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Summer Crostini 6 Ways | @hbharvest

I’m going to get right down to the point today because we have SIX cheesy crostini recipes to chat about, so there is ZERO time to waste. I mean, we need to talk all things burrata, blue cheese, goat cheese, cheddar, brie and feta.

Basically all the cheeses…obviously.

Summer Crostini 6 Ways | @hbharvest

Summer Crostini 6 Ways | @hbharvest

The 4th of July is just one week from today and the new Tieghan is all about party appetizers. They’ve quickly become some of my favorite recipes to create…hello cheese boards, crostini, dips, sliders and foods on sticks. So fun, so cute and SO GOOD!

I have been wanting to create a post like this for a while. I love the concept of sharing ideas like this, where you can pick and choose your favorite combos or even make them all. Plus, a lot of times I can have so many flavor combos that I am dying to tell you all about. Choosing just one is the hardest thing for me, like the hardest. So I finally just gave in and decided, screw it, let’s do crostini 6 ways.

You can make them all or make just one or two, either way I feel like everyone should be able to enjoy something from this post.

ALSO, how fun would it be have a little 4th of July crostini party with all these? Everyone could try each combo and pick their favorites. Plus, did anyone notice the reds, whites and blues?!? Okok, so maybe they’re not that obvious, but there is red, white and blue happening here, which makes these pretty festive for the fourth… just saying,

Summer Crostini 6 Ways | @hbharvest

Summer Crostini 6 Ways | @hbharvest

Alright, so let’s talk shop already. Here’s the run down of each crostini you see in these photos. Instead of providing you guys with full recipes, measurements and all that stuff, I thought it would be better to just list what I put on each piece of bread in order of the way I assembled them. When I make crostini or things on toast, I never measure out anything closely, it’s just a little of this and a little of that, you know? Feel free to take these ideas and use them as a base to make your own fun crostini creations. It’s summer and summer is all about flying by the seat of your pants right?!?

Ahh, wait, I don’t think I’ve ever done that…never mind. Just have fun with these and use them as a guide to help you build the best ever crostini station in all the land. Your friends are going to be so jealous of your epic crostini making skills.

YES…clearly I am a little competitive. ?

Summer Crostini 6 Ways | @hbharvest

Summer Crostini 6 Ways | @hbharvest

Summer Crostini 6 Ways | @hbharvestSooo here we go… Summer Crostini 6 Ways!

Crostini 1: crusty grilled sourdough bread, smashed avocado, charred corn, cherry tomatoes, fresh basil, crumbled feta, lemon zest, kosher salt + pepper. This one is basically summer on toast. You can’t beat its simpler classic flavors. Everyone love it.

Crostini 2: crusty grilled sourdough bread, fig preserves, burrata cheese, prosciutto, fresh fig, fresh thyme + basil, flaky salt + pepper and a drizzle of honey (or honeycomb). Possibly my favorite combo of all, this one is just mouth-wateringly GOOD. But I do really love figs, and I also really LOVE burrata.

Crostini 3: crusty grilled honey whole wheat bread, goat cheese, fresh cherries, fresh basil, aged balsamic vinegar, olive oil, flaky salt and pepper. Umm, YUM… cherries all summer long… please and thank you!

Crostini 4: crusty grilled honey whole wheat bread, melted cheddar cheese, blueberry jam, fresh thyme + honey + fresh blueberries for garnish. Promise this one is not as weird as it may seem. It’s surprisingly delicious, and if you love the combo of sharp cheddar to sweet fruit you will love this toast.

Crostini 5: crusty grilled sourdough bread, blue cheese, grilled peaches, chipotle honey + toasted pumpkin seeds and a sprinkle of flaky salt. OK, I lied, this one might just might be my favorite. The combo of bold blue cheese, to sweet grilled peach, to smoky sweet chipotle honey is truly one of the best things ever. DO IT.

Crostini 6: crusty grilled sourdough bread or honey whole wheat bread, melted Brie, fresh strawberries, basil, aged balsamic vinegar, sweet honeycomb (or just a drizzle of honey) and a pinch of flaky salt. I mean, I mean!?!? Does that even need more of an explanation? This one is mom’s favorite.

And DONE. Don’t those all sounds kind of amazing?!? And yes, I really, really like my cheese and fruit combos…you can just never go wrong there.

Summer Crostini 6 Ways | @hbharvest

Let’s make all the crostini please… obsessed!

Summer Crostini 6 Ways | @hbharvest

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  1. These all look and sound delicious. Looking forward to creating a few of my own and try these. One question, in the #5 crostini you mention a Chipotle Honey, which sounds amazing. Did you make this by adding the two ingredients together or is something you bought?

    1. It’s literally just a little honey and a chipotle pepper mixed together. I use 1/2 cup honey and 1-2 peppers. Please let me know if you have other questions. Hope you love this recipe! Happy Holiday’s ? 🙂

  2. Your photography is as amazing as your recipes! You really need to do a cookbook! It would be a beautiful addition to any cook’s/foodie’s collection and proudly displayed! I would give as birthday, Christmas, wedding shower or hostess gifts!

    Like you, I love to create new options for crostini, always a crowd pleaser. THANKS for inspiring me with new and gorgeous ideas! My friends always request my Classic tomatoe & basil over herbed goat cheese on a French baguette toasted with olive oil and cayenne, but next garden party I am going to mix it up!

    1. HI!!! Thank you so much Kim!!
      I actually am working on A cookbook at the moment!! It will be out next year!
      That sounds so fun, classic tomatoe & basil over herbed goat cheese on a French baguette toasted with olive oil and cayenne sounds SO delish!! I hope everyone enjoys the mix up!! (:

  3. These crostinis looks so delicious, can’t wait to try some. I have all ingredients except balsamic vinegar; going to try your recipe soon. I think these will pair good with my strawberry lemonade.

  4. Can I ask how you char your corn? Is there a way to do it inside instead of on a grill? I have a gas stove and oven, please guide me! So many of your amazing recipes have charred corn in them. Can’t wait to try them all!

  5. These look amazing. I want to make them all! The photographs look good enough to eat. I can’t wait to try and make a few of these as a summer treat.

  6. Ohhh my gosh!! These all look amazingly delicious!! I clicked on this post thinking “I doubt I would ever make these,” but now after reading it I’m thinking “I HAVE to make them ALL right this second!!!!!!” Your posts are always so inspiring 🙂

  7. I’m so obsessed with these crostini! I don’t think I could begin to pick a favorite… I just need to try them all :).

  8. Tieghan, this looks wonderful! It’s sad that I’m lactose intolerant and I don’t have cheese, but I’m sure I can find a good vegan cream cheese substitute and use whole wheat sourdough for these recipes! The photography looks absolutely phenomenal!

  9. Yeah. . .definitely screw it. I mean. . .who doesn’t need 6 divine and tasty crostinis in their life. I certainly do. As a matter of fact, I’d even forgo dinner for a tray full of these beauties.

  10. Can I maybe come live in your fridge and eat all the leftovers!??

    God oh god, this is GENIUS ?

  11. Damn, girl! All of these crostini sound amazing, I don’t know if I could pick a favorite! 😉