14 Reviews

My mom always made this and I was trying to think through how to put it in recipe terms. Thanks for putting words to a great memory for me!

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rachelapf October 14, 2009

Cranked these out assembly line style for a few dozen people (mostly kids!) at a playdate today. I did toast the muffins first. Careful - they cook rather quickly under the broiler. Kids and parents were happy. A real crowd-pleaser for relatively little money and time. I used Wegmans "Food You Feel Good About" pizza sauce. Will definitely do these for playdates in the future.

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jackieblue January 19, 2009

I love these. I've been making them for years. They are good with bruscetta instead of tomato sauce also. Definately a kid pleaser... put out the ingredients and let them assemble. I always put out some veggie topping options also.

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FrVanilla September 10, 2008

Who would have thought something so simple would have proved such a hit. Just served it to my kids and they wiped the plate clean. I too used pizza sauce. Thank you so much.

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Kitchen drama queen September 09, 2008

This is a great snack. I use with pasta sauce, which comes in a lot more flavors and can be spooned on and recapped.

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~heidi~ December 22, 2007

These are great! I have been eating and making these for years... it makes a quick lunch to bring to work too. Like other reviewers, I also toast the muffin first for a crispier crust. Thanks for posting!

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Katie Lou Who December 16, 2007

Love the concept but modified a bit to enhance the flavor. I toasted the muffins first to make the "crust" crispier. Used pizza sauce instead of tomato sauce. I also added italian crumble cheeses on top of the mozzarella...super tasty! I've also modified to make breakfast pizzas. Thanks so much for a new family favorite that is easy to make and enjoy!

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Red Robin October 02, 2007

Yum! Good stuff. It's good with olives too. I always use whole wheat English muffins. Pesto is great for a change of pace from tomato sauce!

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A Messy Cook June 11, 2007

Yummy! I'm eating this right now. I topped it with chopped salami, since I didn't have any pepperoni. The recipe is very easy and good. The one thing I didn't like with the stated directions is it doesnt say to toast the muffin first, so you end up with a little too soft of a pizza/soggier pizza. That can be easily fixed though by toasting the muffin first :) Thanks for sharing!

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Sweet Chef February 24, 2007

Great treat! I have not had these since I was a kid. I did change the ingredents around to suit what I had on hand. I used garlic/onion powder,bacon bits,chopped some salami and provelone cheese.Thanks!

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mydesigirl July 06, 2006
English Muffin Pizza