A tasty appetizer that takes little time to prepare and is perfect for any occasion.
This post is sponsored by Bloom Fresh
Can you believe Thanksgiving is next week. I can’t believe in one week we’ll be stuffing turkeys, baking pies and mashing potatoes for a Thanksgiving feast. Where does the time go?
If you’re like me and looking to enjoy the holidays a little more and not stress so much about spending hours in the kitchen, do I have a yummy recipe for you that will get you in and out of the kitchen in no time. These tasty Pomegranate Walnut Brie Crostini are the perfect appetizer to serve for any holiday gathering. And the best part is this effortless appetizer is quick to make without sacrificing flavor.
You can never go wrong with brie. It’s an instant crowd pleaser at any party. Instead of serving it with crackers try spreading brie on top of thin slices of warm toasted bread and topping it crunchy walnuts and juicy pomegranates. Not only do these make a festive appetizer but they are little bites of goodness that you can’t stop eating.
Pomegranates are a must for the holidays. I’m seeing them in all the grocery stores lately but honestly cringe at the thought of taking the time to seed them. Thankfully Bloom Fresh makes it so much easier to enjoy pomegranates not only during the holiday season but year round with their conveniently packaged fresh, hand picked premium pomegranate arils that you can enjoy without the hassle or the mess. I don’t know what I would do without these. Not only are pomegranates delicious they are packed full of health benefits, antioxidants, Vitamin C and K! These little jewels are great to toss in salads or to use in a variety of recipes like this Pomegranate Walnut Brie Crostini. You can find Bloom Fresh at many retailers including Whole Food and A&P’s. Click HERE to find a store near you.
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I received compensation from Bloom Fresh for recipe development and post. All opinions are my own.