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Friday, July 29, 2011

English Muffin Pizzas


I can't believe we haven't made these before.   It just seems like something we would make all the time since I love pizza and English muffins.  Well, I don't like just any English muffin.  I only like Bays English Muffins.  They are pre-split and aren't dry like some of the other brands.  You can find them the refrigerated section of the grocery store.  They taste great!  (They are really great to make French Toast with too!)

We've had these for dinner twice in the past two weeks.   They are easy to customize, so everyone can have pizza the way they like it.  Chicken Legs said he likes this better than regular pizza!  That is fine by me - they are a cinch to make!




English Muffin Pizza
(Printable Recipe)

English Muffins, split (recommended Bays English Muffins)
pizza sauce
mozzarella cheese, shredded
pizza toppings (we use sausage and mushrooms)
garlic powder

Preheat oven to 400. Place the English muffin halves cut side up onto a baking sheet. Spoon some of the pizza sauce onto each one. Top with mozzarella cheese and your pizza toppings. Sprinkle with garlic powder. Bake for 12-15 minutes in the preheated oven, or until the cheese is melted and browned on the edges.

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17 comments:

  1. We have these a lot! Easy for everyone to get the toppings they want & SO convenient to keep ingredients around!

    I'm curious about the Bay's english muffins, though. Will have to give them a try.

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  2. I luv english muffins, so you know I'm gonna luv this.

    Have a great weekend. Kisses to the fur babies!

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  3. This looks like a great way to curb a pizza craving. It's a whole lot quicker than taking the time to make the dough and looks delicious!

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  4. My girls love these as after school snacks....we give our english muffins a little bit of a toast before adding the sauce and toppings. We like the crunch it adds.

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  6. I remember having these when I was younger, my mom would use bagels sometimes too. I did a pizza inspired post today that I think you'd like, given your well documented addiction :)

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  7. Perfect to have on hand for my Junior who loves to make pizza at home.

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  9. Yummy! I'll forego the sausage, but, it looks delish.

    I agree, Bay's muffins are the best.

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  10. I only buy Bays brand also. Love them. I used to make English muffin pizzas all the time and have completely forgotten about them. Thanks for the delicious reminder Stephanie.

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  11. Bays fans here too, I always look for they orange label.

    These are so perfect for our house, have to try them after football practice this week.

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  12. Thanks for recommending a good brand...I'm going to have to look out for these. I love that they're sliced and not dry!

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  13. Ohhh, these would be really good (and even healthier) on a VitaBun! They are all-natural English muffins that are 100 calories and fortified with fiber, protein and 15 vitamins and minerals.

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  14. DavePR - I love vitamuffins - I've never tried the english muffins, but I love the chocolate peanut butter muffin tops.

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  15. This is genius. We're no stranger to pizza takeaway, and I'm sure this will be a hit. Thanks for sharing your recipe, will add our favorite toppings for a unique twist.

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  16. Yum! Do you have to cook the sausage first?

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  17. Yum, just got done eating my pizza! I used a link of Italian sausage (casing removed and cut into chunks, and browned. I used Classico Traditional Pizza Sauce-YUM! I used Pepperidge Farm English Muffins, don't have the brand you recommend here. Great recipe when cooking for one, thanks for sharing!

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