The World’s Most Expensive Thai Chicken Pizza.

Thai Chicken PizzaThai Chicken Pizza on a gluten-free French Meadow Bakery Crust.

Let me start out by saying that this gluten-free Thai Chicken Pizza is absolutely delicious.

And, it very well should be since it cost me about $30.00 a slice to make!

Here’s the story… {You know I always have a story to tell-right?}

Last month The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness invited me to take part in their French Meadow Bakery Fall Recipe Campaign and Giveaway, along with 4 other gluten-free bloggers.

I was delighted to be given this recipe for Thai Chicken Pizza to make and review, since Thai is one of my absolute favorite cuisines.

The French Meadow crusts arrived on my doorstop, packed in dry ice.

French Meadow Bakery Gluten-Free Pizza Crust

Forget the crusts…my kids thought the dry ice was pretty cool!

After the crust arrived, all I had to do was buy the other ingredients for the recipe, bring them home, make the pizza, take photos, eat it and share the recipe with you all.

Pretty simple, right?

Well, somewhere in-between bringing home the ingredients and making the pizza, things started getting expensive…

Expensive as in, after I got home from the grocery store, I had to clear out the fridge to make room for my pizza toppings and other groceries. During this cleaning out process, I pulled out some leftover chicken wings our friends had brought over last weekend, and put them on the kitchen counter to throw out.  Naturally I got distracted by my children and left the kitchen before tossing the chicken wings, only to come back 20 minutes later and find out that this guy had eaten them…

labradoodle dressed in pink tutu“Sure, I look all sweet and innocent, but really I’m a bad boy!”

Naturally I called the vet who said I should bring the chicken wing thief in for a check-up and x-ray to make sure everything was all right.

So, there you have it my friends…$240 later, I was back home with the dog, finally ready to make the pizza.

At 8 slices, it came out to $30/slice!

Good thing it turned out to be delicious and super easy to make, although I do apologize for the photos, but after an hour at the vet it started getting dark which made getting good shots of the pizza rather difficult as you might imagine.

Thai Chicken Pizza pre-baking Thai Chicken Pizza pre-baking.

Thai Chicken PizzaThai Chicken Pizza fresh out of the oven.

And for a happy ending to my story…

After my crazy afternoon, it was nice to be invited to a friend’s house for a neighborhood potluck dinner where we all enjoyed this Gluten-Free Thai Chicken Pizza’s for an appetizer {my neighbors loved it and were amazed it was gluten-free!}, along with a dinner of Cheeseburger Pie, steamed carrots, Caesar salad, fresh strawberries, and ice cream for dessert.

Oh, and as of today, the chicken wing thief is A-OK!

Want to try making your own Thai Chicken Pizza?  Get the delicious recipe here!

And, for a chance at winning  your own French Meadow Bakery gluten-free pizza crusts plus some other French Meadow Bakery goodies, click here to enter the French Meadow Bakery giveaway! Two winners will be chosen.  The first winner will be announced on October 26, and the second winner will be announced on November 2.  Good luck!

Note: I was given free gluten-free pizza crusts from French Meadow Bakery for this review.  I received no compensation for this review and opinions are 100 % my own.

Have you ever made/eaten Thai Chicken Pizza before?  Tried any of the gluten-free French Meadow Bakery products before?  Are you a fan of Thai food like I am?  Do you have a naughty dog that likes to steal food too???

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  1. Oh no!!! Naughty doggy!!! Too funny.

  2. Silly puppy… and I’m sure he tried to use the excuse, “I was just trying to help you.” Didn’t he? lol
    Regardless, your photos still make the pizza look mouth-watering delicious and I could go for a slice or two right now (and it’s not even lunchtime!).

    Glad the “helper” is okay 🙂

  3. haha bad doggy. I hope each slice was worth it. looks very delicious 🙂

  4. i am all too familiar with naughty puppies getting into food they shouldn’t have!! so glad he wound up being okay. and the pizza DOES look great, so it sounds like it was all worth it in the end? =)

  5. Gorgeous picture, has the mouth-watering effect! And the puppy…precious.

  6. I’ve tried their GF tortillas befpre, and thought it was just…..ok. Either way, this pizza looks amazing (And really it’s all about the filling and toppings, right?!).

    Your dog looks adorable!! Too bad he’s a wing thief! 🙂 Bones and all?! Yikes.

  7. Thanks Gina! I used to be more of a “crust” gal than a “toppings” gal, but since going gluten-free, it is definitely more about the crust for me. I like that it is a thin crust, as many of the GF pizza doughs I have made, come out too thick for me.

  8. You are funny. Obviously he is ok? The pizza sounds delish. Way to be creative. 😉

  9. Baaahaaaaa!!! He was hungry!!!! Poor fella!!! 🙂 He is not looking too manly in his pink skirt though!! Your pics are amazing not matter the lighting, beautiful!! Love the flavors this captures, I am sure it is flippin awesome! Happy weekend, friend!!

  10. oh no sorry EA but it is funny

  11. Funny! Glad he’s ok 🙂 and what are you talking about??? your pictures look great! I love Thai flavors… and I’d get any sun now in this ugly Sandy weather!

  12. Oh no!!
    It’s funny how we turn our back for mere moments and that happens.
    Although expensive, I am glad your doggie is alright.
    That pizza sounds just fabulous, by the way!!
    I agree with Nour..your pics still look amazing!

    • Thanks Kristen! That’s the problem with big {tall} dogs…they an reach pretty much anything on the kitchen counter. Butter used to be his favorite, but I guess chicken wings are the new fave 🙂

  13. Gorgeous looking Thai pizza EA. Am practically drooling! We love Thai flavors here too. You know I am at awe at all the GF offerings!

  14. ha I was waiting for caviar or something, didn’t expect xray. Haven’t tried FM crusts, looks delicious. I use Cheba (sp?) another good GF option.

  15. This doggy is just too cute! I love this thai chicken pizza ! I can’t wait to try this on my family soon. Thanks for sharing, EA !

  16. It’s hard to find well-informed people iin this particular topic, however,you seem like you know what you’re talking about!

  17. I am confused – can’t find the recipe for the pizza- is the link gone?

    • Hi Terri~Great question! The recipe used to be on the “Beyond Celiac” website {formerly The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness}, but since they re-vamped their website, it looks like the recipe in gone-I had no idea! I will need to add the recipe to my website, but in the meantime, here’s the easy recipe: Top one gluten-free pizza crust w/ gluten-free thai peanut sauce {San J is one brand} + chopped bell peppers + cooked chopped/shredded chicken + mozzarella cheese. Bake per pizza crust instructions, and top with fresh chopped cilantro and pea shoots before serving. I hope you enjoy it!


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