White Bean Bruschetta

White Bean Bruschetta

"This fabulous bruschetta has a Tuscan flavor. Quick and easy, I've made it many times to serve when entertaining guests. --Kristin Arnett"
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20 m servings
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  1. In a medium bowl, combine the beans, tomatoes, olives, 4 tablespoons oil, basil, garlic, salt and pepper.
  2. Place bread slices on an ungreased baking sheet. Brush with remaining oil. Broil 3-4 in. from the heat until golden, about 1 minute. Spread with cheese; top with bean mixture. Serve immediately.

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You must make this recipe!! This is incredibly flavorful -- I know I will make this over and over again. The goat cheese adds a really nice flavor. I used cannellini beans instead of great no...

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I liked this. However, I only had a big ol' loaf of garlic french bread... but I made do. I had to used dried basil, and "salad bar" olives, green ones from Meijer. I left out the salt, since th...

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You must make this recipe!! This is incredibly flavorful -- I know I will make this over and over again. The goat cheese adds a really nice flavor. I used cannellini beans instead of great no...

Yum! Add a dash of balsamic vinegar and some sun dried tomatoes for a little more flavor. Will definitely make this again!

my friend and family forcibly demand that I make this recipe time and time again. I altered it by toasting the bread with the goat cheese already on. I also usually omit the olives and replac...

Excellent. I added just a little rosemary because I had rosemary going on with the rest of my meal. Next time I might mash a few of the beans to bind this just a bit. Thanks!

I have made these several times now and always have people ask for the recipe! They are delicicous! I use the Pilsbury french loaf, roll it in an Italian dried herb mix (parsley, basil, oregan...

YUM! Instead of putting this on the bread, I put it over penne pasta and added the goat cheese...my 2 year old gobbled it up...I used kalamata olives (are these the same as Greek?) and thought ...

I served this recipe on Christmas and it was a huge hit! I added a few touches to it. I added about two tablespoons of balsamic to the mixture along with some fresh, coarsley grated parmigiano r...

Awesome recipe. I used gorgonzola cheese instead of feta and added some capers in exchange for olives. Be sure that you season with salt to taste.

used feta,omitted olives

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