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Top English muffin with sauce, onion, and cheese. Place in toaster oven or broiler to melt cheese.
It is not pepperoni or pizza deluxe, but really tasted great when you were on the bland tasteless heart diet of 20+ years ago.
Source: Dietitian at the hospital. 1987
By Great Granny Vi from Moorpark, CA
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
Butter each English muffin half. Place on a cookie sheet, buttered side up, and bake on center rack until lightly golden, 5 minutes.
Spread pesto sauce over English muffin halves. Top with shredded chicken and mozzarella cheese. Bake 10-15 minutes until cheese is melted and golden.
Decorate each English muffin pizza with two black olive slices for eyes. Cut little triangles out of red pepper. Place on pizzas for the monster's nose.
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15 Minutes Cooking Time
Source: Cooking with Kids
By Robin from Washington, IA
Combine tomato sauce and oregano; spread 1 T. mixture on cut surface of each muffin half. Place on an ungreased baking sheet. Using 3 1/4 inch round cutter, cut 8 circles of mozzarella cheese; place on top of tomato sauce mixture for the face. Arrange shredded cheddar cheese around edge for hair. Position olive slices for eyes and pimiento strips for noses and mouths. Bake at 425 degrees F for 5 minutes or until cheese melts.
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This is a great lunch, dinner or snack for kids, and makes an ordinary little pizza special. Lightly toast an English muffin. Place a little sauce on the muffin. Use a Halloween or holiday cookie cutter to cut a fun shape out of a cheese slice. Place cheese shape on top of sauce. Place English muffin under a broiler just until the cheese begins to melt. Cool before eating.
By Thriftsavvy from West Dundee, IL
Cute idea :-) (10/21/2009)
I smiled when I saw this recipe. These were called pizzas witches in the cafeteria in the junior/senior high school I attended in the late 60's and early 70's. My mama made them and then I did for my kids and their friends growing up. Everybody loved them and still talks about them! (10/22/2009)