Blue Cheese and Peach Chutney Crostini

Here is another quick crostini idea for the upcoming holidays.  I originally saw this using fig chutney, but I happened to have peach chutney in the cupboard, so I went with that.  The verdict...excellent!

This is a fabulous pre-dinner bite because it takes nothing, time and cooking wise, to put together. 

You really want to use a high quality, pungent blue cheese here, otherwise the sweetness of the chutney will overcome the flavor of the blue cheese.

Use any flavor of chutney you like or can find, peach, fig, mango....all will be delicious and balance nicely with the cheese.

This is also a great dish for anyone who feels they are lacking in cooking skills but still wants to contribute to the party.  If you can slice a baguette, you can make this.  It will be a wonderful and classy addition to any parties you are attending this season.  Also perfect for the party-giver who has so many other complicated dishes to prepare but still needs appetizers for arriving guests.

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Blue Cheese and Peach Chutney Crostini

Recipe from: Recipe inspiration from Real Simple Magazine | Serves: 24 slices


  • 1 baguette sliced in 24 slices
  • 2 Tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
  • 3/4 cup chutney, peach, fig or mango work well
  • 4 oz good quality, pungent blue cheese


  • Heat oven to 400 degrees F. Place bread slices on a baking sheet and brush both sides of the bread with oil. Bake until golden brown, 4 to 5 minutes per side (this can be made up to two days ahead and kept in an airtight container).
  • Dividing evenly, spread 3/4 cup chutney on crostini. Top each slice with thinly sliced blue cheese.

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  1. Darryl in Austin 1

    Oh I bet this is yummy. Perfect for me as I need some quick apps that don;t require my time while I concentrate on the turkey!

  2. I love anything with blue cheese!!

  3. Lisa 3

    Oh how quick and easy and full of flavor…thanks for all the easy ideas!!

  4. I’ve done fig and I’ve done onion jam as well as apricot, but I’ve never thought of peach and bleu cheese together! Definitely a must-try

  5. I am so making this as my Thanksgiving appie!

  6. Is it okay to eat just these with a bottle of your wine for dinner? ;) YUM!

  7. Noble Pig 7


  8. mmmm fruits and cheese are my favorite combo!

  9. shmaj 9

    looks yummy. I’m going to try it with mango chutney and extra sharp cheddar since I bought those at the store today. I’ll have to try blue cheese someday too. In addition to the above I’m going to make mejdool dates stuffed with goat cheese – another quick recipe which allows you to concentrate more on the turkey :)


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