Two Peas and Their Pod

Roasted Grape, Blue Cheese, & Honey Crostini

We hope you all had a joyous Christmas weekend. We had a wonderful holiday with our new little pea and my family. We hosted Christmas dinner last night and it was one big party. We had five kids under the age of five at the table, there was never a dull moment:) My family will be in town all week. I am glad the fun doesn’t have to end just yet. If you are still entertaining or gearing up for a New Years party and need an easy appetizer, try this Roasted Grape, Blue Cheese, & Honey Crostini.

This crostini recipe is super easy, which makes it perfect for parities and entertaining. You only need five ingredients-olive oil, grapes, French baguette, blue cheese, and honey. Roasting the grapes doesn’t take long and it brings out a nice sweet flavor. The savory, salty cheese goes really well with the sweet grapes and honey. This stunning appetizer is sure to be a hit at any party.

Roasted Grape, Blue Cheese, & Honey Crostini

Yield: 20-24 crostini

Cook Time: 20-25 minutes

Crostini with roasted grapes, blue cheese, and a touch of sweet honey. This easy appetizer is perfect for parities.

Ingredients:

Red grapes, about 1 pound, removed from the stems
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 French baguette, thinly sliced and toasted
Blue cheese, about 4-6 ounces
Honey, for drizzling

Directions:

1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Place grapes on a large baking sheet. Drizzle grapes with olive oil and gently toss. Roast for 20-25 minutes or until grapes are soft and slightly shriveled. Let the grapes cool to room temperature.

2. Place 3 grapes on top of a baguette slice. Top with blue cheese and a drizzle of honey. Serve.

Note-to toast baguette slices-preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Place baguette slices on a large baking sheet and toast until edges are slightly golden and bread begins to toast, about 5 minutes.

If you like this Roasted Grape, Blue Cheese, & Honey Crostini, you might also like:

  Pin It

53 Responses to “Roasted Grape, Blue Cheese, & Honey Crostini”

  1. 43
    Katherine @ eggton — February 26, 2012 @ 11:28 am

    In looking at these pictures, I was like:

    These are grape TOMATOES.

    NO!!! Wait they’re GRAPES!

    Nah, they look like tomatoes. . .

    Ahhhhh….I see the grapeness!!

    It was pretty funny. And I can’t wait to try it!

  2. Pingback: Roasted Grape & Sweet Potato Rice Salad | Emilie's Enjoyables

  3. Pingback: Spinach Quinoa Salad with Roasted Grapes, Pears, & Almonds | Two Peas & Their Pod

  4. Pingback: Roasted Grape & Cheese Crostini « Adventures in Cooking

  5. Pingback: Dinner Party Lessons | Food Snob St. Louis

  6. Pingback: Roasted Grape, Blue Cheese and Honey Crostini | Dinner Series

  7. Pingback: For Your New Years Party « oh so decadent

  8. 44

    These look amazing! MUST make them. Your photos are always gorgeous, too.

  9. 45
    wooden kids play kitchens — June 12, 2013 @ 10:33 pm

    I like the valuable information you provide in your articles.
    I will bookmark your weblog and check again here frequently.
    I’m quite certain I’ll learn many new stuff right here!
    Best of luck for the next!

  10. 46
    job centre jobs — September 13, 2013 @ 8:14 am

    There’s definately a lot to find out about this issue.
    I really like all the points you’ve made.

  11. Pingback: 15 New Years Eve Recipes

Leave a Comment