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Asiago and Heirloom Tomato Crostini Recipe

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Asiago and Heirloom Tomato Crostini

My favorite thing to make when we have guests come over is the appetizer. I love to unleash my creativity to create fun and unique flavor combinations with my recipes. When having some friends over last week, I decided to make asiago and heirloom tomato crostini. The Laughing Cow is one of my favorite cheese brands to make appetizers, and when I noticed some new cheese flavors while shopping in my local grocery store, I knew I wanted to try making something new.

I had made a recipe pairing sun-dried tomatoes and asiago cheese in the past, and wasn’t quite sure how the cheese would pair with heirloom tomatoes, and it turned out to be pure deliciousness. The recipe is super easy to make, and your guests will devour every last bite.

Asiago and Heirloom Tomato Crostini with Laughing Cow Cheese

Supplies needed:

1 Baguette
1 Package of The Laughing Cow Asiago Cheese
1 Package of small heirloom tomatoes
1 Tbl. Olive Oil
1 Tbl. fresh Thyme


1. Slice the baguette into 1″ pieces
2. Spread the Laughing Cow Asiago Cheese onto each piece
3. Lightly drizzle the olive oil over the baguette pieces
4. Slice the small heirloom tomatoes and then put on top of the cheese
5. Top with a Thyme leaf
6. Serve and enjoy

When planning your next dinner or party or needing to bring an appetizer to an event, try making this delicious recipe. It will impress your guests, and they’ll be begging you to share the recipe. The Laughing Cow has a variety of different cheese flavors available that you can use to create your own unique recipe. Learn more about The Laughing Cow online.

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One Comment

  1. This is the perfect recipe for having friends over or to impress somebody. It’s easy, simple and really delicious. Thank you!

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