Total Time
Prep 45 mins
Cook 0 mins

These are like taking a little bite of summer. The flavors blend so well and taste great. They never stand a chance at picnics or potlucks. They always are gone before the meal begins. Quantities and ingredients may be adapted to suit your personal tastes.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Cut slice off tops of tomatoes.
  2. Use a small (1/4 tsp) metal measuring spoon to scoop out pulp and discard.
  3. Invert tomatoes on paper towels to drain.
  4. Combine remaining ingredients.
  5. Spoon mixture into tomatoes.
  6. Refrigetate several hours.
  7. Watch them disappear.
Most Helpful

I made these at New Year and should have tripled it, the vanished so quickly. I will make these often all through the year, I know.

Nelly February 24, 2003

All about making it easy - just a couple tips - for those having trouble "stuffing the tomatoes" - put the filling inside a small plastic bag, snip the end of the bag and squeeze the filling into tomatoes - like a pastry bag.
Don't have time or don't feel like cooking the bacon - use the Oscar Meyer bacon pieces.

beckyt_7826925 July 03, 2011

These were AWESOME. I tripled the recipe to take to my nephews graduation party. I'm glad I made so many!! There weren't any left to take home. It took quite a while to get them all made but it was worth it. I baked my bacon in the oven which made everything easier. I baked it on a rack on a cookie sheet lined with aluminum foil. That way all the grease falls through the rack and collected all on the aluminum foil for easy clean up. I really really loved these and think that sometime I might just mix up the filling and spread it on toast and top with with tomato slices...*yum*. Thanks so much for posting, this is definitely going in the keeper file!!

Shelby Jo June 27, 2010

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