Deep Dish Fondue Pizza #SundaySupper

Pizza is one of the things I love experimenting with. How many different ways can I make pizza? Do I set up a pizza bar? What can we get the kids to put on their pizza tonight? Of course I love “different pizza combinations” For example pizza that has goat cheese, a drizzle of balsamic, even a breakfast pizza, that’s classified as “different” right? Opposed to the every day cheese pizza my kids want, oh wait, they’ve ventured out, they will eat it with pepperoni on it now! Score. Well this Deep Dish Fondue Pizza was created from my love of bread, specifically french bread and some leftover cheese fondue I had from our fun Sunday Supper Oktoberfest party we had a few weeks ago!

Deep Dish Fondue Pizza

As a kid I used to like those Elio’s French Bread Pizza’s, does anyone else remember them? We used to be able to pop them right in our toaster oven and bam! Best pizza ever so that is where I think I get my love for pizza on bread vs. dough. I had so much leftover cheese from our fun Fondue night that I figured why not make it into a pizza right? I thought of what would be the best toppings to go along with this cheese and since it resembles more of a taste similar to an Alfredo vs. a red sauce I took out some leftover chicken and broccoli we had from another dinner. Plus of course fresh mozzarella on top because well it’s the best cheese for pizza in my book. Wala an easy but delicious dinner served in minutes! Make sure you finish it in a broiler, it totally crisps this to perfection!

Deep Dish Fondue Pizza

Coleen Hill of The Red Headed Baker is hosting this pizzarific party so a special thanks to her and yes there are over 60 pizza recipes below that will get your creative juices flowing in the kitchen so check them out!


1 long french bread
1 cup of cooked chicken, or rotisserie
1 cup of cooked broccoli
1 fresh tomato, sliced
1/2 cup of one of three ocktoberfest cheese fondue
2 oz fresh mozzarella (or shredded)

Make a Pizza Pie:

Preheat oven to 350F. Slice french bread in half. Using a spoon spread the fondue on top of each loaf half. Top with chicken, broccoli and tomato. Gently lie slices of mozzarella (or shredded) on top of the pizza. Bake for 15 minutes.

Light a broiler and allow the pizzas to crisp up for 5 minutes. Keep your eye on it the brown up fast! This melts the cheese even more.







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