Bruschetta is a classic simple Italian appetizer and a great way to enjoy a savory snack! Personally, I’ve always been a fan of bruschetta’s and thus it was about time to come up with a healthier version of the original. The next time you feel a snack attack coming up, use this recipe to dish up a healthy and fresh bruschetta snack!
Bruschetta is some sort of tasty tomato salsa that is usually served on a piece of toasted white bread. Girls on a healthy mission don’t get too happy from white bread and high-calorie bruschetta salsa, but we do love good food – right? Well, at least I do! Good thing you won’t notice this recipe is a healthier version of the original bruschetta bite.. pinky promise!
Healthy bruschetta is quick and easy to make with only 6 ingredients. Here’s how!
– 6 tomato’s
– 2 glove of garlic
– 3 tbspn olive oil
– 20 gr. crumbled walnuts
– Protein crackers
Optional: black olives and onion
- Energy: 191,8 kcal
- Protein: 4,2 g
- Carbs: 10,7 g
- Fat: 15,9 g
- Fiber: 2,9 g
1. Cut the tomato’s in little cubes, eliminate the seeds and add it into a bowl.
2. Cut the garlic as well and add it to the tomato cubes in the bowl, along with the olive oil, pepper and basilicum (to taste), crumbled walnuts (use your hands to crumble) and optional the black olives and onion (cut small).
3. Now use a fork to stir the bruschetta mixture and taste to find out if you need more garlic, pepper or basilicum.
I prefer to eat my healthy bruschetta for lunch/snack with protein crackers or simply add the bruschetta salsa to my salad or omelette. Yummy! Please tell me in the comment section below if you’re going to try this recipe?! 🙂