Sunday, January 13, 2013

Maple Syrup Roasted Tomatoes

Check out this beautiful meal I made my family over the holidays. I am pretty proud of these, I must admit. Four different vegan pizzas, all completely delicious. Try one today and fall in love with some new flavor combinations. I used this recipe for two of the pizzas. This is my favorite pizza dough recipe. (If you are interested in the pizza dough recipe, then you must know that there is a typo in the recipe.... leave a comment  here and I can clarify....other than the glaring error,  it's a perfect dough recipe! )  I'll share the recipe for the other two pizzas next Monday, so stay tuned! 

You could serve these lusciously sweet tomatoes over pasta, in salads and burritos, on garlic toast, with rice or just as a side dish to whatever else is on your plate.... they are EXCELLENT! (this recipe comes from Pam's Midwest Kitchen....thanks Pam!! ) 

Here’s what you need:
Grape or cherry tomatoes, halved
2 T maple syrup (no cheating …use the real stuff)
2 T olive oil
2 cloves garlic, minced
Salt, pepper, thyme

Here’s what you do:
Mix everything well in a bowl and pour out onto a foil lined baking sheet. Roast for about 20 minutes or longer  in a 400 degree oven. 


  1. Your house must always smell just fabulous!

  2. Now there is a vegan dish I can get on board with, lol. I but the family really enjoyed these. Hope you and the family had a Happy New Years.

  3. You have a lucky family - what a wonderful meal you made them - I would never have thought of using maple syrup with tomatoes - wonderful idea!
    Mary x

  4. That looks delicious! The pizza in glendale is awesome too.

  5. These look gorgeous, Tracy!! I LOVE pizza. What were all the toppings (aside from the maple tomatoes, of course!)?

    P.S. I finally saw a comment you put on my New Year's Oatmeal Bake asking if you could link to the recipe, sorry!! Of course you can, though I'm sure it's irrelevant now! :-) I didn't used to have the comments on moderation, so wouldn't get notice of them and then sometimes blogger misbehaves, to boot! Sorry again!



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