The word crostini means “little toasts” in Italian. Crostini are made by slicing bread and toasting or grilling until crispy. The slices can be drizzled with olive oil and served plain with salt, or dressed up with a variety of toppings. In this case, the crostini showcases oven roasted tomato slices.
sliced day old baguette
olive oil
herbed cream cheese spread
sliced white cheddar
crumbled mozzarella
roasted tomato sauce [or pizza sauce]
crumbled feta
shaved parmesan
oven roasted tomato slices
• Preheat oven to 350F.
• Brush or spray bread slices with olive oil and place them with the oiled side up on a baking sheet.
• Bake in the oven for 10 minutes or until bread rounds are barely toasted.
• Turn them over and toast for five more minutes.
• Remove from the oven and arrange the toppings on top and serve.

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