The Bubbly Hostess Serves Caprese Bruschetta

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Caprese Bruschetta

Caprese Bruschetta

Over the weekend, we attended our monthly Couples Euchre night and I brought this dish.  It was pretty cool because we started playing this game on a monthly basis in July of 2006 – so this weekend marked the 10 year anniversary of our game night.  We even have four couples still playing that were part of the original group!

I brought this Caprese Bruschetta – I had a TON of basil in my garden, so decided to make a lot of pesto.  Then I decided to turn a caprese salad into a bruschetta – it was fresh, summery, and delicious!

Caprese Bruschetta
Yields 16 Bruschetta Slices

6 Roma tomatoes

3-4 cloves garlic, minced

3 tablespoons olive oil

1 baguette

8 ounces fresh mozzarella, cut into 16 slices

1/2 cup pesto (either store bought or homemade)

Salt & Pepper

Dice the tomatoes and combine with the garlic and olive oil. Season with salt & pepper.

Cut 16 slices from the baguette.

Top each baguette slice with a piece of mozzarella, some of the tomato mixture, and a drizzle of pesto.

Serve immediately.

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Heather Sneed (46 Posts)

Heather loves to cook, entertain, plan parties, and of course - drink champagne.  She is excited to share her planning tips, party ideas, and favorite recipes.   Growing up, she watched her mom cook, bake, and throw great parties, so she’s sure her interest in cooking and entertaining came from her mom.   Being a wife and a mommy, her party style ranges from birthday parties for little ones to elegant cocktail parties for the grown ups.  Her plans include a combination of her own ideas coupled with those from others.  You'll find that her recipes leave some room for experimentation - she doesn’t usually make the same dish exactly the same way twice - She loves to try different things!  

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