In Italian, “crostini” means “little toasts.” Crostini are made by slicing a French or Italian bread stick or baguette. Then rubbing with garlic and olive oil and toasting or grilling until crisp. The crostini may be drizzled with olive oil and salt and served plain, or they may be dressed with a variety of toppings and popped into the oven or broiler until warm.
Crusty french bread, brushed with garlic and olive oil topped with tomato, sea salt, mozzarella and basil then a drizzle of extra-virgin olive oil make very fresh appetizers that showcase the simple ingredients. Quick and easy to make for guests in a flash.
Made this California quesadillas for breakfast this morning. It came out surprisingly delicious. As the photos show, they came out cheesy, oozy but not too sweet. The sweetness from the pear and figs balanced greatly with the brie cheese. It's a quick, easy and tasty recipe.
5 days ago
Low Fat, Fat-Free, Low in Saturated Fat, Low Cholesterol, Cholesterol-Free, Trans-fat Free, Sodium-Free, Low Sodium
Making your own Parmesan cheese baskets is a challenge, and also full of fun, these crispy baskets look beautiful, and when you serve with prepared salad, flavorful and outstanding, will impress everyone!!
8 days ago
Low Cholesterol, Trans-fat Free, Low Carb
Adding chestnuts to this creamy spinach dip give it a bit of crunch.
Quick and easy, it has more flavor and is much healthier than any store bought dip. Serve with any kind of your favorite chips, pita chips or tortilla chips match perfectly. Great for a Superbowl Sunday or any gathering with friends.
This easy recipe turns out so beautifully - like something from a restaurant. I used a homemade crust - very thin and it was spectacular. Definitely different. My husband loved it but thought it would be better as an appetizer.