Mediterranean Hummus Crostini – crunchy sourdough with fresh hummus, colorful veggies, and crumbled feta! Use your favorite toppings for a vibrant summer appetizer that’s easy to assemble and even easier to love!
Hummus is my favorite go-to ingredient when making appetizers. It works great as a dip but it’s perfect for spreading on toast like we’ve done for these crostinis too!
Spruce them up with colorful veggies like olives, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, and pickled onions. Drizzle on some olive oil or sprinkle on some herbs and you’ve got the easiest summer appetizer there is!
Check out my recipe for Mediterranean Buddha Bowl to make the hummus at home.
Mediterranean Hummus Crostini - crunchy sourdough with fresh hummus, colorful veggies, and crumbled feta! Use your favorite toppings for a vibrant summer appetizer that’s easy to assemble and even easier to love!
- 12 slices sourdough bread , french baguette, or any bread of your choice
- hummus , store-bought or homemade
- 8 cherry tomatoes , thinly sliced
- 8 olives , sliced
- 1 small cucumbers , thinly sliced
- 6 pickled pearl onions , sliced
- feta cheese , or any cheese of your choice
- basil leaves , or any herbs of your choice
- red chili flakes
- salt, black pepper and sesame mix
- olive oil
- garlic powder
- edible flowers
Brush your bread with olive oil and toast it in the toaster until golden brown or bake in an oven at 350°F/175°C.
Spread a layer of hummus on each bread. Check out my Mediterranean Buddha Bowl recipe to make the hummus at home, or use a store-bought one.
Then, place your sliced cherry tomatoes, olives, cucumber, and pickled onions.
Top them off with feta cheese, chili flakes, garlic powder, salt-pepper-sesame mix, edible flowers, and microgreens.
Drizzle with some olive oil and your crostini are ready! Enjoy!
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Not only looks colorful, but also tempting to make. Which hummus did u use? And never heard of pickled pearl onions. Do u get them in stores; if so, what brand & which store? I shall appreciate yr response! Thank you, & have a gr8 year ahead!