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The Best Holiday Crostini Recipes

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Creating perfect appetizers for New Year’s Eve or other holidays can sometimes be a stressful job, so if you’re looking for new and unique recipes every holiday, then these best Holiday crostini recipes are just for you! Choose from pesto crostini with roast tomato, crab rangoon crostini, watermelon radish and goat cheese crostini, pumpkin sage crostini, whipped blue cheese and roasted grapes crostini, and more. All of these best holiday crostini recipes are incredibly easy to prepare and the most addicting, most delicious, and fancy holiday appetizer ever. They will brighten the party appetizer tray and bring happy smiles to your guests!

 

Pesto Crostini With Roast Tomato

Fresh and flavorful, these pesto crostini with roast tomato are going to be your new favorite holiday appetizers. The combination of flavors and textures is out of this world. You’ll love the generous slather of fresh homemade lemony basil pesto, naturally roasted cherry and grape tomatoes, and the addictive sweet and tangy balsamic glaze. Make them according to the cooking directions and serve them warm immediately!

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Easy Mozzarella Lemon Basil Crostini

Fresh, tasty, and extra flavorful, these easy mozzarella lemon basil crostini are perfect for any holiday get-togethers. In a total time of 15 minutes, by using a few simple ingredients, you can make the best holiday crostini that everyone will love. Make them following the cooking instructions, and for a final touch, drizzle each crostini with extra virgin olive oil and a sprinkle of sea salt for the perfect salty “bite.” Serve and enjoy!

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Smoked Salmon Crostini

Fancy, tasty, and effortless to make, these smoked salmon crostini are ideal for any holiday party and will have everyone coming back for more! Make the toast, make the spread, and assemble the crostini. You’ll get a rich and zesty goat cheese/cream cheese spread on toasted sourdough bites, topped with a slice of smoked salmon. Garnish each crostini with dill sprigs and arrange on a serving dish. Enjoy!

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Watermelon Radish & Goat Cheese Crostini

Mouthwatering and extra festive, these watermelon radish and goat cheese crostini look and taste absolutely gorgeous. Just gather the needed ingredients, cook, and assemble the crostini according to the directions. Garnish with arugula or Frisée and arrange on a serving plate. These crostini will be a delicious addition to your holiday party appetizers. Enjoy!

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Pumpkin Sage Crostini

If you want at the same time to satisfy and impress your guest, then you need to make these pumpkin sage crostini as your holiday appetizers. They are packed with the delicious flavors of pumpkin, sage, ricotta, walnuts, pepper, and a touch of honey. The final result is a perfect blend of savory and sweet and the perfect topping for crostini. Best of all, they come together quickly, which is a holiday must, and tastes terrific (another holiday must)!

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Apricot Goat Cheese & Caramelized Onion Crostini

So easy to make but so, so delicious, these apricot goat cheese and caramelized onion crostini are ideal for all holiday parties and gatherings. Plus, they’re ready in a total time of 35 minutes from start to finish, and your guests will think you spent hours making them! Follow the cooking directions, and bake the crostini for 5 minutes or until goat cheese is just melted. Garnish, if desired, with fresh thyme sprigs. Serve and enjoy!

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Whipped Blue Cheese & Roasted Grapes Crostini

Easy to make, festive, and filled with a combination of unique sweet and savory flavors, these whipped blue cheese and roasted grapes crostini are your new ultimate holiday appetizers! With just a few ingredients and following a few simple cooking steps in a total time of 25 minutes, you’ll have the most addicting, most delicious, and fancy holiday appetizer ever. Serve immediately and enjoy!

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