Oven Roasted Olives

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oven roasted olives

If you’ve never had oven-roasted olives, then you are in for a lusciously delicious treat! This roasted olive medley has so many possibilities!

Oven Roasted Olives

For those of you who know me, well, you KNOW that I’m an olive lover! And, these oven-roasted olives just take my beloved salty bites off the charts!

I can’t remember when I ate my first olive, but it was most likely in childhood. And, it was probably just a green olive with pimento stuffing. Nothing fancy. Nothing exotic. Just an olive. But, there was simply something about the texture, flavors and taste that immediately made me fall in love with this food. Maybe it’s my love of so many things Middle Eastern. And, well, some of my Middle Eastern heritage (yes, I’ve had the 23 and Me thingeee done).

Olives and Lemon

If we talk about healthy, tasty, light dishes made from Olives, it is impossible not to recall the zesty olives and lemon. Its delicate refined taste will please not only adults but also children. These super easy lemon olives are perfect for parties and entertaining. Before a feast, it is always appropriate to welcome guests with small snacks that go well with cocktails and aperitif drinks.

Looking for more delicious snack and appetizer recipes? Try my more delicious recipe such as lemon-infused salmon with a fruit spinach medley.

Garlic Roasted Olives

These garlic roasted olives are the perfect snack food! Garlic olive roasted is the perfect easy, flavorful, and sophisticated snack to start your festive gatherings. Spend more time visiting with friends and family and less time in the kitchen on the big day by prepping the crispy garlic up to a day ahead.

Garlic Roasted Olives are at their very best when served hot or warm but are also delicious at room temperature. Aroma of garlic olive roasted wafting from your oven will be so overwhelmingly tempting, you won’t be able to help yourself… you will be compelled to look.

You’ll probably want to try more of my pearls olive appetizers for parties.

Baked Olives

I love baked olives and they’re so easy to make. This is a great addition to any party or an antipasto tray.

Now, I can eat olives in so many things. Even on a hot dog. A big old grilled ballpark frank, grilled onions, lots of classic yellow mustard, and OLIVES. And, give me a burger, nice and grilled, topped with lots of chopped olives, onions, dill pickles, greens, tomatoes and classic yellow mustard. I also just adore cooking with olives. If you just put the word ‘olives’ in my search bar, check out what you’ll find! Amazing ideas with olives, like this celery salad, which is one of my most PINNED recipes!

Roasted Olives

There are so many possibilities for these oven-roasted olives. From slathering some creamed cheese on grilled flatbread and adding some of this olive medley to topping your favorite pasta with this olive medley. Just let your imagination run wild. Go ahead. Get crazy with olives! xoxo ~ally

Here are other beef potatoes & tomatoes and Ginger Teriyaki Onion Medley recipes that are equally as yummy and easy!

oven roasted olives

oven roasted olives

roasted olive medley

Yield: About 3 cups

If you've never had oven-roasted olives, then you are in for a lusciously delicious treat! This roasted olive medley has so many possibilities!


  • Preheat oven to 425
  • 3 cups peppers, variety, diced and sliced (banana peppers, multi-colored peppers)
  • 1/2 cup kalamata olives, pitted
  • 1/2 cup garlic stuffed queen olives
  • 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
  • 2 tsp. Italian seasoning
  • 2 tsp. red wine vinegar
  • 1/2 tsp. coarse ground pepper
  • 1/2 tsp. Gochunkang sauce, Korean chili sauce


Put the diced and sliced peppers and olives in a medium mixing bowl.

In a small bowl, whisk together the olive oil, seasoning, pepper, red wine vinegar, and chili sauce. Pour over the peppers/olives and toss and blend coating all well.

Put on a parchment paper-covered cookie or pizza pan sheet. Bake in a preheated 425 oven for about 17 to 20 minutes. Remove and cool.

Can be refrigerated after cooled.


If you don't want a spicy mixture, omit or reduce the Korean chili sauce.

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    1. Ohhhhhhhhh yeah, MIss LynneeePoo!! These olives will do that, for sure!! xo

  1. Maggie Barno says:

    Hi Ally Dear,
    Your comment about the first time you had olives was probably in your childhood instantly took me back to my childhood in WV and my first memory of olives. I used to be able to walk home for lunch from my elementary school where my mother would have lunch ready for me. The lunch I remember most was a grilled cheese sandwich with olives on the side. I loved the olives then and now. Another item I remember from those lunch days was fresh parsley on the plate.
    I still often think of mother when reaching for the olives! Love your videos, sweetie!

    1. Maggie!!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE these stories you’ve shared!! So precious. Yes, it’s really amazing how little things growing up w/food stick in our memories. I remember how my mom would section the parts of a grapefruit and then put a maraschino cherry in the middle. I felt so special. Your Mom was so ahead of her times w/olives!! Thank you for being such a luv! xoxo ~ally

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