Easy Pesto Bruschetta Crostini

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These things are so simple and so good, you’ll want to make them for every event and non-event you’ll ever attend or not attend. You’ll just be making them because you can and you want them. I made an overly large batch while visiting my mom and though we tried, we couldn’t eat even half of them. I put the leftovers in a zip-lock bag in the fridge and they were great reheated the next day, and the next.Easy Pesto Bruschetta Crostini | Culinary CraftinessI made some with just butter, a sprinkle of garlic powder, and cheese for my niece. They were super delish, too.

Easy Pesto Bruschetta Crostini

1 jar of prepared pesto
2 fresh tomatoes, most of the seeds removed and diced
1 bag of Italian cheese blend
1 baguette cut into 1/2″ slices or bag of pre-sliced mini-baguettes

Preheat oven to 400°F. Lay the baguettes out on a baking sheet, spread each with about 1-2 tsp. of pesto, 1-2 tsp. of diced tomatoes, 1 tsp. cheese, and bake for 8-10 minutes or until the cheese is melted and lightly browned, if desired.

These can also be made with French bread.

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Easy Pesto Bruschetta Crostini

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 26 minutes

Yield: Serves 4-6

Easy Pesto Bruschetta Crostini

Created by Melissa Woolard | Culinary Craftiness

Ingredients

  • 1 jar of prepared pesto
  • 2 fresh tomatoes, most of the seeds removed and diced
  • 1 bag of Italian cheese blend
  • 1 baguette cut into 1/2" slices or bag of pre-sliced mini-baguettes

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 400°F.
  2. Lay the baguettes out on a baking sheet, spread each with about 1-2 tsp. of pesto, 1-2 tsp. of diced tomatoes, 1 tsp. cheese, and bake for 8-10 minutes or until the cheese is melted and lightly browned, if desired.

Notes

These can also be made with French bread.

https://culinarycraftiness.com/easy-pesto-bruschetta-crostini/

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About Melissa

Melissa is a wife, mother, family cook, and romance novelist. The very first thing she learned in the kitchen was how to scramble eggs in an old cast iron skillet at the age of five. Her great-grandmother put her on a step-stool at the stove and thus began her passion for whipping up great tasting foods.

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