What food do most people enjoy?  Pizza!  Of course my daughter is not one of those people and I always have to bring her an alternate meal at every birthday party.  But that is besides the point 🙂  I love pizza!  I love a thin crust.  I also enjoy a thick crust.  I like plain cheese and I also like fancy toppings.  I like to make pizza at home and try new sauces and toppings. Sometimes I even try a variety of toppings on the same night.  As I talked about in my last post on Easy Slow Cooker Shredded Chicken there are so many ways to use the shredded chicken.  One of the ways is to use the chicken as a pizza topping.  For this recipe I used flatbreads instead of a traditional pizza crust.  A little healthier and less points if you are counting on Weight Watchers.

Final HT Chicken Flatbread Recipe

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.  Place two of the flatbreads on a baking sheet.  Drizzle and spread the olive oil on top of the flatbread.  Bake for 4 minutes to get the flatbread crispy.  While they are in the oven you can mix the chicken with 1 tablespoon of the honey teriyaki sauce.

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Remove the flatbreads from the oven and spread the remaining honey teriyaki on each flatbread leaving a 1/4 inch border around the edges.  Top evenly with the shredded chicken, sprinkle with the crumbled bacon and the cheese. Bake the flatbreads for 3-6 minutes or until the cheese is melted and the flatbreads are lightly browned.

Final HT Flatbread Pic

The great thing about this recipe is that you can modify it to fit your preferences.  You can add more or less bacon or cheese or honey teriyaki.  For this particular recipe I used FlatOut Thin Crust Flatbreads.  You can also use Pillsbury pizza crust, make your own or use a frozen pizza dough.

In my next post I will talk about freezer meals and how they are easy to make and wonderful to have on hand for a quick and easy dinner – so stay tuned!


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Nicole Mitchell grew up in Ramsey and has just recently moved back with her husband and two young children.  She used to be a corporate trainer for the New York Post and is now a Stay at Home Mom and owns her own Tastefully Simple Business. Tastefully Simple has offered Nicole the ability to combine her love of food and entertaining.  It has also given her the chance to meet new people and maintain a flexible work schedule.  Nicole is always trying new recipes and making them her own.  She really hopes that she can give others a simple solution to the question that is asked daily “What’s for dinner?” Check out her websiteand Facebook page.