I’ve been witness to a lot of food stress this week.
I get it, the holiday season is hard. There are just so many delicious and readily available foods everywhere.
And sometimes foods are packaged in beautiful shiny paper with ribbons and sparkles so you’re fooled into thinking it has to be something delicious.
But then it isn’t. Not even close.
Enter, food stress: the overwhelming feeling of regret at having consumed an item that just wasn’t worth it.
Here, I hope to assist you in avoiding such a tragedy.
Here, I give you crostini. Or ‘little toasts’.
These work as simple appetizers that are easily customizable to your family’s or guests’ preferences. They can also be as naughty or as nice (in the health department) as you want.
These two options are on the healthy end. They’re easy to make but also little more interesting than your basic bruschetta or simple cheese crostini.
Also, they’re super gorgeous. Even more gorgeous than any of that tricky bedazzled packaging.
And of course, they are totally worth it.