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Strawberry and peach crostinis with swiss spread

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One of our favorite things about summer is all the fresh, seasonal produce that is so readily available everywhere. While it’s pretty easy to find strawberries year-round (in most places in the U.S.), it isn’t until spring/summer that they get especially sweet and juicy. Stone fruit season is also here and we’ve been finding ourselves overloading on peaches, plums, apricots, etc. So good.


t Aside from just straight up eating glorious fruit in its natural state, we love incorporating it into our snacks and meals in a variety of ways. One of our favorite things to do with fresh fruit is to give it a savory pairing. Enter fruit-topped,The Laughing Cow-loaded crostini. These super quick and easy snacks are a fun and unique alternative to the standard tomato and basil bruschetta. We love the balance between the sweet fruit and savory cheese spread, finished with a crispy crostini for texture. It’s a snack that will keep you totally satisfied and wanting more.

t We used strawberries and peaches for our fruit-topped crostini, but The Laughing Cow Creamy Original Swiss goes well with so many different flavors that we encourage you all to get a little creative and mix it up with some of your favorite seasonal fruit. Diced plums with a little tarragon (for a little anise flavor at the end)… why not? Thinly sliced fig topped with fresh basil?… yes, please. Even a little bit of cubed salami and a schmear of jam? Yum. The combination of options are endless.

t For your next midday snack attack, try something a little different with your The Laughing Cow cheese wedges, like these fruit-topped crostini recipes.


Strawberry black pepper fruit-topped crostini

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Peach oregano fruit-topped crostini

t Serves 2


  • 1 ripe yellow peach, seeded and diced
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  • 20 oregano leaves
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  • Salt to taste


  1. Spread a small amount of The Laughing Cow cheese over each crostini. Set aside.
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  3. In a small mixing bowl, combine strawberries and black pepper. Top half of the crostini with the strawberry mixture and serve.
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  5. In another small mixing bowl, combine the diced peach and oregano. Lightly season with salt and toss together. Top remaining crostini with peach mixture and serve.


tDisclosure: This post is part of a collaboration with The Laughing Cow and SheKnows.

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