This nibble builds on the classic pairing of cheese, dried fruit, and nuts. A splash of balsamic vinegar helps bring together all the flavors. The crostini are best served right out of the oven, though they can also hold for an hour or two at room temperature.
This recipe is excerpted from Big Buy Cooking.
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I've made these on many occasions and everyone loves them. The brie and the dates are a perfect combination.
I served these in puff pastry molded into mini muffin tins, rather than on crostini. It was a portable appetizer that I could bring to a dinner party and bake for 10-15 minutes. Everyone loved them and they were easier to nosh on as they were more bite-size. I'm sure it is yummy on crostini, too. Nice flavor combination without being too sweet.
Excellent! Gone within minutes at the party.Flavours go really nicely together.Easy, fun and tasty appetizer.
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