Awesome English Muffin Pizzas!

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Introduction: Awesome English Muffin Pizzas!

About: my name is isaac. i am a Christian

Make delicious mini Pizzas in less than ten minutes!

Step 1: Materials and Food

For this instructable you will need a few things.
- a fairly small pan ( depending on how many your going to make)
- English Muffins
- Tomato sauce
- optional toppings ( such as pepperoni, olives, cheese, Canadian bacon, pineapple, etc.)
- an oven preheated to 425°F convection (if possible)

Safety: be careful, the oven will be hot so wear an oven mitt.

Step 2: Make Your Pizzas

While you're preheating your oven, you can start making your mini pizza's! Start out with splitting the English Muffins. The put them on the pan with the inside facing up. Spread two tablespoons of tomato sauce on each pizza then add cheese and any desired toppings. Once your oven is preheated, put in your mini pizza's. Set the timer for 7 minutes. Add 1-2 minutes if needed. Let the pizza's cool for 2 minutes. Enjoy! Please Vote! This instructable was made by my brother and I.

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    Do yours come out a little soggy?

    I make these in my toaster oven. Usually I toast (in a regular toaster) the muffins first, then add sauce, toppings and put them in the toaster oven. My only complaint is that the sauce usually makes the muffin slightly soggy. I usually cook them at 350* until the cheese has melted and browned a little. I'll try it at a higher temp like yours.

    Thank you for sharing.

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    Thanks for the feedback. If the amount of sauce you makes it soggy, then try a little less than normal.

    but I love my pizzas with lots of sauce. :)

    :) Tried lightly toasting the English Muffins before putting the sauce on.

    Wait, you already did that. Using a higher temp helps