“Cheezy” Roasted Tomatoes (Dairy-Free)

I’ve been trying some new cooking techniques I learned in the cooking class I took last weekend with Chef Bravo. I made some roasted tomatoes yesterday that were fabulous. I know it’s not exactly tomato season, but I found some hydroponic ones at Costco that were grown without pesticides and looked really red and delicious.

I started by slicing them in half and placing them on a parchment-lined baking sheet with the cut side up:

Cheezy roasted tomato recipe (dairy-free) from Carrie on Living | www.carrieonliving.com

I then sprinkled some nutritional yeast and dried oregano on top of each one:

Cheezy roasted tomato recipe (dairy-free) from Carrie on Living | www.carrieonliving.com After 25 minutes in a 375 degree oven, they looked like this:

Cheezy roasted tomato recipe (dairy-free) from Carrie on Living | www.carrieonliving.comThese were so yummy that I just ate them straight out of the oven, but they would be great on a salad or served as an easy appetizer:

Cheezy roasted tomato recipe (dairy-free) from Carrie on Living | www.carrieonliving.com

Here’s the recipe:

"Cheezy" Roasted Tomatoes (Dairy-Free)
"Cheezy" Roasted Tomatoes 6 servings
Recipe type: Appetizer
Serves: 2-4
  • 10-12 medium tomatoes
  • 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast
  • 1 tablespoon dried oregano
  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and slice the tomatoes in half, keeping a top half and a bottom half. Place the tomato slices on the baking sheet with the cut side up and sprinkle each slice with nutritional yeast and dried oregano. Bake for 25 minutes or until the tops have started to brown slightly.

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  1. Kara says

    My son loves tomatoes and mushrooms!!! I will try this recipe on him!! Yum!!! Thank you for more inspiration!!!!

  2. says

    I wanted to ask before posting today on the linkie…I have a contest on my blog but it’s still Healthy and Vegan and Friday and as you know I usually participate each week and don’t spam…but didn’t know if there was a rule against it since I had a contest within the post? Let me know and then I will link up if I am allowed!

    Happy Weekend 🙂

  3. Jill says

    Thank you for this recipe. I am going to try it this weekend. I have been trying to keep all oils out of my diet. Being vegan is easy, easy, easy. It is avoiding oils that I have trouble with.

  4. Lisa says

    OH yum!!! I love roasted tomatoes, but they have always had breadcrumbs…put this one in my favorites..;)

  5. says

    Wow – that totally made my day that my recipe was so popular last week =D

    Those tomatoes look so tasty! What a great idea – I love that it is a quick and easy meal.

  6. Danae Johnson says

    Yum… All the recipes look just delicious today. And may I say roasted tomatoes with balsamic and fresh basil might be another great variation!! My mouth waters at the thought. Hope you have a great weekend and look forward to Monday’s post!


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