Goat cheese and chia cranberry crostini

Holly molly, I have just made these goat cheese and chia cranberry crostini and they were to die for. No only they were delicious but they were so easy to make. For sure this is going to be one of my appetizers for tomorrow Thanksgiving.

goat cheese chia cranberry crostini

If you want something easy and delicious to have as an appetizer for Thanksgiving or at any other gathering this is it. This goat cheese and chia cranberry crostini is very unique. If you don’t like goat cheese you can use ricotta cheese or any soft cheese of your choice, even cream cheese would work and if you want to make it vegan just use vegan cream cheese.

The chia seed cranberry jam in this recipe comes from a recipe I made a couple of days ago. It is also very easy to make and delicious so I hope you give it a try. No need to buy jams anymore.

Ok so I finally decided what we are having for thanksgiving besides a few appetizers. BBQ chicken with a veggie stir fry mixture, I know it is not turkey but we really don’t care for it. I am not much of a meat or poultry eater either and I don’t cook it too often so I am sure my family will be thrilled with this recipe.

Well I hope everyone has a great holiday. This is my short post right before the holidays. Stay safe my friends and be careful traveling places, the weather here in NJ is not too good thus far!


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I toasted my baguette under the broiler but you can do it on a toaster if you like. Just make sure you keep an eye on the bread because it burns really quickly.

goat cheese chia cranberry crostini


Goat cheese and chia cranberry crostini

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 20-24 crostinis

Total Time: 10 minutes



Cut the baguette into slices. Toast the baguette slices under the broiler on both sides or on a toaster.

Place about 2 teaspoons of goat cheese followed by 2 teaspoons of orange cranberry jam and the orange zest. Serve.

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  1. Me encantan los scones y estos con cranberry han de estar deliciosos, personalmente me gustan un poquito más gorditos.
    un besote

  2. These scones sound delicious. Have you ever tried them with reduced-fat butter?

  3. we LOVE scones. i’ve never tried to cut shapes with the dough…i usually just plop them down. i’ll have to try that sometime :)

  4. I just whipped some of these delicious scones up this morning for my husband’s birthday. I used golden raisins instead of cranberries and he loved them! Thanks for the recipe.

  5. Went on the search today for whole wheat scones and found your recipe. Going to give it a try~ Following you via GFC~ Lynn H @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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