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Apple Brie Prosciutto Crostini Recipe

These Apple Brie Prosciutto Crostini are the ideal holiday appetizer. They’re perfectly balanced – salty, sweet, creamy, and crunchy. Always a hit for every gathering. Bonus: they’re super easy and fast!

apple brie prosciutto crostini holiday appetizer

Is Thanksgiving really and truly only 9 days away?!

I might proclaim this every year, but each fall the holidays seem to arrive quicker than I remember it ever arriving. #theolderiget

With the holidays right around the bend, we’re eagerly anticipating the most tender brined turkey, homemade cranberry sauce, make-ahead mashed potatoes, and winning pumpkin pie with surprise ingredient.

Not to be eluded are incredible appetizers that tempt the tastebuds and pacify growling tummies.

Cuz we all know our bellies are talking just as much as our voices while we socialize and wait for the big feast.

Today, Apple Brie Prosciutto Crostini has center stage. Cue the spotlight…

How to Make Apple Brie Prosciutto Crostini: 

Is that not brilliantly fast and easy and yummy? ⇑

apple brie prosciutto crostini holiday appeziter

This luscious Apple Brie Prosciutto Crostini is ridiculously easy and quick to serve up. It’s joyfully piled high with holiday flavors. It boasts something for everyone in each yummy bite.

We’ve got buttery crostini toasts topped with crunchy, tangy slices of apples. Which are then topped with creamy smooth Brie cheese (💗)

Happily layer on the Prosciutto di Parma, which lends an irresistibly savory flavor to this holiday appetizer. With only four ingredients, specially-bred pork, and sea salt, Prosciutto di Parma is 100% natural and perfect for those who appreciate quality.

Top off your Apple Brie Prosciutto Crostini with the crunch of toasted pecans and the sweetness of pure honey.

apple brie prosciutto crostini holiday appetizer

This is one holiday appetizer that comes together in no time and requires zero elbow grease.

Just toast, slice, and pile. These appetizers can be quickly made right on the spot or mostly prepared ahead of time.

The toasts can be done well ahead of time. Just slice up the rest of the ingredients and have your friends help you layer on the crostini goodies while you sip on delicious champagne punch. 

apple brie prosciutto crostini holiday appetizer

Pair these Apple Brie Prosciutto Crostini with a crisp/dry Riesling, Gewurztraminer, or a dry Champagne for the ultimate holiday appetizer.

Enjoy, Friends!

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    • Tiffany Yong

    I’m swallowing my saliva as I look at that big piece of Brie cheese! I love eating them when I’m in hotel for breakfast buffets! This is definitely something I will love to try making~

    • Bhushavali

    I could try out the recipe without the ham and it would still taste delicious I guess. The cheese and crunchy baguette and juicy apple would be a great combo. Happy Thanksgiving!!!

    • Josselyn Radillo

    I can almost feel the crunch !!!!!! I love the mixed flavors !! This looks so delicious!

    • Katrina Centeno

    This sounds like a divine appetizer. You will really make your Thanksgiving special. Now I am wishing we have Thanksgiving in this part of the world and somebody will invite me. Ha!

    • Deb B.

    I could eat about 2 dozen of these in one sitting! I love the mixed flavors of savory and sweet, and I bet it satisfies all cravings! So yummy and different! 🙂

    • Jack bransson

    This is a good idea to do a new recipe and its looks delicious looking which makes me wanna give it a try.

    • Ana Ojha

    It looks incredibly delicious and super quick to make! Just by looking at your pictures, it makes me hungry!

    • alainamonster

    This looks like a really great appetizer, and easy too! I love the apply slice addition!

    • Shub B

    What an amazing and tempting idea! Apple Brie Prosciutto Crostini looks so yummy, I want to try this for my family, I’m sure they will love this recipe.

    • Ellie Plummer

    What a great idea, this looks and sounds delicious. I would love to try this (with a veggie substitute).

    • Moipone Islam

    No thanksgiving in South Africa but this recipe looks like something I want to try. Yes the year feels like 6 months now scary.

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