Enjoy the final days of summer with this cheesy, juicy blackberry chicken pizza. Get the recipe now.
For those of you who have been following along since the beginning, this recipe probably seems familiar.
One of my first recipes was this White Pizza with Chicken and Blackberry Balsamic Glaze. While it’s remained a favorite in our household, the pictures make me cringe every time I send the link to a friend or family member.
So initially the plan was just to update the pictures and call it good, but then I realize over the years I’ve been slowly tweaking the recipe to make it work better as a baked rather than grilled pizza.
Don’t worry, if you love the original the post is still up so no need to re-pin or bookmark.
For those of you who are new to the blackberry + chicken + pizza combo, I ask that you trust me on this one.
The sweet and savory combo is perfect for a lighter meal when the pizza cravings hit.
It also might seem like a lot of steps, but it comes together quickly and is hard to mess up.
You’ll likely also have leftover blackberry glaze and chicken, which taste delicious in a fancy grilled cheese or as a simple, low-carb lunch.
For the crust, depending on how much time you have you can either make your own or buy some fresh dough at the store.
If you’re going with the store-bought option, my go-to is always Trader Joe’s – their whole wheat dough would be perfect (although their herbed garlic dough would be so delicious with this too!).
I’ve also recently been buying Whole Food’s dough as it’s closer than Trader Joe’s and have been pleasantly surprised.
While I’ve been playing around with pizza dough for a few years now, I’m still working on perfecting my ideal crust. And to do so, I’ve been using Ratio (not sponsored).
For any of you home cooks that are fairly comfortable in the kitchen, but are looking to improve your baking techniques, pick up Ratio right now!
Not only does it go through the science behind the ratios for various doughs and batters, but it also supplies base recipes, which once you perfect, you can get creative and experiment with flavor additions or using different flours and fats.
However, the steps will be a bit different:
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This combination sounds incredible!
Thanks Rebecca! Hope you give it a try 🙂
This combo looks amazing Kelli! Can’t wait to try it!
Thanks Chelsey! Let me know what you think when you try it 🙂