These stuffed tomatoes make the perfect pizza-esque treat for someone who can't have gluten or wants to cut down on their carbs! I can't believe I didn't think to make these sooner!
Start with ripe, juicy tomatoes. Next, brown some gluten free breadcrumbs. Then, prepare an Italian cream cheese filling. Stuff. Sprinkle. Bake. Voilà!
Easy, flavorful and delicious- just how we like it!
They're also perfect for end of summer when you need to use up all of those tomatoes from your neighbor's garden. I mean- one can only make so much salsa...
Honestly, these are great on their own as an appetizer, snack, or even dinner! But, they also make a yummy, healthy side dish! Serve with...
Any type of round, plump tomato will do. Make sure they are about the same size for even roasting. I cut the tomatoes in half, but you could also slice off the top and stuff whole tomatoes. Keep in mind- the larger the tomato, the longer it will take to bake.
Slice off the top of a tomato. Then, use a spoon to scoop out the seeds into a small bowl. For a larger tomato, you could slice the tomato in half, which will make the process much easier.
Store stuffed tomatoes in an airtight container in the fridge for 4-5 days. You could use the microwave to reheat, but oven, air fryer, or toaster oven will give the best re-heated flavor and texture.
These gluten free stuffed tomatoes make a simple, yet flavorful Italian side dish! Picture roasted tomatoes with a cheesy, Italian herb filling!
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