These make a great helathy afternoon snack for kids. The best part is that they can help make them. Use bagels, muffins or slices of french bread for the base.
I didn't adjust this recipe much when I scaled this recipe back to three servings. I just used one can of tuna fish and cut the celery salt back by half. Instead of american cheese, I chose to use sharp cheddar. The boys split the third one in half. When I baked these, I baked them at 350* for 12 minutes. They LOVED these "sandwiches"--both of them want this again for lunch tomorrow. - 25 Jun 2012 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Classic recipe with a really cute name! This is perfect for a quick lunch and definitely a favorite when I was a kid! Everyone has their own "signature way" of preparing tuna salad and like many others, I did tweak this a bit for 1 can of tuna using a little more mayo, less seasoning and onion. I toasted my English muffin and didn't bother buttering it then layered the tuna salad and cheese putting the oven at 400 and waiting until the cheese was nice and bubbly! I topped it with a tomato slice and a little cracked black pepper - delish! - 29 Feb 2012 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
A big hit with my husband but I had to crank the oven up to 350 to get the cheese melted and the sandwich heated through. - 11 May 2006 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)