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This easy Tomato Pie is the most delicious way to enjoy fresh seasonal produce! Best of all, it only takes about 15 minutes to prepare this fancy side dish that’s perfect alongside grilled meat or seafood, or equally tasty as a vegetarian main course option.

A slice of tomato pie on a spatula


This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tom’s of Maine. All opinions are 100% mine.

Spring has officially SPRUNG in our yard!! Even Keith’s peach and apple trees are blossoming…and did you guys know that April 22 is Earth Day? What are you doing to celebrate?!A photo of fruit trees blooming again a blue sky


Around here, spring = gardening…and I can’t think of a better way to teach my boys about our planet than digging in the dirt and growing some of our own food. It gives them a firsthand look at Mother Nature’s bounty and it teaches them about the importance of protecting our resources.

A small boy doing gardening

While the beginning of April is still a bit early for planting a full summer garden, the boys have been hard at work preparing the beds and picking out seeds and starter plants.

A boy preparing a planter for seeds

On a recent trip to our local nursery, we surveyed the selection of flowers, herbs, and other plants carefully…but ultimately Casey selected a cherry tomato plant — which was no surprise given his love for the food!

An entrance to a garden center

Market at Grelen garden center with green grass and trees

A shot of a long pergola in a garden center

A boy kneeling down next to plants

And even though Casey’s plant hasn’t grown any fruit yet, it served as the perfect inspiration for today’s recipe! It’s a dish that the entire family loves, and it’s incredibly versatile. I typically serve this Tomato Pie as a side dish on a warm summer evening when Keith has grilled steaks, chicken, or fish as the main course.

A close up side shot of a tomato pie

And if there are any leftovers you better believe that a slice of this pie makes an incredible vegetarian lunch the next day — no reheating necessary!

A slice of tomato pie on a small blue plate

But gardening and local seasonal eats are not the only ways that we’re celebrating Earth Day and teaching our boys about our planet. I try hard to carry these important messages into our home on a daily basis — whether it’s conversation about recycling, turning off the lights when we’re not in a room, or using sustainable and environmentally-friendly products.

Tom's products on a supermarket shelf

For instance, on a recent shopping trip at Target I checked out the latest products from Tom’s of Maine. As you might recall from this post, we’ve been a fan of Tom’s of Maine products for quite awhile, but this was my first time trying out the Made to Matter Collection. All products are free of artificial dyes, fragrances, flavors and preservatives, and are never tested on animals. Beyond natural personal care products, Tom’s of Maine has been caring for communities, and the planet as a whole, for over 45 years. In other words, it’s a company that you can feel good about!

Toms deodorants on a supermarket shelf

The Tom’s of Maine Made to Matter Collection (which is only available at Target) consists of Luminous White Toothpaste, Wicked Cool! Deodorant, and North Woods Men’s Antiperspirant. You can get 10% off of these products with this cartwheel offer!

The Luminous White Toothpaste is their most advanced natural whitening toothpaste that is safe for enamel…plus it’s gluten and paraben free. Since I’m a coffee-lover, I couldn’t wait to try out this new product. Whiter teeth are always a good idea, and this did NOT disappoint! It has a nice, strong minty taste and none of that gritty texture that some other all-natural toothpastes can have. Perfect!

Tom's Toothpaste in a box

I also grabbed the Wicked Cool! Deodorant for girls and immediately gave it a test run. There is a version for boys as well, which I need to remember when my kids get a little bit older! This deodorant provides 24 hours of odor protection and it’s free of aluminum, parabens, and artificial fragrances. I put it to the test when I went for a run the other day and it worked great (meaning, I didn’t stink afterwards!).

Toms of Maine Deodorant for girls on a wooden surface

And while I haven’t personally tried it, the Made to Matter collection also includes North Woods Men’s Antiperspirant, which provides all day odor and wetness protection without petrochemicals, artificial fragrances, or irritation. Perfect for the men in your life!

So there you have it — a little behind-the-scenes peek at how we’re taking small steps to teach our kids about Earth Day and show some love to our planet! And believe me, once you have spent some time in the garden and devoured a slice (or 3) of this incredible Tomato Pie, you’ll be ready to shower and clean up with these environmentally-friendly Tom’s of Maine products. Win-win-win!

Variations For Making This Tomato Pie

  • Use any type of fresh tomatoes for this pie
  • Try adding green onions (spring onions) or chives for a stronger onion flavor
  • Add spices and herbs such as red pepper flakes or oregano
  • Mozzarella or any good melting cheese such as gruyere would also work great
  • Add cooked bacon or ham

An overhead shot of a tomato pie

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A tomato pie garnished with basil

Tomato Pie

5 from 3 votes
Prep: 15 minutes
Cook: 45 minutes
Total: 1 hour
Servings 8 servings
Calories 290 kcal
A delicious and easy tomato pie that's great for lunches, snacks or picnics



  • Preheat oven to 350°F (180°C). Spray a 9-inch pie plate with cooking spray and set aside.
  • Place oil, eggs, baking mix, Parmesan, Cheddar, and onion in a large mixing bowl and stir to combine. Gently fold in tomatoes. Pour into prepared dish.
  • Bake for 40-45 minutes, or until cooked through and golden brown.


*I like THIS organic all-purpose pancake/waffle mix that’s made by The Immaculate Baking Company. You can also make your own all-purpose mix by using a recipe like this one.

Variations For Making This Tomato Pie

  • Use any type of fresh tomatoes for this pie
  • Try adding green onions (spring onions) or chives for a stronger onion flavor
  • Add spices and herbs such as red pepper flakes or oregano
  • Mozzarella or any good melting cheese such as gruyere would also work great
  • Add cooked bacon or ham


Calories: 290kcalCarbohydrates: 13gProtein: 8gFat: 22gSaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 95mgSodium: 368mgPotassium: 211mgSugar: 3gVitamin A: 515IUVitamin C: 13.8mgCalcium: 169mgIron: 1.3mg
Keyword: savory pie, tomato pie
Course: Lunch
Cuisine: Mediterranean
Author: The Seasoned Mom


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  1. I completely forgot that Earth Day was coming up! Sounds like your yard is in full bloom. Love that you have peach trees! And this tomato pie sounds incredible. I love that it’s so easy to prepare…what a delicious dish, especially for when those garden tomatoes are ready to use!

  2. Ah…so jealous of your big garden. I have a few things potted on the patio…zucchini, strawberries and tomatoes. We’ll see if they still grow though when it’s 115 out. Good thing I’m home to water them nonstop!

    1. Well I’m so jealous of your sun! It still isn’t quite warm enough for a real garden here. We’ve had the weirdest spring weather! Counting down the days until we can get all of our goodies in the ground! Thanks for stopping by, Megan!

  3. I started working on my garden also and then it turned cold again. Grrr. Love this tomato pie! I am filing the recipe away for later. Hopefully my tomato plants survive this last bit of cold weather.

  4. I remember all the important days when I was teaching. Thank you Blair for the reminder 😉 Best time to get some seeds to plant before summer starts in middle east. My son loves to help in the garden.

    1. Thanks, Ruwani! That’s right — I remember the importance of these holidays from my teaching days as well! 🙂

  5. Tomato pie is rarely thought of because tomatoes aren’t the typical “dessert” food, but I friggin’ love this. Kind of reminds me of foccacia!

    1. That’s right, GiGi! Great analogy — it’s definitely similar to foccacia! I hadn’t thought of it that way. So good! 🙂

  6. 5 stars
    Oh, anything that has tomatoes in it has me interested! What a delicious new take on a side dish, Blair! I love cheese and tomatoes and this is so quick and easy to prepare. Tom’s looks like a fabulous place to visit. Isn’t the warmer weather wonderful?
    You, lady, are rocking your FIT body! I saw your latest post where you’re killing it! Big applause to you, Blair!!

    1. Thanks, Robyn! I know about your love for tomatoes! You’d adore this dish! I’m actually planning a tomato, shrimp, and herb pasta recipe in the coming week and I immediately thought of you! So many of your favorite ingredients. 🙂

  7. 5 stars
    Fabulous recipe!! We love breaded tomatoes and this is their sister! Great with eggs for breakfast, maybe soups & stews, or a good pot of pinto beans. It’s also beautiful. Thanks for posting.

    1. Yay! Thanks, Joy! You’re right — this is very similar to breaded tomatoes! And it would definitely be great for brunch with eggs. Love that idea!

  8. We love tomato pie and have made it now for about 15 years. I have 3 or 4 different recipes but this is the first one with Bisquick or flour I have seen. We plan on giving it a try for Father’s Day.

  9. 5 stars
    The best I have made. I added a layer of crumbled bacon to each layer. For the cheese topping I added crumbled bacon and seasoned breadcrumbs. WOW
    I will be trying more recipes and recommend too everyone.

    1. Sounds incredible, Karen! Thank you so much! We truly appreciate you trying and sharing our recipes.