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Easy Tomato and Cucumber Salad Recipe

May 1, 2019 Sarah Coggins

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Weeknights tend to feel rushed. Trying to get us all home from work and school, homework done, dinner made, bed on time. Right now we’re in the midst of “extras” too – Cub Scout meetings, swim lessons, etc. My one goal is making sure that somehow we have dinner together nightly at home. This means having a plan and coming up with simple solutions for getting dinner made quickly. Thankfully, that doesn’t mean having to sacrifice fresh options.

Easy Tomato and Cucumber Salad Recipe

Freschetta Pizzas have become a favorite for our family. I wasn’t a fan of frozen pizzas until I discovered these. Now they are in our regular dinner menu rotation. Freschetta is a scratch-made pizza with freshly shredded mozzarella cheese, vine-ripened tomatoes, and premium meats and vegetables, all on top of flavorful sauces and a preservative-free crust. Their Naturally Rising Crust Pizza contains no chemicals leaveners – the dough rises using real yeast. You can feel and taste the difference. Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.

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We found several tasty options in the freezer section at Publix including our personal favorites – Naturally Rising Crust Supreme and Four Cheese. Click on the image below to learn more and be sure to grab your coupon (click on “Frozen Food”) to save $1.50 on any ONE (1) Freschetta® Pizza now through 5/29/19.

The perfect quick and easy pairing to complete your dinner? A fresh, cool tomato and cucumber salad. It can easily be made while your Freschetta pizza bakes in the oven. So you’ll have dinner done in under 30 minutes!

Tomato and Cucumber Salad


  • 2 large cucumbers
  • 3 vine ripe tomatoes (just like the ones used in Freschetta’s pizza sauce!)
  • 2 tbsp white vinegar
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tsp oregano


Step 1 Rinse the cucumbers and tomatoes. Then cut the vegetables into bitesize pieces.

Salad Prep: Slice Cucumbers

Salad Prep: Add Diced Tomatoes to Bowl
Step 2 Combine vinegar, olive oil, and oregano in a small bowl. Pour mixture over vegetables.

Salad Prep: Add Oil and Vinegar Mixture

Step 3 Mix all ingredients until the tomatoes and cucumbers are fully coated in the oil and vinegar mixture.

Salad Prep: Mix All Ingredients

Step 4 Place in fridge to chill until pizza is ready.

Dinner Idea: Tomato and Cucumber Salad with Pizza

Easy Dinner Idea: Freschetta Pizza with Tomato and Cucumber Salad #ad #FreschettaFresh

Doesn’t that look delicious paired with the Freschetta pizza? The combination of cool, crunchy tomato and cucumber salad with hot, crispy pizza crust makes for a perfect summer evening dinner. Enjoy!

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