Cherry tomatoes are like little juicy bursts of flavor. Much like other types of tomatoes, they cram a ton of goodness into a small package whether eaten raw, roasted or caramelized. They're best during the summer when they’re in season, but you’ll still find good-quality cherry tomatoes available year round. As long as you store them properly, you’ll always have some on hand for tossing into pasta dishes, making caprese salads and even amping up eggs. Cherry tomatoes are the perfect ingredient whenever you want to add sweetness, acidity and fresh flavor to a dish. Have a bounty on hand and need to use them up? Keep these recipes in your back pocket. You’ll find plenty of quick and easy ideas, starting with this simple recipe that puts cherry tomatoes on full display. Blistered cherry tomatoes are sweet, caramelized and juicy—perfect when paired with toasted bread slathered with Parmesan yogurt. Garnish with a few grinds of fresh pepper and you’re ready to serve.