Goat Cheese and Chorizo Crostini
This appetizer was no-brainer for me. I love bread. I love cheese (especially of the goat variety). And I love chorizo. Not only is the recipe easy as can be, but it sounds and looks quite sophisticated. In other words: If you want to impress guests but don't cook very often, look no further. Click here to see 11 Easy Appetizer Recipes.
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Fresh beans are readily available during the late summer months, and they are surprisingly easy to cook with. Simply shell the fava beans and cook them for three minutes in boiling, salted water, then transfer them to a bowl filled with ice water to keep them from overcooking. 
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We try to stick with strictly Italian flavors when we’re thinking up dishes for the restaurants, but I can promise that you will never find anything like these crostini in Italy. It’s basically an assemblage of Thanksgiving flavors, or flavors of the American south, on toast.I let it slide in terms of our Italian paradigm because the flavors are just so comforting and delicious. I recommend you make this only in the fall when the butternut squash, at least that which you’ll find at farmers markets, has flavor. When good squash isn’t available, we make the purée using orange-fleshed sweet potatoes, and we suggest you do the same.Click here to see Nancy Silverton's Thanksgiving Dinner.
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Beet and Goat Cheese Crostini
Beets and goat cheese are the ultimate dream team. These crostini are best fresh out of the oven, so don't bring them to a party unless they can be reheated there. See all crostini recipes. Click here to see Just Beet It.
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4.5
This easy to make beef crostini appetizer takes just 10 minutes to prepare and is perfect to serve during family dinners, holiday get togethers and more. Courtesy of French's
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4.5
Grilled Ham and Cheese Crostini
Make the most of your summer grilling by starting your dinner party with these charred crostini.This recipe is courtesy of Food Network.
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4.5
Avocado Crostini
We've all been there — you need an appetizer that will make a great impression but doesn't require you to slave away in your kitchen. This crostini is sure to deliver on both accounts. The creaminess of the avocado, saltiness of the prosciutto, and nuttiness of the Parmesan combine to create the perfect bite.  Click here to see 6 New Ways to Use Avocados. 
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Pumpkin & Prosciutto Crostini
Fall is a season that calls for a lot of entertaining, and this recipe fits the bill as a party-perfect hors d'oeuvre. The sweetness of the spiced pumpkin purée-ricotta mixture is well-matched with the saltiness of the prosciutto. And good luck holding yourself back from eating too many and ruining your appetite for the main meal. Click here to see the Not Just for Carving: 8 Pumpkin Recipes story. Click here to see The Perfect Christmas Dinner.
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I'm on a prosciutto, burrata, and arugula kick lately. I recently had the most amazing prosciutto, burrata, and arugula salad at one of my favorite restaurants and I haven't been able to take my mind off the three ingredients since. These crostinis are my interpretation of that fateful dish, with the much drier mozzarella standing in for its creamy counterpart.  Click here to see 11 Easy Appetizer Recipes.
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This crostini is a great way to use up those summer peaches. Double the peaches in this recipe, and use the leftovers on toast the next morning instead of jam.
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Chicken Salad on Baguette
Chicken salad crostini kicked up with Mexican flavors to create the perfect bite!
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3.75
While you could bake a whole wheel of Brie until it’s gooey, and then top it with the jam, I find making individual baked brie crostini easier to serve — and easier for my guests to eat!
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2.5