Tag Archive: English Muffin

Portabella Pesto Mini Pizzas

Baby pizzas with a grown-up taste! They are yummy. Try them. 🙂

Ingredients: 4 Tb. prepared pesto (try my Spinach Pesto) 3/4 cup raw sliced portabella mushrooms 2 whole wheat English muffins 3 oz. low-fat Mozzarella cheese 1 egg white

Turn oven broiler to High. Grate Mozzarella, and combine in a bowl with …

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Banana Sandwich

I don’t have a whole lot to say about this one, other than YUM. Oh, and be warned that this sucker is intense! You might want to save it until you have a dairy serving to spare for a glass of milk! 🙂


1 whole wheat English muffin 2 Tb. peanut butter 1/2 banana …

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Three Cheese Marinara Muffin Melt

So I spent most of yesterday trying to make homemade whole-wheat no-egg-yolk ravioli for you guys. I started around 9 a.m., and it was finally ready to eat at 2 p.m. It was beautiful, filled with yummy filling, and totally gross! lol. Sorry, I tried!

As I was slaving over it, …

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Cheesy Olive Muffin Melt

These cheesy olive English muffin things are so good, mainly because they are a P90x-ed variation on one of the best appetizers I’ve ever had! Typically, I’ve served this at parties on rye bread squares (you could still do that for yourself, by the way, just keep it to 2 slices …

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Mini Pizzas with Xed Pizza Sauce

I was super excited the other day when I found turkey pepperoni at the store. As you can imagine, visions of pizza creations went dancing through my head! Here’s the first one. =)

Ingredients for Xed Pizza Sauce:

1 Roma tomato 1 tsp. Italian seasoning 1/8 tsp. garlic powder 1/4 tsp. red pepper …

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Herbed Cottage Cheese Spread

Wondering what to eat on your wheat bagel or 2″ x 4 3/4″ potato? 😉 Look no further than this tasty cottage cheese spread. I can’t take full credit for this one – my parents were on the Atkins diet as a kid and we’d have this all the time – …

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Pepper Jack Breakfast Sandwich

One of the best things about cooking for the P90x fitness plan is that you learn how to substitute for oil and butter. This breakfast sandwich is a prime example: normally I’d butter the English muffin, but the softened nonfat pepper jack takes its place nicely!


3 egg …

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