Quick Bruschetta for Two

"This recipe is adapted from Kraft Foods. It is quick and easy for a weeknight treat. Reduced fat cheese can be used as well as dressing."
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  • In a small bowl, mix together the quartered tomatoes, cheeses, basil and dressing.
  • Lightly toast the 2 slices of bread, rub the toasted bread with the peeled garlic.
  • Spoon the tomato mixture on top of bread and place the under a broiler just until the cheese begins to melt.
  • Serve warm and enjoy!

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  1. Yummy! Made as written and would not change a thing. Thanks so much for the great post.
  2. I'll have to give this a try. I've always found fresh tomato, fresh basil and diced mozz cheese mixed with balsamic vinegar and olive oil on toasted bread to be the bomb. Thanks for the new idea.
  3. I used orange cherry tomatoes from my garden. And I used a bit more of mozzarella. We love cheese LOL Thanks Paula. Made for the Babes of ZWT4
  4. I was so hungry after work the other night and just needed something to tide me over until dinner was ready. This was so good and just the right amount. I did use fresh mozzarella which I just cut in small pieces. Made for the Babes of ZWT4.
  5. Yum! I loved the italian dressing here. The taste of this bruschetta made me think of pizza! A delicious, quick and very easy bruschetta! Thanks PaulaG. Made during ZWT 4.


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