Product Type: Tesco Snacks
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From Muffins..To PIZZA in minutes!
Tesco White Muffins
Member Name: Frannybooboo
Tesco White Muffins
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Muffins to Pizza...
Ok let's start at the beginning, I miss school pizza.
Anyone who says school food was bad...quite clearly did NOT go to my school! The main thing I remember loving at school was their pizza, when I first started it was on a long crusty baguette but towards the end they switched things up a little and it
was a soft, doughy, circular pizza which tasted so good!!
Since leaving I have been wondering how they made it like that, just small individual pizzas, and decided to experiment. This brings me to English muffins, or in my case, my new pizza base!
I will give you now share with you a fantastic, cheap, filling, tasty and recipe so easy I think even THE worst cook in the world could manage it!
One step up from cheese on toast!!
Place the English muffin into a preheated oven @ 180 (if you prefer thin crust pizzas then half first but I like them big!)
Leave for 1 minute
Retrieve and put around two teaspoons of tomato pasta sauce (pizza base) on
Top with around two pinches of mozzarella covering the base
Put back in oven for around 10 minutes until cheese is nicely melted
TA DA! Mini pizzas!!
In our house the kids have one with chips/potatoes/salad and adults have two... they really are filling though!!
Not QUITE as good as the school pizza I remember however it is getting there!!!
Would highly rate this recipe especially for working parents, you could also mix things up a bit with ham, pineapple, pepperoni etc.
Or even better get a few bits of everything and let the kids make their own topping.
So far this is the only recipe I have tried however I am excited to try with bacon and egg as I believe this will me like the McMuffin!
For those calorie counters among us:
Table 1 - Calorie and Nutrition Values for 100g of Tesco English Muffins
Table 2 - Tesco English Muffins Calories and Nutrition per Serving (1 Serving=1 Muffin/72g)
Prices, where to buy
Funnily enough you can buy the tesco English muffins from tesco itself!! They cost £1.99
You can also get four Kingsmill branded for £1.90 or Sainsburys for £1.99
I am going to keep trying recipes with these English muffins but I think they are great!
Well worth the money and can be used for breakfast, lunch or tea.
Also can be frozen so if you see them on special offer and you have freezer space...Great time to buy!!!
Please see my photo below, I let the cheese melt a little more now but that is the end result!
Hope this helps