Fig and Proscuitto Crostini

Fact! All good cocktails need a good snack!
This Thanksgiving pair up your Apple Cider Whiskey Rose with a fig and prosciutto crostini. This little sophisticated toast will look stunning passed around at Thanksgiving this year.

These crostini only take a few simple ingredients and bring out an amazing sweet and salty flavor combo! My favorite part is the cranberry walnut bread! Check our your favorite grocery stores bakery for a fresh-seedy bread to help add more flavors to this crostini. If figs aren’t your thing (say whaaa?!) you could totally swap them out with pears or apple slices to still keep them feeling fall!

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FIG & PROSCUITTO CROSTINI

 8 Slices of cranberry walnut bread or seedy bread
Olive oil
1 ½ Cups of ricotta cheese
Flaky sea salt
6-8 Figs, thinly sliced
8 Prosciutto slices
Honey

Fresh thyme sprigs
Makes 8

1. Brush bread slices with a thin layer of olive oil and toast lightly until golden brown.

2. Spread a thin, even layer of ricotta cheese onto crostini. Sprinkle with flaky sea salt.

Evenly arrange fig slices and prosciutto onto crostini. Sprinkle with fresh thyme sprigs and drizzle with honey.
*Note, if figs are no longer in season substitute with pears or apple slices.

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