BBQ Chicken Pizza with Balsamic Onions

Gluten-Free BBQ Chicken Pizza with Balsamic Onions. Tangy sweet onions with juicy chicken, creamy mozzarella and crispy crust. Enough said.

You will be singing the joys of gluten-free eating once you have tried this recipe.

BBQ Chicken Pizza with Balsamic Onions

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1 package gluten-free pizza crust (I used Udi’s!)

1 lb. chicken, sliced into bite size pieces

1 bottle gluten-free BBQ sauce, you will use roughly half of bottle. Or about 2 cups homemade BBQ sauce.

1 red onion, sliced thin

1 tablespoon ground thyme

1 tablespoon marjoram

3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar

1-2 tablespoons EVOO

2 cloves garlic, minced

Shredded mozzarella cheese

Parmesan cheese


Preheat oven to 450 degrees

Place thinly sliced onions in skillet (medium-high) with EVOO, salt and pepper. Let them cook until they are golden brown. Add in minced garlic and saute for 2 minutes.  Stir in balsamic vinegar, set aside.

Brown chicken in same skillet with EVOO, salt, pepper, thyme, marjoram. Once cooked through, add in balsamic onion mixture and take off heat.

Place pizza crusts on baking sheet

Top with BBQ (however much you like, I use a thin layer) and spread evenly around crusts

Place chicken-onion mixture on top of the sauced pizza crusts

Add mozzarella and parmesan on top

Bake at 450 degrees for 10 minutes


Other ATX Gluten-Free posts on pizza:

Easy Sausage and Roasted Red Bell Pepper Pizza

Promise Pizza Review

Austin’s Pizza now delivering gluten-free pizza

The Grove- Top Shelf Pizza Review

Other ATX Gluten-Free posts on Udi’s:

Balsamic BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches

Grown Up Grilled Cheese

Udi’s whole grain breads

Udi’s now delivering

Support Udi’s at HEB!


  1. Jessica,

    That pizza looks soooooo goood.

    Your blog captures the essence of creating delicious tasting gluten free recipes that everyone can enjoy.

    And thank you for bringing Udi’s Gluten Free into your kitchen and sharing the warmth of your creations with the world via your blog. Love your kind words.

    Happy cooking and Be Udiful!

    - Heather

  2. Did you order your crust online or get it locally? I looove the udis bread!

    • Hi Cori– I usually buy Udi’s products at People’s RX in Westlake or at Whole Foods. There are many stores around town that carry their products. You are able to buy online if you prefer that method… I love Udi’s also! Thank goodness for their products :)

  3. Shirley@gfe says:

    That looks incredibly good, Jessica! No Udi’s around here, but I’ve heard great thinks about them. :-)


  4. Hello
    I like pizza very much and its my favorite dinner.I have never tried it with all these ingredients but I will definitely try it in this weekend.Thanks for this tasty recipe of pizza.

  5. Thank you. I appreciate what you wrote here.

  6. I like this

  7. Found your blog on Yahoo and was so glad i did. That was a quick read. I have a small question.Is it alright if i send you an email???…


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