Petite Pizzas

9 Sep

Happy Monday eve!  This is going to be a quick one because I’m exhausted.  But before beauty rest comes this post– quick, simple, healthy, and creative.  Have 20 minutes on a weeknight?  Make petite pizzas! You’ll need some basics, and then can have some fun with whatever ingredients you have around.  I used whole wheat English Muffins, some leftover tomato sauce, and Mozzarella and Colby Jack cheese for my basics.  Then made two kinds of petite pizzas because variety is the spice of life, amirite?  One was prosciutto, mozzarella, and sauteed garlic spinach.  The second was a fried runny egg, cherry tomatoes, Colby Jack cheese, and chives.  DELISH.

Things you need to cook before the oven toaster: tomatoes, spinach, and egg

Cherry tomatoes

Assembly line!

Assembly line

NOM!

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I’m not usually a fan of the runny egg, but oy was it just the right amount of gooey to soak up into the muffin.  Pair with some white wine, a candle, and Monday Night Football, and you have yourself a treat.

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3 Responses to “Petite Pizzas”

  1. Patricia Zaido September 11, 2014 at 1:35 pm #

    Colby

    Just wanted you to know that I read and really enjoy your blog

    Patricia Zaido

    • nommingonabudget September 11, 2014 at 1:38 pm #

      Thanks so much Patricia! That really means a lot. Feel free to let me know if you ever want me to post about something in particular! 🙂

  2. Madison October 29, 2014 at 9:15 pm #

    these look SO good. do more homemade pizzas plz

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