Friday, July 19, 2013

Chicken Alfredo French Bread Pizza

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We love pizza at our house but it seems like we all like different kinds of pizza.  Some of my kids love cheese, others like cheese, pepperoni and olives and some like sausage.  It gets hard to please everyone when we buy pizza.  And then there is my husband and me, he likes supreme and I prefer chicken and not tomato based sauce.  Our solution: french bread pizza, so everyone can make their own with the toppings they like. 
Chicken Alfredo French Bread Pizza
For the chicken alreado pizza, you will need:
French Bread
Tyson grilled chicken chunks
Alfredo sauce
Mozzarella cheese
Any other toppings you like on pizza
Chicken Alfredo French Bread Pizza (1)
I mixed the pesto and Alfredo sauce and then spread it on the french bread.  Then I added my toppings and covered it with cheese.
Chicken Alfredo French Bread Pizza (2)
Bake it in the oven at 350 degrees for 17-20 minutes, or until the cheese is all melted.
Chicken Alfredo French Bread Pizza (4)
It was super yummy and the kids loved it.  I was able to do one side of the french bread for them and had half cheese and half with cheese and olives, it was perfect.  I decide to use the Tyson grilled chicken in chunks and it was so fast and easy.  It was so much better than having to thaw out the chicken, then cook it and then have to cut it into chunks. I just had to take it out of the freezer and put it on the french bread and it only took 1 minutes instead of 20 minutes.  I love quick and easy!  For my whole shopping experience, go here.
Right now Tyson has a program called Project A+, you go to the website, register your school and then when you buy Tyson products, you can cut out part of the package  and give it to your school and they will get $.24 for each one, #Clip4School!  How awesome is that?!  You have to buy the specially marked bags.  There is a little black square on the top or bottom of the package with a little A+ in it.  I registered my kids' school, it was super easy.  Only took about 5 minutes and that's because I had to look up all the info for my school.   Once it’s registered, you can enter the phone number and then you can check the progress and see how much it has, pretty cool.
Tyson Project A
Not only does Tyson have amazing and yummy products, but they are no giving back to our schools, it is so great!  I think that this is a great program and so excited that I can help out with my kids' school and help raise money to get more things.  Even if it's for paper or pencils, it's great to help out.  If your school isn't already registered, make sure you do so and tell people about it so you can start helping your children's school out too. 

I would love it if you followed along.


Summer Rumsey said...

This looks delicious - I like the idea of everyone making their own Pizza!

Christy Gossett said...

I often make individual pizzas for the same reason but I've never thought about using french bread to speed it up. Great idea and I love that you can give to local schools just buy products you already love. Sweet!

Adelina Priddis said...

That looks amazing!!! I need to try pizza on french bread next time.

Jenne said...

Love to put ingredients on french bread for simple Friday night dinners. This looks amazing! I did the campaign too and made buffalo chicken sliders.