Some things are just better done homemade, and when Homemade Whole Wheat English Muffins are as simple as these are, there’s no reason not to! They make the best breakfast sandwiches and mini pizzas!
I am a firm believer that if you can make something from scratch as opposed to buying the packaged equivalent from the store, you should probably just do it as often as possible. There are a ton of unnecessary added ingredients, chemicals, and preservatives that are added to packaged foods, and although I can’t avoid them all the time, I do my best to do what I can.
Believe me when I say that I understand being a busy mom. I work full time, I’ve got this little ole’ blog here, and I have a family and home to take care of. I’m a busy gal! Yet, there are some things that are worth taking a couple little extra steps for. And the good thing is that these little English Muffins are so simple and hardly take much time at all.
Aren’t they just the cutest?! They puffed up all cute and miniature-like and just looked so perfect!
Rarely do I make food that looks as perfect as the store-bought version, so I was completely proud of myself and how they turned out. I will admit, I was a little scared of the yeast situation in the ingredient list. And maybe you are too. But seriously, don’t be. Throw it in just like any other ingredient and move on. It’ll all turn out just fine. Even if you think that you can’t bake anything with yeast in it, because I’ve ruined my fair share of yeast-y breads over the years. This was pretty much fool proof!
And the awesome thing is that my son was so amazed that I could create “circle toast” at home without going to the store and buying it! No qualms about it being homemade. No complaints about it being whole wheat. Just toast it up, slap on some jam, and enjoy!
Obviously these would make amazing breakfast sandwiches or mini pizzas as well!