I hereby petition that we replace all currency with slices of Buffalo Chicken PizzaBuffalo Chicken Pizza. If you like buffalo chicken you will LOVE this! I admit that Buffalo Chicken Pizza coinage would have some downsides. Wallet design would need to be reevaluated, since current billfolds are not sized for pizza slices. We’d have to invest in a few pairs of bright orange pants, as accidental Buffalo sauce drippage would occur with relative frequency. Online shopping would need to be rethought, and banks would be forced to convert ATMs into refrigerated Buffalo Chicken Pizza dispensers. Worst (best?) of all, widespread devouring of the national currency would be pandemic.

Despite the road bumps, Buffalo Chicken Pizza as cash is worth considering. This pizza is money.

Buffalo Chicken Pizza

Buffalo Chicken PizzaBuffalo Chicken Pizza is everything that makes Buffalo chicken wings epically awesome—the juicy meat, the signature spicy sauce, the cool crunchy celery, and the tangy blue cheese—fused with another epically awesome food: pizza. I might not be able to convince the United States Treasury to lose the dollar in favor of Buffalo Chicken Pizza slices, but I can buy the undying love and devotion of my Super Bowl Party guests with this ultimate game-day food.

Buffalo Chicken Pizza begins with your favorite pizza dough (for larger pizzas like this, mine is this easy-to-make whole wheat dough, but if you use store-bought, I won’t tell). We then slather on shredded chicken that’s been bathed in Buffalo sauce (I used Frank’s—is there another?). We top the whole shebang with red onions, diced celery, gooey mozzarella, and signature blue cheese. Pop our pizza into the oven for 15 minutes, and BAM! Money on a baking sheet.

Buffalo Chicken Pizza. A MUST for all buffalo chicken loversPlease please pleeeasseee make this for Super Bowl Sunday, Tuesday night dinner, and any other time you feel the need to faceplate into a giant plate of zesty, cheesy comfort food. If you are thinking, “um, that’s me every night,” then you should probably have baked Buffalo Chicken Pizza five minutes ago.

Buffalo Chicken Pizza. Soft crust smothered in buffalo chicken goodness.The Treasury Department may spurn my Buffalo Chicken Pizza currency proposal, but I’m still willing to wager that you (and your guests!) will love this homemade pizza recipe. Please try to prove me wrong—I’m feeling pretty confident, and I accept payment in Buffalo Chicken Pizza slices.

Buffalo Chicken Pizza. If you like buffalo chicken you will LOVE this!

Buffalo Chicken Pizza

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Everything you love about a platter of Buffalo wings—the juicy chicken, spicy Buffalo sauce, cool blue cheese, crunchy celery—smothered on a pizza with red onions and gooey mozzarella cheese. This spicy, tangy pizza is a guaranteed crowd pleaser and winning game day appetizer, but if you love Buffalo chicken, you will want it for dinner any night of the week! The dough I recommend for this recipe is from my Homemade Pizza Rolls. This recipe yields a larger, sturdier crust than my other favorite pizza dough recipe—Perfect Pizza Dough—so it's ideal for a super-loaded pizza like this Buffalo Chicken Pizza. The Perfect Pizza Dough is a bit smaller and more tender, so it might not hold up to these hefty toppings.

Prep: 20 mins
Cook: 15 mins
Total: 35 mins

Servings: 1 11x14-inch pizza, Serves 4


  • 1/2 recipe Weeknight Whole Wheat Pizza Crust to make 1 crust (or your favorite pizza dough recipe—enough to yield one 11x14-inch pizza)
  • 1 cup Buffalo sauce (I used Frank’s)
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon chili powder
  • 8 ounces chicken breast cooked and shredded, between 2 1/2 and 3 cups; see this post for Crock Pot Shredded Chicken
  • 1 1/2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese (3 to 4 ounces)
  • 1/2 cup crumbled blue cheese (2 ounces—I used gorgonzola)
  • 1/3 cup diced celery (about 1 stalk, depending on size)
  • 1/3 cup diced red onion (about 1/2 of a small red onion)


  • Place rack in upper 1/3 of oven and preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper or dust with cornmeal or flour.
  • In a large bowl, whisk together the Buffalo sauce, garlic powder, and chili powder. Add shredded chicken and toss to coat.
  • Place the dough on a lightly floured work surface and roll into a 11x14-inch rectangle. Gently transfer the rolled dough to a prepared baking sheet. Top with the chicken-sauce mixture, leaving a 3/4 inch border around all size. Sprinkle on the mozzarella, blue cheese, celery, and red onion. Bake for 15-18 minutes, until the crust is crisp and golden. Slice and serve.


**Prep time does not include dough, as this will vary by recipe used. If using the dough in the recipe, allow 45 minutes additional. Make ahead notes: If using the dough listed in the recipe, it can be left to rise in the refrigerator overnight, instead of resting at room temperature for 30 minutes as directed in the recipe. Simply remove the dough from the refrigerator 45 minutes before you are ready to bake and proceed with the recipe as directed. If you are freezing half of the dough, do so before allowing it to rest at room temperature.

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  1. I’m so digging the pizza money idea. Though I’d probably end poor due to eating all my money but who cares, PIZZA. I love this stuff! This one looks so darn awesome that I’m sitting here wondering how you managed not to eat the whole thing before you took all the pictures mmMMmmmh that would have been so me.

  2. Erin, I made this Stromboli-style last night and LOVED it. Such a good twist adding the celery… I even threw in some shredded carrots. YUM!5 stars

    1. Meg, I’m so, so excited to hear that you tried this and loved it. What cool ideas-I’m definitely going to try it with carrots next time too, and the Stromboli twist is fab! Thanks so much for taking time to comment and let me know :-)

  3. haha this pizza definitely is money! It looks delicious! I adore homemade pizza – there is just something about it. I would eat it all the time if my hips would be cool with that … but alas not so much : )

  4. I have to be honest. I made this pizza last night. Followed the recipe exactly, other than using my own tried and true crust recipe. My crust tasted perfect. As for the pizza as a whole… well, let me put it this way: my husband eats anything. He doesn’t like food to go to waste. So he’ll eat it. Even if it’s bordering on spoiling, he’ll eat it just so it won’t go to waste. Last night, when I made this pizza, he took one bite. Then, he took another bite. Then, he spit it out and told me to throw the whole thing in the trash. My two boys, who love both pizza and chicken wings, hated it. I ate two slices, and tolerated it, but did not particularly enjoy it myself. I don’t know. It just did not appeal to us at all. Sorry.

    1. Hi Marisa, I’m really sorry to hear that you did not enjoy this recipe. I can say that we and our and our friends really liked it, and I have heard from a few readers who did too, but all tastes are different. I know it’s a bummer to make something new and not end up liking it in the end, so I truly wish that this had hit the spot!

  5. You are so right – Buffalo chicken makes (or should make!) the world go round. Love this yummy pizza, and I have to say, your new blog design is GORGEOUS!!! 

    And thank you so much for the link love!

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