Here are the main ingredients I used:
|pizza crust mix, alfredo sauce, chichen breasts, spinach, pizza blend cheese|
I made two 12" pizzas for about $5 or $6 dollars total. (Sorry I don't have an exact cost, but just know they were cheap.)
Prep time was about 15 minutes, and cook time was about 20 minutes.
First, I cooked two chicken breasts in olive oil and seasoned themwith garlic, oregano, basil, parsley, rosemary and a little salt and pepper. I just sprinkled all these on 'til it looked good to me. So sprinkle to taste. I like to use lots of seasoning--I hate bland chicken--and it was the chicken that really made this pizza pop. (I like alliteration.)
Then I made the dough. I used Jiffy's pizza crust mix, so making the dough was like magic--just add water and ta-da! (You have to stir and let it sit for 5 minutes, too.) The toughest part of making this meal was spreading the dough out on the pizza pans. The box says to oil your fingers; I just used flour to keep my fingers from sticking to the dough. (I'm not good at following--or reading--instructions.)
Next, I spread on some alfredo sauce from out of the jar and added the toppings. I sprinkled on fresh spinach, the chicken from earlier, and a pizza blend of shredded cheese. You could also add slices of roma tomato, onion, and mushrooms. That would be nice, but I didn't think about this until my pizzas were already in the oven.
Here's the finished product: