or you can start with whatever kind of crust you want to use!) Preheat oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. Spread 1/4 cup or more of your favorite BBQ sauce over each crust. Sprinkle with mozzarella cheese and smoked cheddar cheese. For the Pizza Toppings: 1⁄3 1⁄2 cup + 1 Tbsp bbq sauce, divided 1 large chicken breast, cooked and shredded 1⁄2 -3⁄4 cup low moisture shredded mozzarella cheese (use dairy free if needed) 1⁄4 red bell pepper, thinly sliced 1⁄4 large red onion, thinly sliced Fresh cilantro, chopped.

Ingredients 1 medium sweet potato, peeled 2/3 cup rolled oats 1 egg 1/2 teaspoon salt a pinch of garlic powder 1 tablespoon olive oil. This vegan, gluten-free sweet potato pizza crust is as nourishing as it is flavorful. Steamed sweet potatoes are mixed with oat flour, a bit of almond meal, a chia egg, olive oil, apple cider vinegar, and a zesty array of spices.

Then, the mixture is plopped on a pizza pan, spread into a circle, and nudged into a toasty oven.

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Don’t bother making a rim around the edge of the crust unless you like it for aesthetics.

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The best recipe should result in a satisfying balance of crisp crust with plenty of chew and a healthy proportion of rich and flavorful filling.

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Spread the sauce over the pizza crust, top with the broccoli and mushrooms, top with a little more sauce if you like, and bake as directed above.

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Start with a whole—wheat crust (you can get them at nearly any grocery store) and spread tomato sauce (or a white sauce or pesto, if you want to get really creative) over the crust with the back of a spoon.

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Repeat with remaining crust, ½ cup tomato sauce, and remaining cheese.

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Crust: Preheat oven to 350°F. Blend all ingredients in bowl until crumbs stick together.

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That is, lots of crust to a little filling.

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This simple crust recipe is easily adapted for savory or sweet recipes.

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Put in a 400-degree oven until the crust starts to brown; reduce heat to 350 degrees and bake another half hour.

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  • Silly Internet pickiness about words aside: I like the recipe! Thank you very much. This is what I’m looking for. Also, from the look of it -with exception of the herbs, this almost looks like it could be the base for some sort of sweet potato cake as well? Hmmm… Cheers!

  • What was that you said about yams and sweet potatoes? Yams orange, sweet potato white? No-no-no. It’s the opposite!:)

    Sweet potatoes can vary from yellowy to deep orange, but what you probably call yams the big and tapered vegetables with smooth, pale skin and sweet, orange flesh are actually ordinary sweet potatoes, grown in the good ol’ US of A. True yams are white fleshed, with a dark, rough and textured skin, and they aren’t really that sweet. These are mostly grown in Africa and the Caribbean.

    For this reason, the normally sweet and orange “yams” are actually required by the USDA to be additionally marketed as a sweet potato, because of this confusion with names. Most people will never find real yams in their local stores. So please do continue to call them sweet potatoes!:)

  • how come a neutral wire dont shock you but carries electrical current and return to the transformer with no voltage,shouldnt the voltage push the current,so how can the current move without a push to its source

  • I am so glad to see Jenny again.. I miss her show she was always so nice on tv.. I’m happy that she hasnt changed since her show went off the air.

  • Full view and like #16 from Bits of Real Panther!
    Wow, it’s funny but I just saw this at the store and almost bought it. I guess we’ll see what you have to say about it!
    “And stuff happened.” Welcome to my life, Shad!
    Flavor adventure….. hmmmm.
    Haha, your commentary always makes me giggle!
    Can’t go wrong with barbecue pizza.
    Wow, $8 or $9?! I should have bought a few, as they had them on sale for like $5.
    Raspberry lemonade bundt cake? Things are getting crazy over there!
    Thank you for sharing, and I hope you’ve had a great week!

  • I would have never imagined a sweet potato crust. We now have meat that’s really plants and plants that imitate other plants. I don’t know what I’m eating anymore.

  • see when i say God did something absolutely great in the world by making this pizza, Jesus basically came back down from heaven and touched the earth with this great idea, cause man this pizza hits real different especially from pizza hut and domino’s

  • Yum!! Have you tried A Heggies Pizza? I know we can get them in Green Bay. They are made in Minnesota. HIGHLY recommend you try.

  • Quick Jenny, I am finishing all your videos. I think, even if you put the ingredients in the description box, I will still see the entire video.

  • Omg…Jenny is one multi talented lady! Shes not just a great cook with great recipes…look at her website…and it is full of great recipes.I didnt see one I didnt love:-)

  • LOL, LOL, I LOVE YOUR APRON ALSO, WHERE DO YOU BUY YOUR APRON, I GUESS I LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT YOU I HAVE WATCHED YOU FOR YEARS THANK YOU..

  • I made the BBQ chicken pizza today and it was FABULOUS!!! the dough was great like a real Italian pizza and the BBQ chicken on it was amazing! I never thought of chicken as a pizza Topping but since I had some rosterrie left I thought I give it a try! I had no pizza stone but it was still delightful!!

  • Jenny, I make this same pizza but with a bunch of finely chopped fresh cilantro put on top of the sauce before the other toppings…. HEAVENLY!!!!

  • hello sweetie i know this is not of your newest recipes…would it be a problem for going to the recipe?:) <3 + for use in the fruit bank real froot bank plus even ith delivery route to churches

  • Man and I was all ready for my BBQ chicken pizza sitting in the fridge for lunch tomorrow and I gotta see this lol… Mmmmm the flavor of mystery

  • Using gloves to put the chicken on??? You;re making pizza but look like you’re operating on someone. I like to get ‘all in’ when I cook, feel the ingredients…Beautiful kitchen BTW. The oven on for an hour??? All that plastic you use and energy thank goodness we don’t all cook pizzas like you 😉

  • I Like You. your adorable. i typed bbq pizza and everyone was giving huge quest pizzas, but you were easy and simple straight to the point. thank you it was good

  • jenny… u r darlig..i love ur kitchen.. love ur skin… the way u cook and everything… and ya.. i always spank my dough… exactly dont know why.. but i love… its like a small baby bum or whatever…

  • I forgot the oven in this apt I rent has a tiny oven, and bought a 16 inch pizza pan. The pan barely fits by getting it hot so it warps a bit. I finally found the right dough recipe to make two pizzas for thick crust. Thin crust leaves me way too hungry and I can’t afford to eat two pizzas in one day. Making pizza tomorrow, and needed another recipe for the second pizza. I will probably make the second one Monday or Tuesday as I have to go buy some barbecue sauce and red onion. I always forget the red onions taste better in pizza. I might have to add some pineapples to half the pizza. Chicken is my favorite meat for pizza, so I have no idea why I have never made a bbq chicken pizza. I must say, your videos are torture I have problems remembering each step, so I watch your videos as they are the clearest, but you make me very very hungry. We seem to like many of the same foods and ingredients, except I’m not afraid to use whole milk and butter quite often. Thanks for sharing, and I wish I were the one that could be there and swipe a piece of your pizza. You make me laugh. And I’m now spanking my dough and laughing each time.

  • Thank you for this.. I always have issues with the dough sticking to both the peel and the stone.. You just saved me a whole lot of headaches. I may start making pizza again.