The simplest 5-minute best bruschetta recipe you’ll ever eat! Perfect for a quick, go-to summer appetizer when you are entertaining.
No lie. This isn’t one of those scenes from Elf where Buddy congratulates the coffee shop for having the “world’s best cup of coffee.”
No, no, this is legit. With the summer coming up and guests popping in unexpectedly, this is a bruschetta recipe that you’ll want on hand.
And the best part about this appetizer? It requires no actual cooking or measurements.
Just throw all of the ingredients together, and you’re set!
You can also add these 5-minute hors d’oeuvres potato chips recipe, and you’re ready to go!
Ingredients Needed to Make the Bruschetta Recipe
All of my ingredients are from Trader Joe’s:
Brioche toast slices
English peaches n’ cream cheese
White truffle oil
How To Make The Best Bruschetta Recipe
Step 1 – Prepare marinated tomatoes by heating oil in a medium skillet over medium heat
Step 2 – Drizzle a bit of white truffle oil on each brioche toast.
Step 3 – Spoon tomatoes on top of the bread
Step 4 – And then top with bruschetta sauce, avocado, and cheese.
There you have it. The best 5-minute bruschetta you’ll ever eat!
Tips for Making an Easy Bruschetta Recipe
— Choose tomatoes that are red and juicy; they should also have a sweet flavor.
— Preparing the bread ahead of time, up to several hours before serving, is recommended if you are making it for a party.
You will be able to throw together a quick app right before guests arrive, which will relieve some of the last-minute prep stress.
— Alternatively, you can use the leftover bruschetta to top the grilled or baked chicken the following day.
What to Serve with Bruschetta?
Bruschetta is a classic Italian appetizer that takes no time to prepare and is always sure to please.
A delicious accompaniment for bruschetta is a classic salad like this Cranberry Orange Salad with Creamy Citrus Vinaigrette.
The tartness of the cranberries and oranges cuts through the richness of the bruschetta, creating an interesting flavor balance.
Or this simple classic Italian Cacio e Pepe Recipe. The heat from the pepper perfectly complements the contrasting flavors of the bruschetta.
How Long Does Fresh Bruschetta Keep?
When making your own bruschetta, it is best to use the freshest ingredients available.
The most important factor in how long the bruschetta will keep is how quickly you consume it.
Generally, if stored properly, bruschetta can last up to 3-4 days in the refrigerator.
To maximize storage time and quality, it is best to make the bruschetta with fresh ingredients and store it in an airtight container.
Refrigeration will help extend the shelf life of your bruschetta and keep it from going bad too quickly.
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Best Bruschetta Recipe
- 4 piece Brioche toast slices
- 2 tbsp English peaches n’ cream cheese
- 1 piece Fresh avocado
- 2 tbsp White truffle oil
- 3 tbsp Bruschetta sauce
- 1 piece Tomatoes
- Prepare marinated tomatoes by heating oil in a medium skillet over medium heat
- Drizzle a bit of white truffle oil on each brioche toast.
- Spoon tomatoes on top of the bread
- And then top with bruschetta sauce, avocado, and cheese.
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9 thoughts on “The 5 Minute Best Bruschetta Recipe”
Yum! This looks so good Ash. I’ll have to try it. P.S. I have those striped IKEA towels too – use them all the time. :)
Truffle oil makes everything scrumptious! Love the styling!
Looks delicious! I may have to fix this over the weekend!
the combination of ingredients + the presentation = mouthwatering
This bruschetta looks so tasty! I might have to go buy some white truffle oil just to give this recipe a try. Plus, the Elf reference seals the deal.