Pineapple & Peas Pizza Toasts

Nuvita Biscuits


  • 6 bread slices (any kind from white, whole meal to grains)
  • A cup of frozen peas
  • 2 slices of canned pineapple
  • 1/4 onion
  • 2 tbsps tomato paste
  • 1 tsp oregano, or any Italian herbs you have
  • 2 tbsps ketchup
  • 1 cup shredded cheese (cheddar, mozzarella, parmesan), whatever you have really
  • paprika (optional)


  • Preheat oven to 200 degrees celsius / 392 degrees fahrenheit. Line a tray with baking paper.
  • Lightly toast the bread slices. To give you an idea how I “lightly” toast the bread, from scale 1 to 9 (according to my toaster), I toasted the bread on number 2. Then, rest them on the tray.
  • In medium sized bowl, pour boiling water over frozen peas and let them sit until fully thawed. Drained and set aside.
  • Roughly slice the pineapple and onion into pieces.


Recipe Comments

  1. posted by Ray D on Feb 5, 2013

    It doesn’t matter what side it is, they see a shadowy organization behind anything as mundane as the slicing of bread — they prefer to rip bread apart than be a Commie and have the bread sliced for them!

  2. posted by Praveen on Mar 17, 2013

    Hey guys, I’m 23, and I have been consuming whole wheat bread every morning for the past year for breakfast and even some times for my snacks consisting of a tuna sandwich or turkey sandwich. More specifically my breakfast consist of 2 whole wheat toast, egg whites with turkey and a piece of fruit + 2 cups of water. My body right now has built a significant amount of muscle mass after a year of dedication. I am not huge but I am getting close to my desirable goal, lean and ripped. My body type is an athletic built right now. The only fat I have on my body is a just a little around my lower abdomen area. My question is, will cutting back on the whole wheat bread show results? Mind you, I consume 1 heaping scoop of “ON” serious mass protien after my workout for recovery. I spend about 2-3 hours at the gym every day. I eat very healthy but I still have some trouble in the abdomen area. I can see my abs but its not the desired result I would like, I work them out every other day but I still have that small percentage of unwanted body fat around them that prevents me from getting my 6 pack from buldging out. I mean, whole wheat bread are empty calories anyway right? I eat ALOT of protien everyday, I need all the protien I can get. Is this really a small part of why I’m not loosing some of the fat? I dont expect to have 0% body fat either of course, I know that. About 6 months ago I use to run 45 min EVERYDAY, (stupidly) which prevented me from gaining the desired muscle gain I wanted but effectively lost the fat I have no, I was practically burning all the muscle I was working for though. Now that have stopped the intensive cardio, I got bigger then before after I stopped running about since 6 months ago I have been doing little to no cardio at all and focusing soley on resistance training. Here is my daily meals. Tell me what I might be doing wrong…. please? =)

    (Breakfast: 7:30 a.m)
    2 whole wheat toast
    Egg whites with 2 slices of turkey
    2 cups of water

    (Snack 9:30 a.m)
    Dry Tuna sandwich (2 whole wheat breads)
    Sliced Apple
    2 cups of water

    (Lunch 12:30 or 1:00 p.m)
    Chicken breast
    Broccoli with Boiled carrots
    2 cups of water

    (Snack 2:30 p.m)
    Dry Turkey sandwich with just letuce & tomato (2 whole wheat breads)
    Whey protien shake + 2 cups of water

    (GYM from 4:00 – 6:30 p.m)

    (Dinner 7:00 p.m)
    Tilapia or Salmon
    Boiled Veggies
    Whole wheat pasta (Not to often)
    2 cups of water

    (9:30 p.m)
    “ON” Serious Mass protien shake for recovery

    In bed by 11:30 p.m -12:00 a.m

  3. posted by Wooooody on Mar 19, 2013

    I am in the healthy weight range, i’m not trying to lose weight, gain weight or anything.
    Basically, just trying to prevent myself from gaining weight :)

    So if I use whole wheat bread, 1 slice of cheese + 2 slices of turkey or ham + tomatoes,
    is that healthy?

  4. posted by heavenly sword on Mar 22, 2013

    1. Get sub bread. Slice in half. Add cheese( but which cheese to use that’s taste reseambles the cheese at subway shop, eg mild / and spicy cheese they have?)so do i get cheddar? please tell me which cheese!
    2. toast. But how do I toast this with the cheese on top with my toaster? Should I grill it for 3 minutes in my oven?
    3. Add salad-thats the easy part
    4. Add sauce. I love the sweet onion sauce they have but I doubt i can buy it anywhere for myself. What sauce would taste nice with this? Mayo you think :S or sweet chilli?

    Please can you give me ideas, i want the homemade one to tast practically the same as the one in the Subway sandwhich shops.

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