Strawberry Mascarpone Mint Honey Crostini the must-have spring and summer strawberry appetizer for snacks, lunch, parties, baby showers, and bridal showers. So yummy! A must try!
Strawberry Mascarpone Mint Honey Crostini
Strawberry season is happening folks! Strawberries in the late spring are scrumptious! California grows them and we eat them by the pint daily during spring until mid-July. They harvest them for several months, but the flavor is over the top when the weather warms up.’
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California Strawberries Yum!
Strawberries as a standalone are amazing and in a salad, they really are the stars. I wanted to make a recipe that used local honey. So many articles mention that honey helps with allergies and other good things. Plus! It tastes so good and even better drizzled on some soft cheese or a cup of steaming oatmeal.
Lordy, once I put together this amazing Strawberry Mascarpone Mint Honey Crostini recipe I had to GROUND myself from the kitchen. They are that good y‘all.
How to Make Strawberry Mascarpone Honey Crostini
Make strawberry crostini by first preheating your oven to 350º.
Slice baguette crosswise about a half-inch in deep. If you are using a very large French loaf, cut the pieces in halves.
Place cut bread on a baking sheet pan with one sheet of parchment paper for easy cleanup.
Drizzle each crostini toast with olive oil and then place in the preheated oven for 8 – 10 minutes.
Top toasted bread with a tablespoon or two of mascarpone, Drizzle with honey, layer sliced strawberries and top with thinly sliced fresh mint. (chiffonade)
Place on a pretty platter and serve immediately! Try not to overindulge, these are crazy good.
Strawberry Crostini is a perfect spring and summer appetizer and looks especially beautiful in a bridal shower or baby shower celebration.
ABOUT PAM: Pam is a veteran parent of two children, one married and one in high school. Happily married to the love of her life she is a retired music teacher that works for the family business and enjoys volunteering at school and church, as well as dabbling in graphic and web design.