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A big hit with the kids of course! This is so easy and I would usually have the ingredients on hand so I love that. I made a few different versions of this using green olives in some and green peppers in others. You could really put just about any pizza topping you like in and they would be great. I had to bake for closer to 20 minutes. Thx for sharing this, we loved it!

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mums the word May 11, 2010

I made homemade french bread for this recipe. I had just over 2T left of some Garden Vegetable flavored cream cheese, so I used that up. I was sure I bought provolone but couldn't find it in the fridge (probably DS munching on it. lol). I doubled the mozzarella instead. This was like having pizza without all the grease & the money! We started coming up with other filling combinations. Next time we'll try mixing crushed pineapple with the cream cheese, then topping it with Canadian bacon. Mmmm! I did have to heat it about 10 minutes longer than the 10 stated & even after that had to put chunks of it in the microwave to melt the cheese all the way. Next time I think I'll not let the french bread cool all the way before making the sammy. Thanks for sharing your wonderfully fun recipe, Busy Bee! Made in gratitude for encouraging my interest in photo taking.

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**Tinkerbell** May 14, 2008

Easy and Tastes Great!! Loved it!!

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CelestialShannon July 31, 2007

I loved this!! I ate it straight, no marinara needed for me, but when making for guests I will provide that for dipping. I needed to bake mine more like 20-25 minutes, but that's because I went piggy with the cheese and it needed longer to melt. The Italian seasoning I used was Penzey's pizza seasoning, as it was all I had, but it gave a wonderful spicy bite to it. Very easy and quick to put together. I have a big hunk of sandwich leftover and I'm going to just try broiling it openfaced in my toaster oven to reheat. Wonderful treat, thanks Kathie!

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Vina July 08, 2007

Hot sandwiches are always a nice change of pace for a quick and easy dinner, and this one was quite tasty! I ended up tripling the recipe so we'd have leftovers for lunch, and yet it still took no time at all to put together! I used less than a tablespoon of italian seasoning but think I'll bump that up next time, and I wish there'd been more contribution from the cream cheese; you couldn't really taste it. Also, ten minutes wasn't long enough to heat all the way through, so about 15 next time! Thanks for a tasty sandwich!

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coconutcream May 14, 2007

This definitely is quick, easy and oh so tasty. I made them up early the night before and then just heated them up for lunch. This is going to be great when we serve a crowd on our motorhome trips. Thanks forsharing, Triviakat!!!

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Merlot November 07, 2004
Quick & Easy Pepperoni Loaf