Pot Pie Pizza

Watch FamilyFun's Sally Staub prepare Pot Pie Pizza, as featured in the September 2012 issue of FamilyFun magazine.


-Our pot pie pizza takes a classic comfort food and turns into a kid and parent-pleasing pie. For this recipe, you'll need either homemade or store-bought dough. You can use white or whole wheat, and we choose to use whole wheat for this particular recipe. For the toppings, we'll used mixed vegetables, chicken broth, parmesan cheese, swiss cheese, pepper, salt, unsalted butter, flour, sage, and thyme. And for a full list of ingredients and the recipe, you can go to familyfunmag.com. And now, we're gonna start out sauce for the pizza. We're gonna heat a skillet on medium and we'll add some butter and let the butter melt a little bit and then we're gonna add flour. Whisking constantly for about 1 minute until it's all incorporated. Once this is cooked for about a minute, we can add our chicken broth. Slowly whisk-- whisk in the chicken broth. We wanna whisk consistently until the broth starts to bubble. The sauce is now boiling and thickening, so we're gonna add in our sage. Continue whisking and thyme. Smells delicious and we'll end with our salt and pepper. Whisk it in and you'll remove it from the heat and we'll let it cool for about 10 minutes before we use it on the pizza. Okay. Now, we're ready to assemble our pizza. First step is to spoon our sauce on to the pizza and you just wanna evenly spread out the sauce, leaving about half an inch border from the edge. So, we have a nice even coating of our sauce. Next step is to scatter our cheese. And then we'll be ready for our-- our next ingredient, which is our mixed vegetables. The final step is to sprinkle our parmesan cheese. Alright. Here we have it. Now, we are ready to pop this into the oven. Okay. Our pot pie pizza is hot out of the oven. It has been baking for 20 minutes. The crust is a nice golden brown. Looks perfect. So, we're just gonna let it cool for 5 minutes.

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