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Gluten Free Tomato Bruschetta

This Gluten Free Tomato Bruschetta is bursting with flavor from fresh cherry tomatoes, basil, garlic and balsamic vinegar. It’s perfect for piling high on bruschetta, crackers or even straight from the bowl with a spoon!

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Gluten Free Tomato Bruschetta

Gluten Free Tomato Bruschetta is one of my all time favorite appetizers – it’s right up there with my cheesy artichoke dip, Crack Dip and Seven Layer Taco Dip. It’s perfect with fresh summer tomatoes and basil. Since I have yet to master the gluten free baguette or found an amazing bread alternative, Partners Free for All Gluten Free Crackers are a great stand in for the typical crostini you’d serve with bruschetta.

They’re super crispy and hold up well to the tomatoes with the perfect amount of salt to compliment the taste of the gluten free tomato bruschetta. They’re also perfect bite sized pieces so there’s no awkward biting-into-your-crostini-with-half-the-toppings-falling-off moment.

Easy Tomato Bruschetta from What The Fork Food Blog | @WhatTheForkBlog |

Partner’s Free for All Kitchen Gluten Free Crackers come in three flavors, Olive Oil & Sea Salt, Roasted Garlic and Rosemary, and Olive Oil & Herb. All three taste great with this tomato bruschetta but my fav is the Olive Oil & Herb variety. They also have deli crackers and snack packs in the same flavors along with some double chocolate brownie thins that are perfect for dessert dips.

The crackers are Non-GMO and are made with Cassava flour and five ancient grains so they’re a snack you really can feel good about with no guilt since you’re also loading up on some essential vitamins from the tomatoes. Yay for happy snacking!

Easy Tomato Bruschetta from What The Fork Food Blog | @WhatTheForkBlog |

To me, summer ripe tomatoes = love. I big puffy heart them. They’re sweet, juicy and incredibly flavorful. Toss them together with a few other special ingredients (garlic, basil, olive oil and balsamic vinegar) and you’ve got yourself a winning snack or appetizer every single time.

I serve this almost as a dip style appetizer. I like to use the crackers to scoop the tomatoes up but you can also pile the crackers high with as much tomato/basil/garlic love as you want. Just no double dipping, please!

Whenever I serve this at a gathering, it’s gone. However, in the event that you do have any leftovers, it’s great tossed with some hot pasta and some freshly grated Parmesan cheese or diced fresh mozzarella.

Since summer is quickly coming to a close, it’s also time to start thinking about back to school lunches…gasp! My daughter will be starting preschool this year (big tears on my part) and one thing I’ve already started planning is lunches. I’m already planning on filling her Bento boxes with fruit, sandwiches, meat rollups, veggies & dip, yogurt, etc. but these crackers would be a great addition.

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Easy Tomato Bruschetta from What The Fork Food Blog | @WhatTheForkBlog |

This tomato bruschetta is also super portable and would make an excellent up-scale lunch to bring to work. Just think how impressed your co-workers will be when you pull out some fresh tomato bruschetta with these crackers and maybe some fresh mozzarella or ricotta. There will be a lot of jealous peeps wishing they had a lunch like you.

You can also get the this gluten free tomato bruschetta recipe over on Food Fanatic. Enjoy!

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  1. Love bruschetta!! Those tomatoes look so juicy. Yum!! I need to look into those crackers too.! Congrats on your baby starting preschool. I have a 2nd grader and 7th grader. It’s crazy how fast they grow up. Have fun planning her bento box lunches. My son is too cool for school for me to pack a lunch and my daughter like only PB&J. My kids are so boring now, hehe. Gonna make this asap for my lunches. Pinned!

    • Sharon says:

      I’m so torn about her starting preschool! Some days I’m excited for her and other days I just want to hold her close and not let her go ?

  2. Dear Sharon, these looks like the perfect little summer appetizer. I’ve never tried these Partner’s crackers (yet), but your yummy bruschetta complements them so well! And I just picked my first garden tomato today…

  3. LOVE bruschetta!! I can’t get enough of summer tomatoes. I’m going to go into withdrawal when the season is over!

  4. Bruschetta is one of my all time fav appetizers too… or meals! 🙂 Because, I feel you – with a spoon (or your hands if no one is looking) right into your mouth, on repeat is the way I could eat this Bruschetta! 🙂 Cheers, girlfriend and Happy Friday!
    P.S. I have been trying to comment on previous posts of yours via my phone, with error messages. I finally decided to sit my self down at my desk and pay you and your lovely site a visit so I could leave you a comment! (<– this started with your birthday post. So since I never got to say it- Happy belated birthday!) <3