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Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

Nutrition:
Calories: 75
Fat: 7 grams
Net Carbohydrate: 2.6 grams
Protein: 0.5 grams

Fierce Food Facts: Tomatoes are an important source of potassium, a mineral that helps to conduct electrical impulses throughout the body, which is especially important for the heart. Roasted tomatoes also release lycopene in an easily absorbable raw form, which is a carotenoid that may improve cancer risk.

Photographed By: Anne Watson


Directions:

In a medium-sized glass bowl, mix together the garlic, EVOO, vinegar, sweetener, and salt. Whisk to combine until the sweetener and salt are dissolved, then add the herbs.

Place the washed cherry tomatoes on a ½ sheet pan and pour the oil mixture over them. Toss the tomatoes to evenly coat with the mixture.

Bake for 75 minutes at 325°. Remove from the oven and let cool on the pan. Scrape every little juicy bit into a glass jar and refrigerate for up to 5 days. Use on pasta, pizza, scrambled eggs, and more!

Kids Can Cook Tips: Kids of all ages can wash the tomatoes and remove the stems, help measure the olive oil, vinegar, sweetener, salt, and pepper. They can also help remove the leaves from the thyme and oregano, tearing them into pea-sized pieces.

Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

2 pounds cherry tomatoes, left whole

4 garlic cloves, smashed

8 tablespoons EVOO

2 tablespoons red wine vinegar

2 tablespoons fresh thyme, leaves only

1 tablespoon fresh oregano, leaves only

2 tablespoons Lakanto golden monkfruit sweetener

2 teaspoons coarse salt

1 teaspoon coarse pepper

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Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

Perfect for topping on your favorite homemade pizza or saving them for a sandwich tomorrow, this recipe is a super-easy way to ensure you always have tasty roasted tomatoes on hand.

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50/50 mixes of powerful veggies and starchy favorites

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85 Total Minutes

16 Servings

Ingredients

2 pounds cherry tomatoes, left whole

4 garlic cloves, smashed

8 tablespoons EVOO

2 tablespoons red wine vinegar

2 tablespoons fresh thyme, leaves only

1 tablespoon fresh oregano, leaves only

2 tablespoons Lakanto golden monkfruit sweetener

2 teaspoons coarse salt

1 teaspoon coarse pepper

2 pounds cherry tomatoes, left whole

4 garlic cloves, smashed

8 tablespoons EVOO

2 tablespoons red wine vinegar

2 tablespoons fresh thyme, leaves only

1 tablespoon fresh oregano, leaves only

2 tablespoons Lakanto golden monkfruit sweetener

2 teaspoons coarse salt

1 teaspoon coarse pepper

2 pounds cherry tomatoes, left whole

4 garlic cloves, smashed

8 tablespoons EVOO

2 tablespoons red wine vinegar

2 tablespoons fresh thyme, leaves only

1 tablespoon fresh oregano, leaves only

2 tablespoons Lakanto golden monkfruit sweetener

2 teaspoons coarse salt

1 teaspoon coarse pepper

Kitchen Equipment

Medium-sized glass bowl

Sheet pan

Jar (for storing)

Medium-sized glass bowl

Sheet pan

Jar (for storing)

Medium-sized glass bowl

Sheet pan

Jar (for storing)

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Reading time:

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Nutrition:
Calories: 75
Fat: 7 grams
Net Carbohydrate: 2.6 grams
Protein: 0.5 grams

Fierce Food Facts: Tomatoes are an important source of potassium, a mineral that helps to conduct electrical impulses throughout the body, which is especially important for the heart. Roasted tomatoes also release lycopene in an easily absorbable raw form, which is a carotenoid that may improve cancer risk.

Photographed By: Anne Watson


Directions:

In a medium-sized glass bowl, mix together the garlic, EVOO, vinegar, sweetener, and salt. Whisk to combine until the sweetener and salt are dissolved, then add the herbs.

Place the washed cherry tomatoes on a ½ sheet pan and pour the oil mixture over them. Toss the tomatoes to evenly coat with the mixture.

Bake for 75 minutes at 325°. Remove from the oven and let cool on the pan. Scrape every little juicy bit into a glass jar and refrigerate for up to 5 days. Use on pasta, pizza, scrambled eggs, and more!

Kids Can Cook Tips: Kids of all ages can wash the tomatoes and remove the stems, help measure the olive oil, vinegar, sweetener, salt, and pepper. They can also help remove the leaves from the thyme and oregano, tearing them into pea-sized pieces.

Nutrition:
Calories: 75
Fat: 7 grams
Net Carbohydrate: 2.6 grams
Protein: 0.5 grams

Fierce Food Facts: Tomatoes are an important source of potassium, a mineral that helps to conduct electrical impulses throughout the body, which is especially important for the heart. Roasted tomatoes also release lycopene in an easily absorbable raw form, which is a carotenoid that may improve cancer risk.

Photographed By: Anne Watson


Directions:

In a medium-sized glass bowl, mix together the garlic, EVOO, vinegar, sweetener, and salt. Whisk to combine until the sweetener and salt are dissolved, then add the herbs.

Place the washed cherry tomatoes on a ½ sheet pan and pour the oil mixture over them. Toss the tomatoes to evenly coat with the mixture.

Bake for 75 minutes at 325°. Remove from the oven and let cool on the pan. Scrape every little juicy bit into a glass jar and refrigerate for up to 5 days. Use on pasta, pizza, scrambled eggs, and more!

Kids Can Cook Tips: Kids of all ages can wash the tomatoes and remove the stems, help measure the olive oil, vinegar, sweetener, salt, and pepper. They can also help remove the leaves from the thyme and oregano, tearing them into pea-sized pieces.

Nutrition:
Calories: 75
Fat: 7 grams
Net Carbohydrate: 2.6 grams
Protein: 0.5 grams

Fierce Food Facts: Tomatoes are an important source of potassium, a mineral that helps to conduct electrical impulses throughout the body, which is especially important for the heart. Roasted tomatoes also release lycopene in an easily absorbable raw form, which is a carotenoid that may improve cancer risk.

Photographed By: Anne Watson


Directions:

In a medium-sized glass bowl, mix together the garlic, EVOO, vinegar, sweetener, and salt. Whisk to combine until the sweetener and salt are dissolved, then add the herbs.

Place the washed cherry tomatoes on a ½ sheet pan and pour the oil mixture over them. Toss the tomatoes to evenly coat with the mixture.

Bake for 75 minutes at 325°. Remove from the oven and let cool on the pan. Scrape every little juicy bit into a glass jar and refrigerate for up to 5 days. Use on pasta, pizza, scrambled eggs, and more!

Kids Can Cook Tips: Kids of all ages can wash the tomatoes and remove the stems, help measure the olive oil, vinegar, sweetener, salt, and pepper. They can also help remove the leaves from the thyme and oregano, tearing them into pea-sized pieces.

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