5 Reviews

Teeny tiny tempting tasty treats! I added a little seasoned salt to the tuna. The cooking time is exactly right for my microwave. I love the celery. Thanks for posting!

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Chocolatl October 14, 2010

These were very tasty! I used what I had on hand which was tomato & basil tuna, light mayo, club crackers, and no celery. Maybe the club crackers have more surface area, or I loaded them up more but I only had about 15 melts (which were my dinner tonight :) ) Thanks for posting!

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flower7 March 21, 2010

Loved these simple and tasty appetizers. I made these to eat as a snack as we watched some football on Sunday. I microwaved them for just a bit and they were great. It used ingredients I usually have on hand, so that's a plus too. Thanks so much for posting! Made for your football pool win :)

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Shelby Jo November 10, 2009

Wonderful quick and easy lite supper tonight! It's really hot right now, and heating up the house to cook is the last thing I wanted to do! These little gems were delicious! I also added minced (about 2 Tablespoons)red onion and sprinkled a "de-juiced" Roma tomato after melting the cheese. Perfect and very pretty! Thanks Sharon! I'll be making this often! Made for PRMR Tag

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kittycatmom June 26, 2009

What a great little appetizer! I added chopped onion and a dash of salt to the mix and topped reduced-fat Ritz crackers. 25 seconds in the microwave and they were warmed and melty. I may add a little chopped tomato on top next time too. This is a very flavorful way to enjoy canned tuna, thanks for sharing the recipe. :)

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2Bleu June 08, 2009
Teeny Tiny Tuna Melts