This 10 minute Avocado Caprese Bruschetta makes for the perfect quick appetiser that’s always a crowd pleaser!
Today is my 2nd blog anniversary, so Happy Blog Anniversary to Jessica in the Kitchen! I was going to make cake, but let’s be real, I’m more a savoury celebration kind of girl.
One thing I definitely haven’t had enough of this summer was avocados. I mean, of course I had one every single chance I got to, but somehow that still wasn’t enough! I got the chance to try one straight from Jamaica, Florida and Mexico and I still can’t pick a favourite (although I’m learning towards Mexico!). One thing for sure is that avocados go great on pretty much everything, especially this Avocado Caprese Bruschetta. I thought it would be the perfect summer wind down (tears!) appetiser and it’ll fit right into your Labor Day celebrations. Ready?!
The last two years of this blog have been amazing. It’s been a real life journey, but I’m so excited to be fully dedicated to the blog!! Apart from all the amazing connections I’ve made this bloggers and readers (super hearts <3), I really do love bringing you all this amazing healthy food!! Putting my speech down, let’s get into these okay?
This could be named Avocado Caprese Bruschetta, Crostini or even just toasts. It doesn’t matter and I’m not going to get into technicalities because it tastes AMAZING. My favourite thing about this that it is SO easy it’s embarassing.
Toast the baguettes, spoon on the topping, and drizzle on the balsamic reduction. I’m talking – While the oven is preheating, start the reduction. While the bread is toasting, cut up the ingredients and mix them together. 10 minutes, in and out and they taste like the prep took longer than that. Win, win.
Not only are the ingredients super easy to put together, this isn’t one of those appetisers that will leave you feeling guilty. You have avocados, fresh mozzarella, cherry tomatoes, whole baguette and balsamic vinegar. They come together so beautifully that I’m wondering – WHY haven’t I done this before?!
Whip these up now or you save them until Labor Day but either way you’ll be glad you did. I made tons of topping and have been eating it in a caprese salad by itself in everything else basically. Can you say versatile?
P.S. Also, don’t be afraid to mix it up! I think roasted peaches would taste AMAZING in replacement of the tomatoes, or even in addition.
P.S. 2 (is that a thing?) see that beautiful soapstone tray?! I made the Avocado Caprese Bruschetta ON it, and it stayed warm for ages. I can’t wait to share the details in an upcoming post (teaser alert!) but you won’t be disappointed!
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