Upgrade your homemade ‘za with this restaurant-worthy, decadent white pizza topped with savory chicken and fresh spinach. This easy recipe comes together in just twenty minutes and uses a grain-free burrito wrap for a quick crust and Primal Kitchen No Dairy White Pizza Sauce for a creamy, flavorful base. Use leftover cooked chicken breast to make this no dairy slice in a pinch–the perfect pizza dish for those busy weeknights.
Florentine Pizza Recipe
Follow along with Brian in the video below for step-by-step instructions for constructing your florentine pizza.
Time: 20 minutes
Chicken Florentine Pizza
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Upgrade your homemade ‘za with this restaurant-worthy, decadent white pizza topped with savory chicken and fresh spinach.
2 burrito-size Siete grain-free wraps
1/2 cup of cooked chicken breast
1/2 cup of cooked spinach
½ cup of Primal Kitchen No-Dairy White Pizza Sauce
Preheat the oven to 450 degrees.
Lay the burrito wrap on the pizza pan.
Spread a thin layer of white pizza sauce and then lay another burrito wrap on top to add extra flavor and create a stronger base.
Add another layer of pizza sauce and add sautéed spinach and chicken breast on top.
Bake at 450 degrees for 10 to 15 minutes and enjoy!
Nutritional Information calculated via Cronometer.
Calories 370, Carbs 44 grams, Protein 23 grams, Fat 13 grams
What is a Florentine pizza?
“Florentine” refers to the Italian city of Florence (where thin-crust pizzas like this happen to abound) but also means this slice is served with spinach. Like eggs florentine, this recipe refers to a white pizza with spinach.
Florentine Pizza FAQ
We have saucy answers to your pizza questions. Whether you fancy yourself a chef, or are experimenting with homemade slices for the first time, we have tried-and-true solutions to your tasty problems in our florentine FAQ!
Should you cook chicken before putting it on top of the pizza (before it goes in oven)?
Yes! Your dairy-free white pizza will be ready in just 10-15 minutes once it’s in the oven. Always pre-cook meat before putting it on a pizza to ensure it’s properly prepared and ready to eat.
How long is leftover pizza good for?
Who can resist a next-day slice? Some folks even prefer their ‘za at room temp (or cold!). Your leftover pizza should last around 4 days when stored properly in the fridge. Don’t nosh on pizza that’s been sitting out for longer than a few hours. Toss a fried egg on this florentine pizza for a breakfast slice, or try our Breakfast Meatza, also made with white sauce.
What’s the best way to make pizza keto friendly?
Wondering how to make pizza keto? The secret is in the sauce (and the crust). This keto pizza recipe uses Keto Certified Primal Kitchen No-Dairy White Pizza Sauce. Look for a lower-carb crust for a keto-friendly slice.
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