Chicken Alfredo Garlic Bread Pizza

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Chicken Alfredo Garlic Bread Pizza

How many of us have childhood memories of garlic bread pizza? I sure do. It was all the rage when I was growing up, but it’s literally been over a decade since I’ve had it.

I recently saw this lovely recipe from Mother Thyme and suddenly the ‘90’s came flooding back to me, leaving me with a fierce craving for a cheesy garlic bread pizza like you wouldn’t believe.

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