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Spicy, sweet, and savory, these Peach Burrata Parmesan Crostini are a great summer appetizer, side, or light meal. Fresh sourdough bread baked with parmesan cheese and pepper until toasted. Each cheesy crostini is topped with creamy burrata, sweet peaches, salty prosciutto, fresh basil, and hot honey. These look and taste fancy, but are so simple to make – and so amazingly GOOD!

Peach Burrata Parmesan Crostini with Hot Honey |

Rarely do I share crostini recipes or appetizers for that matter. But when I do, I always end up really loving them!

With all the fresh peaches, I’m enjoying creating new recipes, especially for entertaining! Peaches can be so yummy in both sweet and savory dishes. Traditionally we see fresh summer peaches used in sweet recipes. But I’m excited to share something savory to enjoy for lunch or serve at your next summer dinner with friends.

I’ve recently seen so many recipes for parmesan everything, from potatoes to crostini! Those TikTok trends really catch on like wildfire.

I love the idea of taking parmesan cheese and baking it underneath slices of bread. This allows the cheese to get crispy under the bread! I often do this with potatoes and sweet potatoes.

Using bread this way is just as delicious!!

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Step 1: toss the parmesan

Working on a baking sheet, toss parmesan cheese with pecorino cheese, fresh thyme, melted butter, and a pinch of black pepper.

Now spread the cheese out over the baking sheet. I use a regular size baking sheet.

Step 2: layer the bread

Now take the slices of bread and arrange them over the cheese. Brush each piece of bread with butter to help it crisp in the oven.

Add prosciutto around the bread. Baking the prosciutto with the bread will get it nice and crispy, which we love.

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Step 3: bake

Bake everything until crispy. This will take 15 to 20 minutes. Don’t overcrowd the pan or the slices of bread in the middle of the pan will not get as crisp.

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Step 4: assemble

The final step is simple, layer the bread with burrata cheese, peach slices, prosciutto, and basil.

I always finish with hot honey and sea salt. Then serve these just out of the oven while still warm.

Absolutely nothing not to love here, these are just so delicious!

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I love turning the crostini into a light summer dinner with a big green salad (I leave out the sweet potatoes in the summertime). Of course, you could also add grilled steak or chicken for a heartier meal.

Best way to end a low-key summery evening!

Peach Burrata Parmesan Crostini with Hot Honey |

Looking for other summer peach recipes? Try these:

Peach Brie Pastry Tarts with Peppered Rosemary Honey

Prosciutto Balsamic Peach Chicken with Burrata and Basil

Balsamic Peach Spritz

Skillet Balsamic Peach Pork Chops with Feta and Basil

Lastly, if you make these Peach Burrata Parmesan Crostini, be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! Above all, I love to hear from you guys and always do my best to respond to each and every comment. And of course, if you do make this recipe, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram! Looking through the photos of recipes you all have made is my favorite!

Peach Burrata Parmesan Crusted Crostini with Hot Honey

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings: 8
Calories Per Serving: 361 kcal

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  • 1. Preheat the oven to 400° F.
    2. On a baking sheet mix the parmesan, pecorino, garlic, thyme, 2 tablespoons butter, and a pinch of pepper. Spread in an even layer. Place the bread over the cheese. Brush with 2 tablespoons of butter. Arrange the prosciutto on top/around the pan. Bake until crispy, 15-20 minutes.
    3. Arrange the cheesy bread on a serving platter/board. Break the burrata over the bread. Top with peaches, prosciutto, basil, and hot honey. We love these warm, but they're great at room temp too.
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  1. I’m getting ready to make these and just need a clarification. The direction say to put the moisture on a baking sheet. Do I need to use a silicone sheet under the mixture?

  2. 5 stars
    The peaches at the farmers market were looking amazing and so I figured I would try this recipe when I got home. My husband “wasn’t hungry” but ended up eating like 10 of these anyways. They were amazing and I will definitely be making these again.

  3. 5 stars
    Outstanding! This was a dinner hit! I love the peach/burrata combo and adding the prosciutto and hot honey (I make homemade with my bff’s honey) – whoa! We also splashed a tad bit of
    Balsamic vinegar and boy, did that elevate the app!
    As always, love your creations, recipes, and passion!

    *This was my appetizer ribeye steaks that we dry-age ourselves, salad, sweet potatoes, and rosemary white potato wedges #choices #homechefs

  4. 5 stars
    This was AMAZING! So many good flavors together. I tested it out as an appetizer for an upcoming group trip and my husband and I ended up eating them (plus a salad) as dinner and it was plenty filling. This will definitely be a yearly meal during peach season.

  5. 5 stars
    I saw this recipe and knew immediately I wanted to give it a try. I planned to make it this past Sunday (8/6) along with grilled steaks, sauteed mushrooms, and roasted brussel sprouts. They went perfectly with our meal and were scrumptious as well as beautiful on the charcuterie board. We felt so fancy celebrating our anniversary. Thank you for the delicious recipes!

  6. 5 stars
    Hi Teagan, I made a simplified version of this for lunch today with out prosciutto and we liked it so much I made your version for dinner. The only change I made was to use goat cheese instead and I used basil. It was delicious. Thank you for giving me a way to use peaches at the end of the season! I hate when peach season ends!

  7. 5 stars
    Loved these! So easy to make and so good- we liked them so much we had them 2 nights in a row as a light dinner.
    Will be serving them as an appetizer with friends as well. Summery and delicious!

  8. 5 stars
    Absolutely delicious!! After I put the bread on top of the cheese mixture and cooked it. I flipped the cheese side over and put the burrata mixture on top of the cheese side. I really don’t think it matters. I followed the recipe exactly and honestly I wasn’t sure if the hot honey was going to be too hot. It was perfect!! Don’t hesitate to follow the recipe as is as it’s a perfectly balanced recipe. What an elegant appetizer for a dinner party too! My husband and I ate it and licked our fingers!
    Teagan you do a beautiful job and I follow you on IG too and have your cookbooks! You’re so talented!’

  9. I’m confused about the cheese and butter. The parm cheese and butter etc are on the bottom of the bread? Then more butter brushed in the top? So prosciutto is on the top and parm cheese on the bottom??

  10. 4 stars
    This is such a lovely recipe and I am sorry to have finished the peaches we had last week. Another thing is that this recipe calls for using ‘honey’ and I recently completed this reading where there was a reference to ‘honey’… you ever need to sweeten someone up, just add ‘honey’ to their tea. Works like a charm!—comment from a character named Nelly Marsh in this book that I was reading. Well, I make connections to things where there is not a connection but only from this perspective. Thank you for sharing.

  11. Is “hot honey “ regular honey that is warmed or a special kind of honey that has added spices to it?😀

    1. I’m assuming it’s just honey that’s been heated. If you click on “hot honey” in the list of ingredients, it shows one brand of raw, unfiltered honey. No spices added.

      1. I thought the same as you after looking at the link that took me to plain honey. Then I saw the comment above and so looked it up and found a recipe for it….1c honey, 2 tsp hot pepper flakes…bring to a simmer and addYbsp apple cider vinegar. Cool and store in jar. Delicious!

      1. The link you have to the hot honey is just regular honey. Where can you buy hot honey, is there a brand you recommend? Would love to make this recipe!

        1. TJs has a great one, they call it spicy honey, although it is usually called hot honey colloquially. And my regular grocery store carries a few brands, look near condiments like BBQ sauce. Sometimes they also have a display near all the charcuterie essentials.