Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Breakfast Crostini

Here we are on our 3rd snow day. I think this will probably be the last one though, because the sun is actually shining and that might just be enough to melt some of the snow and ice that has been causing such trouble for everyone around here.

This also happens to be the 3rd recipe that I tried from Rachael Ray's Look and Cook, although I should add that this recipe for Breakfast Crostini, and the recipe I shared yesterday- Fennel and Pepper Salad, were both in the "extra" recipe section of the book that didn't have any pictures at all. So, no looking-and-cooking for me on this one. But that wasn't a problem, because this recipe was really easy. This recipe can also be found on multiple places on the web.

All you do for this one is combine fresh mozzarella, prosciutto (I used Canadian bacon), scallions, basil, Italian parsley, tomatoes, and a little bit of olive oil. Then you toast some bread- I used Italian 5-grain (my daughter calls it seed bread) and top the toasted bread with the delicious salad.

Super easy. Super delicious and really the type of breakfast I would love to have any day. It is basically like having a yummy salad on top of toast.


Recipe for Breakfast Crostini
* I used about 1/2 the olive oil called for
* I used Canadian bacon instead of prosciutto
* I used 5-grain Italian bread instead of peasant bread


8 comments:

Blog is the New Black said...

Looks awesome! Love the idea of breakfast crostini!

Cookin' Up Dreams in April's Kitchen said...

These are beautiful! I love fresh and different breakfast ideas for a saturday morning. Thanks!

The Food Librarian said...

Awesome! I'm so coming over to live at your house! Everything you make is so healthy and delicious.

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

This looks delicious! So happy I stopped by! I may have to try this - soon!

Jun said...

Would love to eat this any time of the day!

Syd said...

I would also eat this any time of day (NOW would be good pleasethanx). But, I *love* that you made this for breakfast. Brava!

Ashley said...

Looks and sounds delicious! I've been wanting to pick up that Rachael Ray cookbook so maybe I will now. Thanks for the review!

The Cookinglady said...

This looks so good, you could eat this any time of day. Thanks for sharing.