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This recipe has been around for at least 45 years, believe it or not. My sister-in-law's mom used to make them when I was little, and then my sis-in-law took over. She uses a hot sausage, so I don't care for them But with a mild or sage sausage, they are terrific.
My Grandma used to make these when I was young. I made these for our super bowl party and most everyone seemed to enjoy them. I halved the recipe. Thanks for sharing this one, brings back fond memories.
I made these for superbowl. DD ate the topping off of one, I had 2 and DH had 4 Everyone's opinion was a little different. So we averaged it to 3 stars. Thanks for the tip on how to freeze them. I'll freeze what is left and DH can pop 4 into the oven when he needs to grab something quick.
My mom used to make these. We called them "Little Pizza's". They're great to have in the freezer - just pull out a few for a quick snack.
My mom made these all my life for partys. She called the "Mrs. Somebody's Mistakes". We love these, especially DH. These are a GREAT SuperBowl item, because in my opinion, all superbowl food should be finger foods! :)
These are great appetizers...I did a freezer meal session and made these. Quick to whip together. Thanks!
I love this recipe and have been making it for years. I put some pizza sauce on the bread. These are great to have in the freezer for a quick appetizer.
My kind of snack -- easy, makes a lot, and people like them.
Froze and used these for 3 different get-togethers and got great comments. Best served warm,, but taste good room temperature too.
Well, I was optimistic...but this appetizer didn't do it for me. I had a house full of people for a Superbowl party. (Bears vs. Colts - 2007) And there was quite a bit leftover. Once it cooled the meat combo became "gummy". Maybe it was because we were rooting for the Colts?