Do You Have 5 Minutes? Make Garlic-Tomato Toast

Make a healthy snack in the time it takes to make a cup of tea.
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If you have 5 minutes, then you have time to make a healthy snack (one of my personal favorites). Toast 1 slice of whole grain bread, rub with the cut-side of a halved garlic clove  and then with a halved plum tomato. Drizzle with extra-virgin olive oil and sprinkle with kosher or flaky sea salt. (Image courtesy of Food Network Magazine. Use whole-grain bread to amp up the healthfulness of this super-fast snack.)

Maybe you’ll even have enough time to make one for a friend!

What would you make if you only had 5 minutes?

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