This recipe combines two of my favorites: Chicken Alfredo, and pizza! My husband even likes this, and he isn't fond of chicken!
I make the same thing, but I cheat. I buy a pre-made crust, pre-made alfredo sauce, cooked refridgerated chicken, and I even put some pre-cooked bacon on it too (just make sure you are not using the "flavored" bacon) mine is ready in about 15 minutes, the kids will not eat regular pizza anymore, just this. - 18 Nov 2005 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I've made this pizza several times - with company. It is always a pleasant surprise because each time, I top it with whatever fresh veggies I have on hand. The only consistent issue I have is that the sauce needs nearly twice as much liquid to make it "spreadable", which is fine, and the crust does not taste "cooked" in 20 minutes. I made this again yesterday and I find that when the crust is "lightly browned" it's not enough cooking for the crust beneath the toppings. When I reheated the leftovers for 20 more minutes @350, the crust became the perfect texture. I love this recipe though, so make it your own. - 22 May 2004 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I was searching for something quick and different to fix with chicken breasts and came across this recipe. I was under a big time constraint, so I took some shortcuts by using a prepared alfredo sauce (already in my cabinet), and then I grilled the chicken breasts using the George Foreman grill to expedite things. Even though you don't let the dough rise in this recipe, it still made a nice crust. The combination of the rosemary and thyme seasonings (along with the green onions and mushrooms I added) gave this pizza a "gourmet feel," and it really impressed my family, who came home & thought that I had bought it from Papa Murphy's! Thanks for a great recipe! - 19 May 2002 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)