When you say fall, I say apples!
Apples are a snacking staple in our house year round, but there’s something about a honeycrisp apple in the fall that simple can’t be topped.
Today’s #ASideOfFall recipe will be highlighting this delicious fruit. These harvest crostinis are great to bring to a potluck, serve as a Thanksgiving appetizer, or enjoy as a light lunch.
You will need:
1 honeycrisp apple
sourdough baguette, sliced
handful of green grapes
handful of almonds or pecans
What you do:
Slice your baguette to your liking and spread a bit of goat cheese on top. Toast in a 350 degree oven for about 10 minutes.
While your baguette is toasting, slice your grapes and apple into small pieces. Add the almonds or pecans and top with a bit of honey. Stir until the honey coats the mixture.
Once your baguette is toasted, top with the apple and grape mixture.