They look like decorations but these flowers are for eating. Bring them to your next picnic or party as an easy appetizer.
- 1 oz fresh chives
- 2 ½ oz cream cheese
- 16 Roma tomatoes
- Chop ¼ of the chives and mix with the cream cheese.
- Cut the tomatoes crosswise on top to slightly below the middle. Make a hole through the bottom with a skewer.
- Scoop the seeds from the tomatoes and fill with the cream cheese mixture.
- Plug every hole with a chive. Place the tomatoes on a plate in the shape of a bunch of tulips. Tie the bunch together with a chive.
You can make this dish one day in advance. Store covered in refrigerator. Add the chives just before serving.
- Calories 72kcal 4%
- Fat 3.5g 5%
- Saturated fat 1.8g 9%
- Carbs 9.2g 3%
- Sodium 40mg 2%
- 6.2g sugar
- 2.8g fiber
- 2.6g protein
- 10mg cholesterol