Roasted Green Tomato Canapes

By Jeanie Rose | Tomatoes

Nov 02

Roasted Green Tomato Canapes at FreshBitesDaily.comThis is a real sleeper. I roasted a pan of green tomatoes out of curiosity. There was such a pile of them, wasting a few green toms was no big deal. The experiment was on! The end result was so delightful and tasted most excellent on a cracker with cream cheese and roasted garlic.


  • Crispy whole grain crackers
  • Roasted green tomatoes at room temperature or warmer
  • Softened lebneh (kefir cheese) or creamed cheese
  • Roasted garlic cloves (roast a couple of garlic heads with the tomatoes)
  • Hot sauce of your choice
  • Cilantro leaves or other fresh herb for garnish


  1. Gently spread the cheese on the crackers.
  2. Select a roasted tomato half. Press it gently to flatten and then place on top of the cheese.
  3. Squeeze a roasted garlic clove or two to flatten and place it (them) on top of the tomato.
  4. Drizzle just a bit of hot sauce on top of your cracker creation. Choose a hot sauce mild enough to not overwhelm the other flavors on your cracker.
  5. Garnish each cracker creation with a bit of fresh herb: cilantro, basil, parsley, dill, oregano — any will do. Or make each cracker unique with different herbs.

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Shane Curtis

What a great looking recipe. I love the presentation of the food. Glad to see some good recipes for green tomatoes. Love it much.

Sarah Park

This recipe looks really healthy and perfect for the kids. They will surely love this one.


For a foodie and a starting gourmet chef like me, I’d definitely try this superb recipe. You’ve given bland soda crackers and cheese a new life with your special canapes.


Honestly, I’m more of a main course type of person and I’m not used to canapes and fine dining. (yes I consider them a part of fine dining, those canapes) But these goodies are a must-try! I hope they’re very filling too, not to mention uber-nutritious.


Canapes with a twist! I am not a vegetarian but then again, green tomatoes, cheese, and crackers, and a bit of spice is definitely one delish treat!


I could just imagine popping the canapes on my mount without worrying the awful (for me) taste of green tomatoes. They just look and taste so delicious. I’m actually printing down a list of the ingredients so I could work on them for fine dining dinner tonight


Hey Jeanie,
I just love tomato canapes. My friend used to prepare canapes for me, but she used a different method. I will try the recipe you have given for the tomato canape, and surprise my friend. Thanks a lot for this recipe.


I am surely going to serve it for starters on my New Year’s party. Thanks for sharing.

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