Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

These are easy little appetizers. The topping can be made ahead of time. English muffins may also be used.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine mayo, parmesan, onion and worcestershire,pinch salt & pepper.
  2. Mix well.
  3. Slice bread 1/2 inch thick.
  4. Spread with the topping.
  5. Bake 475 degrees until lightly brown (10-15 mins).


Most Helpful

I should have read the last sentence first--Do not burn! These have to be watched--my oven did them in about 8 minutes. They are really delightful. I made them with bread triangles--next time I'll try English muffins. The topping was a bit liquid so I stuck them in the freezer to "flash freeze" for about 15 minutes and that worked well. I used dried minced onions as I didn't have fresh on hand. I'll definitely make these again (and maybe even experiment to see if I can freeze them). Thanks, Merlot, for a good, easy recipe!

Stewie September 12, 2002

AMAZING... Made these for a football party and they went so fast I didn't even get them off the cookie sheet! I agree with the other comments: use english muffins (I used about a whole package), add more parmesan to make topping thicker (I used about 1/3 cup), and only 8 minutes in the oven. Perfect!

cola2298 January 27, 2010

these were good :) i agree that it is a little too liquid-y so i added a little more mayo, onion and chz. it also made almost TRIPLE the amount of bread for me. i used some soft loaf bread (almost like french bread) just cut in half and served them w/ my MIL's homemade marinara. yum! thanks!

cass and sam January 08, 2009

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