Buttermilk Baked Tomatoes

Buttermilk Baked Tomatoes created by Katanashrp

Tasty baked tomatoes that I often make in the summer when I am dieting. Only 1 WW point for a whole tomato! I found recipe years ago in The Calculating Cook, a gourment cookbook for diabetics and dieters.

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  • Cut tomatoes in half, seed, and place cut side up in broiler safe baking dish.
  • Pour 1 tablespoon of buttermilk into each tomato half then sprinkle top of each with cheese, salt and pepper.
  • Bake at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes; then place under broiler until lightly browned.
  • You may add oregano, basil, tarragon, garlic, or rosemary for a flavor change.
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"Tasty baked tomatoes that I often make in the summer when I am dieting. Only 1 WW point for a whole tomato! I found recipe years ago in The Calculating Cook, a gourment cookbook for diabetics and dieters."
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  1. Joycee Troyer
    I wonder what the buttermilk does for this recipe? Nevertheless it was very good. I felt like I was eating a mini pizza along with the rest of my dinner. I will definitely make these again and again!
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  2. Katanashrp
    Buttermilk Baked Tomatoes Created by Katanashrp
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  3. Katanashrp
    I must admit, I was reluctant to make this recipe as I wasn't sure what to expect. I sprinkled the tomatoes with pizza seasoning and the outcome was very good and looked very appetizing. I will most definitely make this again. Thank you.
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  4. Mustang Sally 54269
    Enjoyed the flavours, thanks for sharing
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  5. Miss Diggy
    This was just ok for us. We served it with couscous, and a salad for a vegetarian meal. It may be something I make again. Thanks.
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