Pizza Tacos

Spinach Chicken Alfredo and Pepperoni & Sausage Pizza Tacos.

The Best Pizza Tacos

If you’re a fan of both Pizza and Tacos, you’re in for a real treat because nothing could be more satisfying than putting those two things together to make Pizza Tacos. And, the way I do it, the recipe stays true to Italian ingredients, only shaped and stuffed like tacos. If you need a Pizza Sauce recipe, I’ve got one. If you need an Alfredo Sauce recipe, I’ve got that too. I even have recipes for Pizza dough, if you choose not to use the frozen dinner rolls, and homemade Italian Sausage or you can just do what I did, and by everything for this recipe, pre-made, from your grocery store. It’s that easy.

Store bought, frozen dinner roll dough.

Pizza Tacos Dough

There’s several different ways to make these Pizza Tacos. You can make your own Pizza Dough, for which I have a great recipe for, or use store bought dough like these frozen dinner rolls. I used this dough when I showed you how to make Utah Scones and it works great for recipes like this too because it cuts out half the work and makes it virtually fool proof. Plus it’s fun for a quick snack, lunch or dinner dates and/or for kids, if you want to get them cooking.

Alfredo Sauce, Pizza Sauce, chopped Spinach, Chicken and Pepperoni.

Pizza Tacos Filling

When I made these Pizza Tacos for the video, I made a standard Pepperoni and Sausage Pizza Taco and a Chicken Alfredo Taco with Spinach, just for variation. You, however, can make what ever you like. Just use this as a basic guide to get you from A-Z and have fun with your toppings. It doesn’t have to be the way I did it. Though, I used Italian sausage and some left over pulled chicken, you could totally go vegetarian or vegan with this recipe. Maybe a Philly Steak and Cheese sounds good, I don’t know. You decide. The sky’s the limit.

Pizza Tacos Ingredients:

8 Dinner Rolls Frozen Dough, thawed
1 cup Alfredo Sauce
1 cup Pizza Sauce
1 lbs Mozzarella Cheese, grated
1 lbs Italian Sausage, cooked
1 lbs Seasoned Chicken, cooked
1/2 cup Spinach, chopped
8 oz Mini Pepperoni

Oven max temperatures vary but I bake the Pizza Tacos twice at 500 degrees Fahrenheit for 3 to for minutes, both times. Just follow the instructions in the video tutorial for best results.

Buffalo Chicken Wings

Homemade Buffalo Chicken Wings with Blue Cheese Dressing and Celery.

The Best Buffalo Chicken Wings

I can honestly say that these are the best Buffalo Chicken Wings that I have ever made and I would put them against any restaurant’s recipe and feel confident that they’d hold their own. They’re succulent, tender, very juicy with a great texture and the Buffalo sauce is amazing. The best part is that they’re really easy to make, too.

12 Raw Chicken Wings cut into 24 pieces including the drum and flats.

My Buffalo Chicken Wings secret

One of the smartest things you can do for your Buffalo Chicken Wings is add Brining. I show you how to do this in my Grilled Chipotle Chicken Wings recipe and it makes all the difference in the world. The video tutorial in that recipe also shows you how to easily cut the wings into drum and flat portions. I recommend that you take a look at if you’re needing to freshen up on your butchery skills. Plus someone told me that they won a wing competition using my recipe so, it really might be worth your while. And my Wasabi Chicken Wings are to die for, just sayin’!

My homemade Blue Cheese Dressing is perfect for dipping Buffalo Chicken Wings.

Brining is just a simple process of adding more flavor to the meat that otherwise wouldn’t be there. I just use a simple salt water brine that keeps the poultry juicy through every bite. I also toss the wings in potato starch and give them a light dusting to add texture to the skin after the wings are fried. You can use corn starch instead, if that’s all you have. My secret ingredient in the sauce is my Blackened Seasoning recipe and it takes this recipe to a whole new level. Also, if dipping is your thing, you should try my Blue Cheese Dressing recipe. I guarantee, it’ll be the best you’ve ever tried.

Buffalo Chicken Wings video tutorial by PMGK.

Buffalo Chicken Wings Ingredients:

12 Wings, cut into drums and flats(24 peices in all)

1 Qt Water
1/4 Cup Salt

1 cup Potato or Corn Starch, for dusting

1/4 cup Butter
1/4 cup Hot Sauce
1 tbsp Brown Sugar
1 tsp Blackened Seasoning

Watch the video tutorial and deep fry room temperature wings for 14 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Ladle and add 3 oz of sauce per 8 Buffalo Chicken Wings.

Garlic Bread Pizza with Texas Toast

Garlic Bread Pizza made with Texas Toast and Spaghetti Sauce.

The Best Garlic Bread Pizza

If you’re like me and you love pizza, you can’t go wrong with this simple Garlic Bread Pizza recipe. It’s practically fool proof. Best of all. You can purchase all of the ingredients pre-made and it’s cheap to do so. I use frozen garlic Texas Toast, which already has the seasoned butter spread on every individual slice and bottled spaghetti sauce. Now all you need is grated Mozzarella cheese and pepperoni or what ever your favorite toppings may be.

Box of Generic Frozen Garlic Texas Toast.

Frozen Garlic Bread Pizza

I always preach about using fresh ingredients when making my recipes but this Garlic Bread Pizza is an exception. Purchasing pre-made Texas Toast isn’t just smart it’s more efficient, for several reasons. It’s cheap and pre-made with a spread of butter that already includes fresh garlic and herbs. Plus, bread freezes so well, after it’s baked you can’t even tell that it wasn’t made fresh. So, you can purchase a french loaf for cheap and fork out money for all of the other ingredients or just pay for one product that costs less in the long run.

You can also re-freeze these Texas Toast Pizzas if you want save the baking for later. That way these are ready go, like a frozen burrito, on demand. I purchase half size zip lock bags and package each one and freeze in batches for my kids, when they want a quick snack. They can be cooked in a toaster oven or baked in a traditional, even nuked in a microwave if you don’t mind the bread a little soggy.

Pepperoni, Spaghetti Sauce and Mozzarella cheese.

Garlic Bread Pizza Toppings

Once you decide what bread you want to use, to make your Garlic Bread Pizza, you’re off and running. I often use bottled Spaghetti sauce in place of pizza sauce but you can use barbecue sauce or even cheese whiz or nacho cheese. If you think I’m kidding, give it a try or look up my Nacho Cheese Pizza recipe and see for yourself. I use mayonnaise for my Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza and it’s phenomenal.

Now you just need to choose and your toppings. I usually keep it simple for my kids and just add pepperoni. But, believe me when I tell you, just the cheese is enough if you don’t want to add anything else. Otherwise the skies the limit.

This recipe was one of the first video recipes I ever filmed and posted. I got the idea from some Pizza Hut adds that were running back in 2012. If you’d like to see the original post, video and recipe, CLICK HERE!

Garlic Bread Pizza Ingredients:

1 box Texas Toast, 8 piece
1/2 cup Spaghetti Sauce, 1 tbsp per bread slice
1 cup Mozzarella cheese, grated
4 oz Pepperoni, sliced

Bake Texas Toast only at 425 degrees Fahrenheit for 4 to 5 minutes, then remove from oven and flip each piece. Add sauce, cheese and pepperoni, then bake again for an additional 7 minutes or until cheese is melted.