Easy Homemade Bruschetta

Some of you asked about my recipe for my homemade bruschetta I posted on Instagram last night so here it is. It’s SUPER easy to make and is perfect for entertaining!

Here’s what you’ll need:
 4 Roma tomatoes
1/2 Onion
1/4 cup Olive Oil
3 Tbsp of Balsalmic Vinegar
1 Garlic clove (more or less depending on your love for garlic)
Sea Salt
4 Basil Leaves (and some for garnish)
1 Baguette Loaf

This recipe is so easy to throw together in a hurry! Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Next dice up your tomatoes, onion and garlic and place them in a bowl. Then add your olive oil, balsamic vinegar, shredded basil, sea salt (to taste) and mix well. Let your mixture sit for about 20 minutes so the tomatoes really soak up that flavor. Meanwhile prep your baguette. I used a french baguette but Whole Foods also has an amazing loaf made with grains and flax that would kick it up a notch in the nutrition department if you’re interested. Slice up your baguette and drizzle a little olive oil on each piece. Pop the sliced baguette in the oven about 5 minutes before your guest arrive. Just enough time to warm them up and give them a little crunch. Lastly arrange them on a dish however you like and top with the tomato mixture. Add a couple pieces of basil for garnish and viola! Be prepared for these babies to disappear in minutes! Hope you guys enjoy these as much as we did! 

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  1. This looks so yummy! Your hubby is very lucky that you seem like such a talented cook! Can you please do a day in meals with portion sizes? I really appreciate all that I have learned from your blog about healthy/clean eating, but I think I struggle with portion sizes. Also, I'm a college student, and eat many of my meals on the go. If you can do a brown bag breakfast/lunch post or make some suggestions, I would really appreciate it!

  2. I take the cut side of the garlic and run it across the surface of the bread after toasting. I love bruschetta, but I rarely make it since neither the hubs nor I eat bread.

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