Heirloom Get Stuffed Tomato

In this article, I am showcasing a special and uncommon tomato that I cultivated from seed in my personal garden. The Get Stuffed Tomato has become a favorite of mine to grow every summer since I discovered it in 2022. Read on for my thoughts on the tomato plant and a delightful No Bake Stuffed Tomato Recipe.

About The Get Stuffed Tomato

Rare Get Stuffed Tomato
Beautiful Fresh Get Stuffed Tomato

The Get Stuffed Tomato variety is a delightful plant to cultivate. Resembling an average-sized tomato plant, it reaches a maximum size of about 36″ in height and width. The tomatoes produced by this plant are visually appealing, with each fruit showcasing an orange stripe pattern on the classic red background. Despite their appearance of heaviness, the fruits are actually hollow at the center. When you slice open the Get Stuffed Tomato, you’ll find a small core with seeds to remove before filling it.

Ripe off the Vine Get Stuffed

Each tomato we grew was specifically designed for stuffing. However, this tomato is not suitable for slicing or other culinary uses beyond stuffing.

No Bake Get Stuffed Tomato Recipe

It all starts with a few fresh heirloom tomatoes you can grow organically in your home garden.  It takes about 80 days to grow from seed to harvest.  The recipe below will surprise your summer guest at the next get together.  Easy to put together for most any healthy snack or dinner.  Find printable recipe below:

No Bake Get Stuffed Tomato Recipe

Recipe by Bren HaasCourse: AppetizerCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy


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  • 8 Get Stuffed Tomatoes

  • 2 cups of sweet corn

  • 2 cups of black beans (rinsed and ready to use)

  • 1/2 cup fresh cilantro chopped

  • 1/3 cup of diced green onions

  • 1 small jalapeno diced (substitute with 1/2 cup of green onion if you don't like heat. )

  • 1/3 cup of fresh squeezed lime juice

  • 1 teaspoon of salt 

  • dash of cumin


  • Slice the top of the Get Stuffed Tomato off saving to use later.  Remove the inside of the tomato.  

  • Mix all the ingredients listed in a bowl.  Scoop into the tomato before putting the top on.  

  • Serve immediately!  This can be stored for a few hours but not recommended. 

  • Serve with corn chips on the side for additional snacking!

More Tomatoes Bren Recommends

One of the highlights of my summer gardening is cultivating tomatoes! With numerous varieties available, it’s challenging to showcase all the new ones I have grown in the last decade. Here, I’ll share some of my favorite blog posts that feature the tomatoes I highly recommend for everyone to try growing. Don’t forget to click through for growing tips and leave a comment sharing your thoughts.

Here are some of the varieties I have personally grown and recommend:Tomato Varieties 

Filled Get Stuffed Tomato

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After reading this post, I encourage you to share your thoughts by leaving a comment below. Your feedback on the topics discussed on my website is truly motivating. Stay tuned for updates in the coming months as I delve into the seeds I am cultivating in my home garden this year. Remember to bookmark my site for future reference. Every piece of content on my website reflects my personal gardening journey, and I am grateful to have the opportunity to share it with you.

Happy Gardening,

Bren Haas

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