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This is my favorite snack ever because it's so tasty and super versatile. In the mood for something spicy? Add some pepper. Need more protein? Add chopped deli meat. The possibilities are endless. The fact that this recipe takes less than 10 minutes from start to finish? Even better.

You need:
2 slices of bread (any kind your heart desires. I used wheat sandwich bread)
Olive Oil (Or tomato sauce. Or pesto. Whatever you want)
Shredded Cheese (Again, anything works. I used a blend of provolone and mozzarella)
Toppings-I used banana peppers and sun-dried tomatoes. Mushrooms, chopped deli meat, bell peppers, olives and onions,  also work well
Seasoning- I used red pepper flakes and Italian seasoning. Use what you like.

Step 1: Toast the Bread

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Put the bread in the toaster and toast it.

This step keeps the bread from getting soggy when you put the oil/sauce on it.

Put the bread on a foil-lined baking sheet. This eliminates the need to scrape off baked-on cheese.

Next, brush on olive oil or spoon on sauce.
Tupulov2 years ago
Now my stomach is growling! Well done!
dancer31415 (author)  Tupulov2 years ago
psychofilly2 years ago
They are also great on tortillas if you want a thin crust variety, and you don't have to pretoast anything, just load it with the toppings of choice and bake.
dancer31415 (author)  psychofilly2 years ago
That's a great idea, I've never thought of doing that! Now I need to try it!
jbrauer2 years ago
These are good made with English muffins or bagles. I'm inspired to make them again.

And I've made hundreds of gallons of pizza sauce. Add some extra onion powder, black pepper, and lots of sugar to a can of spaghetti sauce for that pizza restaurant flavor.
dancer31415 (author)  jbrauer2 years ago
Thanks for the sauce tip! I figure almost everyone has the bread to make them, even if they don't have bagels or english muffins on hand at the moment.