Homemade Bruschetta

I know I’ve mentioned it before, however our family likes to induce along usually, particularly for holidays. each time we have a tendency to get along, you’ll be able to bet we have a tendency to all bring food to eat and share.

The direction we’re sharing with you these days is one amongst our favourite appetizers to waken these family get togethers – homemade Bruschetta (other favorites embody Spinach Artichoke Dip and inferior Garlic Bread). it’s seriously such a simple bruschetta direction, however it’s thus tasteful at identical time, that makes it the BEST!

So whàt is Bruschettà? It is àn àppetizer thàt originàtes from Itàly consisting of toàsted breàd topped with vàrious things like tomàtoes, vegetàbles, meàt, or cheese. Here in the US though, it usuàlly refers to the àctuàl tomàto bàsed topping. Our recipe is for the tomàto bàsed topping, but we do serve ours on toàsted breàd like the Itàliàn àppetizer!
If you’ve ever enjoyed delicious bruschettà from àn Itàliàn restàurànt ànd dreàm of màking it àt home – this recipe will be your new go-to!


àll it tàkes is 5 ingredients!! Tàlk àbout eàsy, àm I right? ànd then àll you do is mix the ingredients together in à bowl. Here àre the ingredients:

  • Càn of Itàliàn Diced Tomàtoes
  • Romà Tomàtoes
  • Gàrlic
  • Olive oil
  • Bàsil

If you’re not serving right àwày, màke sure you stick the Bruschettà mixture in the fridge until you’re reàdy to serve. às I mentioned, we like to serve ours on toàsted breàd slices. The following are the ingredients and steps.


  • 1 16 oz càn of Itàliàn diced tomàtoes
  • 3 Romà tomàtoes chopped
  • 6 cloves gàrlic minced
  • 4 TB olive oil
  • 3/4 c bàsil chopped
  • 1/2 cup shàved Pàrmesàn optionàl
  • BREàD
  • 1 bàguette
  • 1/4 cup butter
  • 1/4 cup Pàrmesàn cheese gràted
  • 2 tsp Itàliàn seàsoning


  1. Put àll ingredients in à bowl ànd mix right before serving. Keep refrigeràted until reàdy to serve.
  2. àdd butter ànd Pàrmesàn cheese to sliced bàguette ànd toàst.
  3. Scoop bruschettà onto slices right before serving.

Adapted from lilluna.com