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Then it's time to microwave! I stuck these two in for a minute and thirty seconds on high, but only one minute on high when I make one of them.  Once the timer goes off it's time to chow down and enjoy!

Microwaving times may vary from unit to unit so adjust accordingly! 

Please share some of your creations with me, I'd love to try them! :)
<p>I just cut a single slice out of a huge frozen pizza and cut out a matching triangle of thin aluminum foil. I place the foil onto a microwavable plate and put the pizza slice on top.<br><br>Little or no foil exposed. Cooked in the mw for three minutes on high. It came out bubbling on top. I removed the foil and the bottom was wet but not soggy.<br><br>The very tip of the slice was dry and sort of hard. The crust was also hard but some people eat hard crusts anyway - I don t like crusts.<br><br>Once it cooled the bottom dried out somewhat and I could see that there was a slight browning.<br><br>The rest of the pizza was delicious.</p>
What a fun idea! I've done these with tortillas, but bread looks just as yummy!
Hmm, never thought of using tortillas, I'll have to try that one, thanks for the idea! :)

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