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These Halloween guacamole cherry tomatoes are a fun and “spooky” Halloween snack. Fun for kids to make and eat and healthy too!
We love to celebrate Halloween in our house. Not only do we love to break out the decorations, but we also love to serve some fun food. If you are looking for a fun, easy and healthy Halloween food to make, these cherry tomatoes are it!
There are only 3 ingredients which makes them even more appealing. I refer to these Halloween guacamole cherry tomatoes and “spook-eye” because the sliced olive on top is supposed to resemble an eye.
Kids can easily help put the together and enjoy eating when they’re done making them!
Why you’ll love this recipe
- Fun for the family to make together
- Healthy, easy and delicious
- Celebrate Halloween with a fun appetizer
What you’ll need to make this recipe.
- Cherry Tomatoes
- Sliced Olives
How to make this recipe
1 – Wash, dry, then cut the tops off of the tomatoes. If the tomatoes won’t stand other own, you may need to slightly slice the bottom of the tomatoes so they will stand on their own.
2 – Using a small spoon (or with your hands or knife), scoop out the flesh and seeds. Leaving the outer shell intact. Drain upside down on paper towels.
3 – Scoop guacamole into a piping bag. You can also scoop the guacamole into a zip top bag and snip the corner of the bag to pipe the guacamole.
4 – Fill each tomato with about 1 tbsp of guacamole. Top with a sliced olive.
5 – Serve immediately or cover and refrigerate.
How do I store my stuffed tomatoes?
Cover and refrigerate for up to a day.
Calories per serving (3 stuffed tomatoes): 106
- 21 cherry tomatoes
- 1 1/4 cups guacamole
- 2 tablespoons sliced olives
- Wash, dry, then cut the tops off of the tomatoes. If the tomatoes won't stand other own, you may need to slightly slice the bottom of the tomatoes so they will stand on their own.
- Using a small spoon (or with your hands or knife), scoop out the flesh and seeds. Leaving the outer shell intact. Drain upside down on paper towels.
- Scoop guacamole into a piping bag. You can also scoop the guacamole into a zip top bag and snip the corner of the bag to pipe the guacamole.
- Fill each tomato with about 1 tablespoon of guacamole. Top with a sliced olive.
- Serve immediately or cover and refrigerate.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 106Total Fat: 8gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 2gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 280mgCarbohydrates: 6gFiber: 2gSugar: 1gProtein: 1g
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