Parmesan Crostini

By: Easy Peasy Mommy

The best crostini I have ever eaten was at Bacco Ristorante (in Southfield, MI). I loved it so much I immediately went home and trying to replicate it. After many tries, I came up with a similar crostini and then developed my own slight twist on an original classic. So easy to make with most items in the pantry. I love this with soup, dips, crumbled up on top of a salad as faux croutons, or even as a standalone snack for chomping. 



Ready In:

Prep: 15  Cook: 20

Cost (Estimated):

$5 – $10



  • french baguette
  • 1 tsp Garlic Salt
  • 1 tsp Italian Seasoning
  • 3/4 cup  Grated Parmesan
  • Red Pepper Flakes to taste (optional)
  • Spray Olive Oil
Easier Peasier Recipe Tips:

  • I would highly recommend using really good parmesan cheese for this recipe. Fresh grated even. This will truly make or break this recipe!
  • If you don’t have olive oil spray, feel free to use olive oil in a bottle and either brush it onto the bread, or blot it on very liberally using a paper towel.

Step by Step Instructions

Step 1

Preheat oven to 400

Step 2

Slice baguette at an angle. VERY thin. Almost thin enough to fall apart… but not quite

Step 3

Lay baguette slices on a cookie sheet (its ok if you have a little overlap)

Step 4

Spray liberally with olive oil, front and back

Step 5

Mix garlic salt, italian seasoning, and parmesan together in a separate bowl

Step 6

Sprinkle garlic salt mixture onto the bread liberally.

Add red pepper flakes to taste


Step 7

Bake 12-20 min. Watching close after 12 min. Bread should be crisp, not burned.

Done! Easy. Peasy!


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