Garden Fresh Mediterranean Bruschetta

Jazz things up with this easy peasy Garden Fresh Mediterranean Bruschetta! This recipe easily makes a small serving or a large bowl for a crowd. Adjust to your liking and have at it!

Garden Fresh Mediterranean Bruschetta

Can’t. Stop. Eating. This.

Garden Fresh Mediterranean Bruschetta

Below are the small-batch measurements. Feel free to double, triple, or quadruple the recipe as desired! It’s great as a snack and perfect for sharing with friends and family at your next party or potluck! The leftovers are also pretty darn fantastic too! Love it so!

ingredients

  • 2 plum or Roma tomatoes, diced
  • 1/2 English cucumber, peeled and diced
  • 2-4 TBSP crumbed feta cheese
  • Fresh baguette or pita bread, sliced

For the dressing: Grab your favorite Greek blend or whisk together 1 tsp each of olive oil, vinegar, and lemon juice with a little bit of fresh or dried dill, garlic powder, and a pinch of salt and pepper.  Zest it up any way you’d like! Onion, fresh garlic, parsley or even some flavorful red pepper flakes. Play with your produce and your taste buds will forever thank you.

instructions

Toss everything together and serve on sliced french bread or fluffy pita wedges for a refreshingly delicious snack or appetizer that keeps you out of the kitchen. It’s also amazing on top of chicken and as a salad topper for kale or romaine lettuce. YUM!

Mediterranean Bruschetta

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Garden Fresh Mediterranean Bruschetta

We can't stop eating this crazy delicious garden fresh mediterranean bruschetta! It's so easy to make and great for snacking!

Course Appetizer
Cuisine Mediterranean
Keyword Mediterranean Bruschetta
Prep Time 8 minutes
Total Time 8 minutes
Servings 2 servings
Author Jenn Laughlin - Peas and Crayons

Ingredients

  • 2 plum or Roma tomatoes diced
  • 1/2 English cucumber peeled + diced
  • 2-4 TBSP crumbed feta
  • French baguette rounds
  • For the dressing: Grab your favorite Greek blend or whisk together 1 tsp olive oil, vinegar, and lemon juice with dill, garlic powder, and a pinch of salt and pepper.  Zest it up any way you'd like!  Onion, fresh garlic, parsley or even some flavorful red pepper flakes.  Play with your food and your taste buds will forever thank you.

Instructions

  1. Toss everything together and serve on sliced french bread for a refreshingly delicious snack or appetizer that keeps you out of the kitchen.

If you get a chance to try this Garden Fresh Mediterranean Bruschetta, let me know! Leave some love in the comment form below or tag your photos with @peasandcrayons on Instagram so I can happy dance over your creation.

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  • KT @ KT's Refinishing School

    Are you moved in yet?  I can’t wait to hear more about the new house and hopefully get a virtual house tour 🙂

    We had a few casualties–china and stemware included 🙁 –during our move.  I hope you didn’t/won’t suffer the same fate!

  • Errign


    Droooling over the bruschetta!

  • Allison @ PickyEatingRD

    I can’t believe your house is already finished!  What I also can’t believe is I have watched it via your blog being built in its entirety! Good luck with the  move!

  • that bruschetta looks so delish!
    and your house come along beautifully…. so happy and excited for you! 🙂

  • Jill @ SA Newlywed

    Your house is so cute! My fiance and I are hoping to get a house by the years end! Good luck!

  • Erica Jordan

    OO delicious! i love bruschetta! BRU-SKETTA (said in thick italian accent like Giada Delerentais)

    my goto summer snack is either watermelon or chips/salsa…MM MM

    i am pretty good at unpacking…but im not very good at lugging boxes and heavy thigns hahah

    xoxoxo

  • Congratulations! The house looks lovely – and I love the “free tree” 🙂
    I’d offer to help you move but I’ve got a feeling that by the time I’d flown 3,000-odd miles, you’d probably have finished… 🙂

  • That bruschetta looks lush!

    Your house looks so cute! So different to the types of houses we have over here in the UK!

  • Omg your home is gorgeous!! 

  • Love your new home – congratulations!

    You know I’d totally help you move if I was even kind of close.  Granted, I’m a wimp and my arms look like spaghetti, but I’m good at packing after moving 18 times growing up (and more since then). 

    I would also bring you vegetarian, GF, casseroles that were filling and delicious.

    All hypothetical, of course, since I’m in Utah, but I’d SO be there for you, girl!

  • Stephanie

    Summer is for slacking…ha!  Love it!  I’ll help you move.  But only if you’ll let me take a ride on the blue bird’s back.

  • Leanne @ Healthful Pursuit

    I love doing this sort of thing as a salad during the summer: just random veggies in a bowl with goats cheese and some olive oil + lemon. SO good. The house looks amazing!

  • I’m totally in if it means you’ll feed me bruschetta.

  • That looks yummmmmmy! 🙂

  • I’d love to come help you move!! As long as we can take a break to eat Garden Fresh Mediterranean Bruchetta. 😉 Seriously, I’m swooning over these pictures. Cucumber + feta + tomato is the way to my heart. xoxoxoxo!

  • Thehealthyapron

    Summer is def for slacking!! ha Congrats on the house! It’s just beautiful! Lucky girl 🙂 Sorry I’ve been MIA the past few weeks…ALOT is going on in my world (alluding to changing jobs/moving, etc)

  • Lauren

    Summer is for “salads and slacking” well said. I love anything Greek-ish. I think it’s the dill. 

  • kah-raaaazy!  I have garden produce coming out of my ears…was thinking bruschetta just YESTERDAY!
    yummy!

  • Jemma @ Celery and Cupcakes

    Love this! 🙂

  • That looks perfect!  I need to make some and bring it to work for lunch!

    Your house is looking great girlie 🙂

  • Yay!  I bet you’re so excited (well… minus the moving boxes part)

  • I’ve been loving fruit for summer snacks (particularly apples, grapes and watermelon) as well as some delicious raw sesame squares that are chilled/frozen, so really refreshing.  And of course you can’t go wrong with a good smoothie.

    The house is looking great!

    xxx

  • Maria

    Sounds super refreshing and so so easy. Love it…and I’m kind of love with your new house. Congrats!

  • what a beautiful house Jen!  It looks like a doll house 🙂

  • I love bruschetta…and feta cheeeeeeeese yummmm!
    Ahhh such an adorable little tree, the start to a new garden perhaps?

  • YUMMMM!  That looks wonderful!
    I’m so, so excited for you that you’re moving next week.  If I lived closer, I’d definitely send the husband to help you move (I’d do it myself, but I have the back of an 80-year-old woman).  😉

  • Stephanie@MyThornsHaveRoses

    Yum…looks delish! I see the hippie tree and the cute birdies. 🙂

  • LOVE bruschetta! And I can’t wait to visit you in your gorgeous new house 😉 

  • Lindsey @ Happy or Hungry

    Ohh that looks delicioso.
    Today is our 3-year anniversary in our house…Crazy, it goes so fast!!!
    My fave part was setting up the kitchen 🙂

  • Alexa

    That bruschetta looks awesome! I’ll definitely help you move 😉
    Favorite summer snack: frozen mango cubes!

  • Lauren

    Great recipe! perfect fo the summa time 🙂

  • GlamKitten88

    I LOVE BRUSCHETTA.
    Finally, something I can relate to.
    I would eat it every day if I could. 
    Every frickin’ day.

    http://www.glamkittenslitterbox.com/Twitter: @GlamKitten88 

  • Anna @ Newlywed, Newly Veg

    Mmmm….love all those ingredients! Yum! 

  • Helennaturally

    The house looks so good!  Love the tree 🙂

    I would gladly come help you move, can you write me a note to excuse me from work?, hehe!

  • woohoo, look at that house. It deserves and extra kombucha to celebrate!

  • Lindsay @ The Lean Green Bean

    yum! love how easy this is!

  • Lynnette

    Yum, I love Bruschetta! Even more refreshing with cucumbers in it!
    Cute house and little tree 🙂

  • Your house is just beautiful!! I really like bruschetta and could eat it almost everyday and yours looks so delicious.

  • yay congrats on the house girlie! so happy for you and can’t wait to hear all the details about moving and decorating 😉

  • Dishnutrish

    Aw congrats! The house looks beautiful!

  • You got grass! Eeee! Gorgeous 😀 And I’ll help you move if you help me move! The task is somewhat daunting, and I wish I could just get from A to B and skip all the nonsense in between.

  • StephSnacks

    mmm right up my alley!

  • Pretty food, as always. Ahhhh A HOUSE! I’m excited.

    Whitney

  •  the move is coming up so quickly!!! 🙂 i’m so excited for you!

    my go-to summer snack is whatever fresh & in season veggies i can dig up (literally – whatever i dig up in the garden!!!).

  • I’d help you move if I was close!!!  Congrats – I know it’s been a long time coming. 🙂

  • debbie@accidentlydelish

    so excited for your new house! it’s gorgeous!

  • That looks amazing!  I sometimes add watermelon with feta, basil and tomato – so yummy.

  • jessie_saxton

    We have freshly ripening cukes and maters in our garden right now. I am bookmarking this recipe for sure! I am so glad I found yo9ur blog!!:)

  • Love that recipe!! I have all the ingredients to whip this up for dinner!

    Your house is looking fabulous!!!!

  • Ahhh that’s my kind of recipe!  Looks so good.  Good work, lady!!

  • You know I want this 😉

  • Favorite summer snack= melon or ice cream.
    What summer is alll about. 

  • This looks amazing!!!!  So tasty!

  • Mmm what a tasty looking recipe, and so fresh! All of your eats are always impressive 🙂
    I know this is kind of boring but my favorite summer snack is pretty much any kind of fresh fruit

  • thehealthycupcake

    simple and delicious, I <3 bruschetta!

  • Chandeen @ Designed by Chance

    Wow that looks good.  this might be another recipe I try from your great collection.

  • Yummmmmmmmm. I love bruschetta as a rule…and this looks super! My go-to summer snack is an avocado. I slice off the top with my spoon and just eat it out of it’s nature-made bowl. The seed is annoying to work around, but I’ve learned to deal with it 🙂
    I’d help you move….if you help me move!  I’m scheduled for Thursday this week, so we could do mine and then go do yours next week!!!  Think of how happy we’ll be when we’re all moved in!!

  • Bellabeforeandafter

    Dang that looks good. I love anything feta, and tomato, the only thing that would make my taste buds even happier, is onion and garlic, OMG. 

    Thanks for making me drool girl. 

    Hugs, Bella 🙂
    **AMAZE ME AUGUST** @ Bella Before and After Any projects, recipes, diy welcome.
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