Triple Creme Brie, Sunflower Honey and Nectarine Crostinis

Making crostinis might be one of my most favorite things to make ever.  I love serving them when entertaining especially: I feel like guests just love how easy it is to pick up these snacky little creations and the flavor combinations are just endless!


I had an impromptu BBQ planned for over labor day weekend and decided it would be fun to plan a tasty little crostini to serve at the party.  I am loving eating up all the juicy peaches and nectarines that are hanging around at the end of summer so I thought a crostini with a sweet slice of nectarine on top would hit the spot perfectly.  


Paired with some creamy brie cheese, a drizzle of sunflower honey, and a sprinkle of fresh rosemary, these little bites make such a refreshing and DELICIOUS appetizer!


Unfortunately the plans for my impromptu BBQ fell through last minute because one of my guests got hurt, but I had already bought all the ingredients to make these earlier in the day so I still decided to serve them up for my boyfriend and myself for our own little labor day treat. I'm so glad I did: we had no problems eating these up all by ourselves: all we needed on the side was some grilled chicken because we filled up on more than a few of these beforehand ;)


So make them for a crowd or make them for just yourself: but either way make sure you make these delicious little summertime crostinis!

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Nectarine, Brie and Sunflower Honey Crostinis
Juicy nectarines, creamy brie cheese, and a sweet drizzle of honey make these crostinis a perfect snack for the end of summer
Ingredients
  • Multigrain Baguette, Sliced
  • Triple Creme Brie
  • Nectarines, Sliced
  • Sunflower Honey
  • Fresh Rosemary
Instructions
OPTIONAL: Toast slices of baguette in the oven. My bread was so fresh that I decided to skip this step, but if you like a little crunch with your crostini you can toast slices in the over for about 7-9 minutes at 350 degreesSpread triple crème brie on all slices of the baguetteTop each bread slice with a slice of nectarineDrizzle each crostini with sunflower honeySprinkle with a few sprigs of fresh rosemary
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