Be sure you preheat your oven to 500 degrees. That takes a while so get going as soon in the process as you can.
Now for the toppings. I will show the firecracker since its one of our favorites. For the firecracker pizza, they use La Nova Hot Wing Sauce and some commercially made ranch dressing in a quantity of 2:1. We didn't want to order that stuff on line, so we made a great substitute that uses Frank's Red Hot Wing sauce and Kens Buttermilk Ranch dressing (which are easily found at Safeway and most major grocery stores) which ended up tasting identical. Beaujo's uses those squeeze condiment bottles that you can get at Walmart for like .99, so we used those for safe keeping. Of course thats not necessary, but we sometimes use that sauce for buffalo wing salads and on hot dogs, so its convenient. Whatever you use, you fill up the bottle half way with Frank's Red Hot Wing sauce and then another 1/4 of the bottle with the Ranch dressing. The Ken's is pretty thick, so you may want to water it down a little so it has a more liquidy consistency. Mix it all together and shake the bottle really well to be sure it intermixes. This will give you a creamy spicy hot-wing style sauce. Yes, this is how BeauJo's does it.
You will also need to chop up about 4 fresh jalapenos and the cheese is monterrey jack and cheddar. You will also need to have some chopped cooked chicken handy and cut into small cubes.
To make the fire cracker, put on the BeauJo's ranch/wing sauce you made, but don't over do it. If you put on too much, the dough will come out soggy. Then add the chicken and jalapenos. Then add the monterrey jack, and then the cheddar. Again, be sparing on how much you place on it.