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“White” Pizza

August 17th, 2009

First, let’s just agree that while this is a chicken pizza I’m not pretending it is good for you. Second, this isn’t white pizza in the traditional sense – nary a drop of olive oil to be found. All righty then? Let’s begin.

Michelle’s White Pizza

dsc005521 Boboli pizza crust (or other favorite)

1 container herbed cream cheese – I like Aloutte Light or if I am feeling flush I love Boursin Light

1/2 – 3/4 lb ground chicken or diced chicken breast

12 oz mushrooms

Couple of tablespoons Robusto Italian dressing or Zesty Italian (I used to use an amazing spicy chicken/steak basting sauce that is no longer made- so think a little spicy and italian dressing consistency)

2 Cups grated Mozzarella cheese or Italian blend

I told you it wasn’t health food.

First, spread a layer of the herbed cream cheese on your crust. Make it thin-ish. I don’t use the whole container as you can see in the photo. (Oh and FYI – Mike’s Light Hard Cranberry Lemonade? YUM! I rarely drink at home but finished 2 while making this pizza.)


Brown the ground chicken or chicken breast. Throw in the mushrooms when the chicken is almost finished. Add a couple of tablespoons of your italian dressing and cook until mushrooms as done. I also added a couple of shakes of cayenne pepper and a good bit of black pepper because we like the spice. Top your cream cheese covered crust with this mixture. Get some of the italian dressing on there too but don’t get so much that it is running off the sides. (Onions and peppers would probably be good too if you like that kind of thing.)


Top with your favorite pizza cheese.


Bake according to pizza crust directions. I believe this was 450 degrees for 10 min.




Don’t know what to do with the left over herbed cream cheese? It is great on crackers. It is fabulous stirred into macaroni and cheese (some day I will make home made mac & cheese and share that sinful recipe – I only make it once every couple of years because my heart skips a couple of beats just while making it). I also enjoyed a little on a low carb tortilla with 2 scrambled eggs the next morning.



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11 Responses to ““White” Pizza”

  1. mama k Says:

    Light Hard Cranberry Lemonade… that is the bomb! The pizza looks good too. 🙂
    I miss drinking. LOL

  2. Tonya Says:

    oh my lord.

  3. rachel-asouthernfairytale Says:

    Well I’ll be.. that actually looks and sounds good.
    I”m kind of a traditionalist when it comes to pizzas.. but, Michelle… I might have to try this!

  4. Yeah So Says:

    Yum! I would have never thought to mix those ingredients for sure. (And try the Mike’s hard Pomegranate -its my fav)

  5. Hadyn Says:

    um … yum … on all counts …

  6. Marcia Says:

    Sounds delish! How on Gods good earth do you find time to concoct new recipes, keep those adorable girls smiling, stay happily married and find time to blog AND cook?
    Impressive, indeed!

  7. amy2boys Says:

    This looks awesome – I would love this! And Mike’s Hard Lemonades – yum.

  8. Rhonda Says:

    That looks incredible. How do you find time to cook all that girl! I am so beyond impressed.

  9. Michelle Says:

    I only have to cook and take photos of 1 decent meal a week so that you guys continue to think I’m awesome LOL

  10. Karly Says:

    Oh my. This looks awesome. I’ve never tried making a white pizza before. I’m putting it on my to-do list!

  11. Steph Says:

    I’m so making that! All your recipes are so good!

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