Yes, it's a "nachos" recipe. But, let not the name fool ya, we have loads of Mediterranean flavors going on!

Nachos loaded with vegetables and cheese

Everyone loves nachos. I sure do! I love a crispy chip topped with melted cheese and all sorts of goodies. But these nachos takes a bit of a "healthified" Mediterranean detour.

Think of this homemade nachos recipe as another little mezze dish—with all the Mediterranean flavors, and the whole tribal closeness that comes with a table full of friends, rolling up their sleeves and digging into one large platter.

Flatbread nachos served with hummus on the side

And because we’re in that moment of late summer sweetness, when tomatoes are at their best, they had to be the main event. Raw tomatoes would work, but as we know, roasting tomatoes is a sure way to perfect their flavor. Even better with a sprinkle of Za'atar!

Close-up of vegetables on top of flatbread nachos

Heaps of garlic-roasted tomatoes and fresh herbs--with other Mediterranean suspects like feta, olives, and marinated artichokes. And in place of your average chip, homemade flatbread chips made from light, protein-packed Flatout® Flatbread artisan thin pizza crust (only 4 Weight Watchers® smart points per serving, in case you're counting!) A brush of our favorite Greek extra virgin olive oil, of course

One piece of Mediterranean Nachos topped with vegetables and garnished with parsley

The flatbread chips come together in a snap! First, brush the flatbread with some good extra virgin olive oil, cut them into triangles, and broil for a couple mins until golden brown. Crispy perfection!

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Mediterranean Roasted Tomato Nachos Recipe | The Mediterranean Dish. Homemade crispy nachos made with light, healthy flatbread. Loads of garlic roasted tomatoes and Mediterranean favorites on top! The perfect appetizer or little mezze dish!

Mediterranean Roasted Tomato "Nachos" Recipe


Yes, it's a "nachos" recipe. But, let not the name fool ya, we have loads of Mediterranean flavors going on!




  1. Heat oven to 400 degrees F.
  2. In a large bowl, place tomatoes and crushed garlic. Add a generous pinch of salt. Drizzle with the olive oil. Toss to combine.
  3. Spread tomatoes on a baking sheet. Roast in the heated oven for 30 minutes. Remove and set aside to cool.
  4. Switch oven to broil. Brush the flatbread lightly with extra virgin olive oil, then cut into triangles. Broil for 1-3 minutes, watching carefully, until the flatbread triangles turn into golden brown crispy chips.
  5. Place the flatbread chips on a serving board or a platter. Top with roasted tomatoes.
  6. Sprinkle with za'atar spice, then add the remaining toppings. Serve immediately.


  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Cook Time: 30 mins
  • Category: Appetizer
  • Method: Baked
  • Cuisine: Mediterranean

Keywords: Mediterranean Nachos, Nachos, Roasted Tomatoes, Vegetarian Nachos, Flatout Flatbread

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I'm Suzy; born and bred right on the shores of the Mediterranean. I'm all about easy, healthy recipes with big Mediterranean flavors. Three values guide my cooking: eat with the seasons; use whole foods; and above all, share! So happy you're here...
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  1. Have a question Suzy....what is the difference between white cardamom and green cardamom ? And do you sell the white one ?....I can't seem to find it anywhere. Thank you for your time.

  2. Another winner Suzy.! So easy peasy...and healthy. Thank you for icluding the calorie and nutrition information too. We love you here in Fresno California !

    1. Hi there really is nothing quite like za'atar spice, but you can do a pinch of dried oregano, if that's more available to you.

  3. I love everything about this recipe! Za'atar spice is one of my favorites.

  4. I love flatbread nachos like this - all the flavor without the extra large carbs getting in the way!

  5. this sounds like such a healthy version of nachos, I could get into this real fast. It will disappear if you set it in front of me.

  6. I love the idea of Mediterranean nachos! Any excuse for more feta and olive sin my diet is good with me 🙂 And this is so pretty! It would definitely make a great party app.