borrowed: Herbed White Bean Crostini

So we tried this recipe out this evening with our Asparagus & Artichoke Quiche   and it was pretty good.  We didn’t have red crushed pepper, so we left that out and we warmed the bean dip on top of the baguettes as they “warmed/baked” in the oven… also we sprinkled with a bit of paremesan cheese.  Our oldest son LOVED these and kept asking for more.  There was enough for each of us, 4, to have 4 pieces… he had around 6 or 7.  haha!  Thanks for sharing this recipe!!!

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During our little road trip last week, we had the best lunch at Cibo in Sausalito and I haven’t been able to shake the craving for their white bean crostini (which was a surprise side dish that came with the quiche I ordered). So, yesterday, I attempted my own version and served us up a tasty, garlicky, herbed, white bean crostini lunch. I’ll admit it wasn’t as divine as Cibo’s was (theirs has magic in it), but it was delicious nonetheless. And so SO easy to throw together, I had lunch ready in about 15 minutes! This crostini has definitely landed a spot in our meal rotation. Recipe after the jump. xoxo!

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  1. 1

    Sherrie said,

    i know S loves anything he gets to help make

  2. 2

    He didn’t help make these, he helped taste test them. He has been excited about all these new dinners. haha

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