Chicken Pot Pie French Bread Pizza

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Inspired by a pie event, this Chicken Pot Pie French Bread Pizza is a mash up two comfort foods.  It’s super quick and easy to make for any night of the week.

Inspired by a pie event, this Chicken Pot Pie French Bread Pizza is a mash up two comfort foods. It's super quick and easy to make for any night of the week. #SundaySupper

It’s NATIONAL PIZZA MONTH!!  Can I just say I knew I would be exited to take part in this event?  Not only that, but I knew EXACTLY what I was going to make for this event.  I think I had this in the works around the time of the pie event?  I think?  Don’t quote me on that one.  It’s been a while.  But, it was just one of those recipes I knew the hubs would give me the stink eye for.

And he did.  So, yeah.

I, on the other hand, was completely excited to see how this idea would manifest into diner. But I’ll get to that a little later.

Inspired by a pie event, this Chicken Pot Pie French Bread Pizza is a mash up two comfort foods. It's super quick and easy to make for any night of the week. #SundaySupper

NATIONAL PIZZA MONTH!

I could eat pizza every week.  EVERY week.  Kid you not.  I love the crust, the cheese, the PEPPERONI! the mushrooms and onions, and then there’s the CHEESE!  Oh, wait, I said that already.  Oops.

When I was a wee little hoor growing up I was a picky eater.  Consequently, I would ONLY eat pepperoni pizza.  Pepperoni and cheese.  That’s it.  In contract, rest of the fam were not picky and would have sausage and mushroom.  I did NOT like mushrooms growing up and wouldn’t even touch their pizza.  I’m still not a HUGE fan of fresh button mushrooms.  My favorite pizzas with mushrooms on them have canned mushrooms.  There’s something about the canned flavor and texture I like better on pizza than fresh.  Sacrilege.  I know.

You see?  I lost my train of thought again.

Anyway, one day Dominos messed our pizzas up and put mushrooms on my pepperoni pizza.  HOW DARE THEY!?!?!?!?  Put those VILE things on my…wait.  This is kind of good.  I don’t mind this combination.  Yes.  Yes we can have this again.  And thus, was born my, hands down, favorite pizza.  Straight up pepperoni with mushrooms, preferably canned.

Inspired by a pie event, this Chicken Pot Pie French Bread Pizza is a mash up two comfort foods. It's super quick and easy to make for any night of the week. #SundaySupper

Lately, though, I’ve been digging our local Paisano’s combination pizza.  They have canned mushrooms along with sausage, pepperoni, peppers, onions, and good crust.  Why yes I AM a crust eater and am known to eat just the crust off a slice from time to time.  Though I haven’t done that lately since our standard order comes with free garlic knots.  Garlic knots are just glorified pizza dough.

I haven’t quite mastered the at home pizza dough.

Because of this, I make French bread pizzas.  French bread pizzas are simple and quick.  You can top them with almost anything and have a delicious dinner on the table in about 30 or so.  Depending on how much chopping you have dinner can be on the table in under 40.

Inspired by a pie event, this Chicken Pot Pie French Bread Pizza is a mash up two comfort foods. It's super quick and easy to make for any night of the week. #SundaySupper

I’ve made some amazing French bread pizzas for dinner.  I could eat a whole Cubano French bread pizza.  Likewise, with the barbecue chicken one I made, too.  Those were SO good!!  The hubs, however, loved the Hawaiian pizza I made.  While that one was good, I just can’t get behind the sweet and savory.  Not to mention how delicious my filet French bread pizza is.

I know, you’re saying, “Christie, those sound somewhat normal.  This Chicken Pot Pie French Bread Pizza is undoubtedly NOT normal.  How in the world did you come up with such a weird pizza?”  Well, to begin with, this started around the time a pie event was announced.  I missed that one, but it did get me thinking about pies.

Inspired by a pie event, this Chicken Pot Pie French Bread Pizza is a mash up two comfort foods. It's super quick and easy to make for any night of the week. #SundaySupper

Next I thought about pot pie, which I LOVE and could also eat all the time, but haven’t had one in probably a decade.  Someone in the Facebook group asked about pizza pies and then it smacked me in the face like a gnat on a summer day.  Chicken Pot Pie Pizza!!  However, as previously mentioned, I haven’t quite mastered the pizza dough at home.  As much as I love a great dough, I just haven’t quite found a recipe that I love.  At least not the type of dough I’m craving in a pizza.  So, I opted for the French bread as the base for this delicious pizza.

And it’s a pretty darned good option.

It’s a pretty darned good pizza, if I do say so myself.  Of course, I did say that the hubs gave me the stink eye.  I’m not sure he was as enthusiastic about eating it as I was.  But, he didn’t complain about it or say it was horrible.  I can just imagine him suffering through the chicken, the veggies, the cheese, and the bread.  It was a struggle, but he managed.

#struggleisreal

Inspired by a pie event, this Chicken Pot Pie French Bread Pizza is a mash up two comfort foods. It's super quick and easy to make for any night of the week. #SundaySupper

I made this one with some convenience foods.  I purchased some roasted chicken from the deli section.  If you have left over rotisserie chicken other chicken, you can use that.  If you have canned veggies or fresh instead of frozen, you can certainly use that. Unfortunately, I’m hard pressed to find a sub for the soup.  Some béchamel?  A thickened chicken gravy?  All in all, I just give the ideas.  You run with it and make it your own.  Honestly.  My recipes are a blue print.  You be the designer and decorate it how you see fit.

Yes.  I have been watching a lot of HGTV lately, why do you ask??

I want to thank Colleen from The Red Headed Baker for hosting this event and Cricket from Crickets Confections for managing the event.  It can be difficult to host these events.  Sort of like herding cats sometimes.  So, make sure to show them some blog love and comment on their posts.  Now, you need to check out the remaining recipes from the #SundaySupper group this week.  There are some AMAZING pizzas everyone is sharing today.

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Inspired by a pie event, this Chicken Pot Pie French Bread Pizza is a mash up two comfort foods. It's super quick and easy to make for any night of the week.

Chicken Pot Pie French Bread Pizza

Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes

Inspired by a pie event, this Chicken Pot Pie French Bread Pizza is a mash up two comfort foods. It's super quick and easy to make for any night of the week.

Ingredients

  • 1 loaf French bread, sliced in half lengthwise
  • 5 ounces condensed cream of chicken soup
  • 1/4 cup half and half
  • 1 teaspoon poultry seasoning
  • 1 cup mozzarella cheese
  • 1 cup sharp cheddar cheese
  • 1 cup frozen green peas, thawed
  • 1/2 cup frozen, diced carrot, thawed
  • 1/2 cup frozen corn, thawed
  • 1/2 cup thinly sliced red onion
  • 8 ounces chopped, cooked chicken breast
  • 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 425.
  2. Combine the soup with the cream. Put the vegetables in a mixing and stir to combine. Place the mozzarella and cheddar cheeses in a mixing bowl.
  3. Spread half of the soup mixture on each French bread half. Sprinkle with the poultry seasoning.
  4. Top each French bread half with 1/2 of the cheese mixture, a thin layer of vegetables, half of the chicken, more vegetables, and the rest of the cheese mixture.
  5. Sprinkle the Parmesan cheese over each half before baking at 425 for 15 to 20 minutes or until the edges of bread are lightly browned and the cheese has melted. Allow to cool slightly before slicing and serving.

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