How To Make A Toast Bread Tuna Pizza 

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I am so happy to introduce you to our next Guest here today, Thelma Alberts  She has a multitude of pages, see the end of this post where you can connect with her

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I was so surprised and happy when Esmé invited me to write a guest post to her The Recipe Hunter site. It was also a coincidence that at the same time she invited me, I was reading her blog about being a guest poster. I met her in The Recipe Hunter facebook group and since then I love interacting with the group. It took me a few weeks until I was ready to submit this guest blog of mine. Thank you for the invitation, Esmé  🙂 


I started writing online in 2011 at my main writing site HubPages. It is a content writing site and I am 7 years member there. After a few years of writing at HP, I joined other writing sites like Bubblews, Niume, CGP… which sad to say, are gone forever.

Through writing online, I learned a lot not only about writing but also about the computer. Yes, I tried and tested many things regarding computer apps and gadgets. I met many fascinating writers, bloggers, bakers and cooks/chefs online. I became adventurous and didn´t want to stay on one site and so I opened an account on Googles Blogspot and started writing on my own sites with many topics. I write many things about traveling, tips, gardening, massage, Germany and most of all baking and cooking.

Through my passion for writing, I met a fellow Filipina who is like me, married to a German. We have the same interest as she is a writer and a poet. She is Ces, a publisher of a Filipino German Blog Magazine PILYA, in Germany. I write for her magazine since the beginning of it.

Through my love of taking videos about my travel, I venture to posting videos about the places I have been to in my home country the Philippines and my 2nd home Germany. I joined YouTube and have my own channel, Thellys Travel Videos & More.

Writing makes me forget everything but baking and cooking is what I do most when I have no idea what to write.


How To Make A Toast Bread Tuna Pizza

Ingredients: for 2-3 persons
6 pieces of toast bread
1 can (400g) tomato chunks with sauce
1 can (150g) tuna flakes in oil
100 g Emmentaler or Gouda grated cheese
dried Italian pizza herbs
parchment paper on the baking tray


Put a parchment paper on the baking tray. Line up the 6 toast bread on it.
Spread 2 tablespoons of the tomato chunks with sauce on every slice of bread.
Sprinkle dried Italian pizza herbs.
Add some grated cheese on top of the herbs. Then add the tuna flakes on top.
Then add the remaining grated cheese on top of the tuna flakes.
Bake for 15 to 20 minutes in the preheated 200°C oven.
Serve hot and if you wish, with vegetable salad.


This recipe is one of the best easy to make food when you will have an unexpected visitor. That is if you have all those ingredients in your storeroom.
Enjoy and thanks for reading.

Thelma Octoberfest
Me last Octoberfest in Germany 2017

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