Thai Chicken Pizza

My family loves pizza. What’s not to love?  But I get tired of the same, run-of-the-mill basics.  They are good, but come on.   I’ve got to have some variety, y’all!

When I was going to college, there was a little, local restaurant in Stillwater called the Thai Cafe, which I loved.  I miss it!  Now, I have to travel quite a ways to get Thai food.  So I came up with this jazzed up, easy to make, tasty pizza, combining some of my favorite flavors.

It is our new favorite!   ~Kathy



1 pizza crust (your favorite recipe or refrigerated — I used Pillsbury thin crust refrigerated dough; points figured with this dough selection)

3 to 4 T. Chili Garlic Sauce*

1 heaping c. chicken breast, cooked and sliced thin**

1 medium red bell pepper, sliced thin, seeds removed

1 small zucchini, sliced ¼ inch thick

Red onion, sliced thin (about 2 slices)

1 ½ c. shredded low moisture, part skim mozzarella cheese

½ c. shredded mild cheddar cheese (reduced fat, if following WW)

2 T. cilantro (for optional garnish)


On a lightly greased baking sheet, roll pizza crust out into a rectangle, about 10 x 14 inches.

Spread sauce over crust, very thinly.

Spread remaining ingredients over pizza as desired, ending with cheeses.

Bake according to crust directions, until golden brown, cooked through and cheese is melted.

Garnish by sprinkling with cilantro once it’s cooled a little (optional).



*Chili garlic sauce is found in the Asian food section (see photo).  It is full of flavor and some heat.  Use 3 Tablespoons if you like it mild/warm.   If you want it warmer, use up to 4 Tablespoons.  It doesn’t look like much on the crust, but it gives plenty of flavor!

**I used chicken breasts boiled with some onion, garlic, salt and pepper. Once drained and cooled, slice thin.   Rotisserie chicken breast would also be a good substitute.

Weight Watchers Info:  This makes 6 servings, 8 Freestyle SmartPoints per serving.


Zucchini Bread with Streusel Topping

Unfortunately, the growing season is quite short where we live in the mountains, so there are just a few things we can grow successfully. Tomatoes don’t stand a chance! However, zucchini will do well if you don’t start it from seeds.

It hasn’t been long since zucchini was plentiful here at farmers’ markets, grocery stores, & luckily for me, in my own garden. ~Kathy


Ingredients for Bread:

3 c. shredded zucchini*
1 2/3 c. sugar
2/3 c. oil
2 tsp. vanilla
4 eggs
3 c. all-purpose flour
2 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp. ground cinnamon (heaping)
½ tsp. ground cloves
Pinch nutmeg
½ tsp. baking powder

Ingredients for Topping:
½ c. packed brown sugar
Pinch salt
6 T. flour
4 T. butter

In a separate bowl, using a pastry cutter blend together Streusel ingredients until it makes coarse crumbs. Set aside.

Move oven rack to low position so the top of pans are in the center of the oven. Preheat to 350˚F.

Grease bottoms only of two 9” loaf pans.

Mix zucchini, sugar, oil, vanilla and eggs in a large bowl. Stir in remaining ingredients. Mix to combine.

Divide equally into loaf pans, then sprinkle the top of each loaf with Streusel mixture. Finally, if desired, cover each loaf with 1/3 c. chopped nuts.

Bake for approximately 1 hour to 1 hour 10 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean.

*I have used a combination of shredded apple and zucchini when I was didn’t quite have enough zucchini, and it worked out great.