Dinner party with friends and/or family, our Fig, Arugula, and Goat Cheese Crostini will keep them coming back for more! Crunchy, creamy, lightly sweet, and the quiet bitterness from the arugula rounds off the perfect appetizer that can be prepared in under 15 minutes!
Although they look similar and have similar preparations, it all comes down to how you cook and serve them that makes the difference.
Bruschetta is typically a thicker slice of rustic Italian bread that is grilled on an open fire to add a little char on each side. You will most often find it serve with a tomato, fresh basil, sea salt, and olive oil spread.
Crostini is often served on smaller slices of toasted bread (typically baguettes) and are baked to the perfect crunch. Fun fact: Did you know crostini is also known as "little toasts?"
Now, it's time to wrap around our aprons purely for looks, because these delicious appetizer bites will only take a few minutes to prepare!
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If you loved this delicious crostini recipe I would truly appreciate it so much if you would give a star review! Also, be sure to snap a picture of your finished dish and share it with me on Instagram using the hashtag #abrightmoment and tagging me @brightmomentco. It always makes my day seeing y'alls creations!
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