Get ready for some easy, delicious fun. This summer appetizer is a crowd pleaser. Strawberry and Avocado Bruschetta: Bruschetta with a California flare!
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How to Make Strawberry and Avocado Bruschetta:
Simply spread toasted slices of baguette with ricotta cheese…
…add sliced berries…
…score an avocado into small cubes and add to bread…
…generously drizzle with balsamic glaze…
…sprinkle with chopped basil…
….and voila! The prettiest summer appetizer ever. EVER. Really…ever.
The Recipe: Strawberry Avocado Bruschetta
Tips and what you will need: (affiliate links) A serrated knife is best for cutting bread, use a chef’s knife for avocado, my serving board can be found here and balsamic glaze here.
- 1 French or Sourdough baguette, thinly sliced and baked till golden
- 8 oz full fat ricotta cheese
- pint of strawberries, thinly sliced (start with half and see how far they go)
- 1 avocado, scored into small cubes
- balsamic glaze
- 10 basil leaves, chopped
Preheat over to 400 degrees and move rack to upper third of oven
Place bread slices on cookie sheet and place in oven for 4-5 minutes or until bread is slightly golden
Remove from oven, spread with ricotta cheese
Place a few strawberry slices on top, add avocado, drizzle generously with balsamic glaze
Garnish with basil!
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I would never have thought to put strawberries and avocado together, but that looks so good! I need to get more adventurous in the kitchen!
You can do it!
That looks amazing! My husband would love that. I will show him the recipe.
Thanks. I hope he loves it!
Love the idea of using strawberries and avocados for bruschetta. And I LOVE the links to your favorite products! What a great way to feel like I have a private lesson with a fab chef
Thanks Treisha. I am so gladd you feel like it’s personal. Miss you xo
I love both strawberries and avocados, but I would never have thought to put them together! This actually looks really delicious! Thank you!
This is a beautiful appetizer! I think I will make it for the long weekend!
Lovely! Who takes the photos when you’re doing the sprinkling? Hubby?
Actually I used Christine Olson again. She did pictures for me four years ago. I thought it was time to be in some photos, showing the process:)
What a beautiful–and delicious-sounding–combination of ingredients!
So pretty! I love the addition of fresh strawberry. It sounds wonderful!
I would not have thought of the strawberries. Another fabulous recipe! I could see myself snacking on this later today!
Yum, I love bruschetta, this sounds like a wonderful preparation and so pretty too!