Flatbread Apps Three Ways

Serve up these simple appetizers at your next party.

By: Ryan Reed
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Flatbread Appetizers

Flatbread Appetizers

Three delicious flatbread recipes to make at your next party.

Photo by: Jalynn Baker

Jalynn Baker

Whether you’re hosting a large dinner party or a quiet meal for two, an appetizer is a great way to start things off and preview what’s to come in the main course.

Fresh Bread

Fresh Bread

Fresh sliced bread.

Photo by: Jalynn Baker

Jalynn Baker

Some appetizers can be overcomplicated and not worth the effort but that’s not the case when it comes these versatile flat bread apps. Simply start with fresh sliced bread and drizzle olive oil over each one. Then, pop in them in the toaster oven at 325 degrees until crisp. Once you have your base, follow the steps below to make your favorite appetizer.

Holiday-Inspired Flat Bread

Holiday-Inspired Flatbread

Holiday-Inspired Flatbread

Cranberry sauce is the secret to this holiday-inspired flatbread.

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Jalynn Baker

With your toasted bread laid out, spoon whole cranberry sauce on each of the slices. Add a healthy amount of deli turkey on top of the cranberry sauce and finally, top it all off with a slice of brie. Slide the flat bread back into the toaster oven and let it sit until the cheese softens on top of the turkey. Top with arugula and serve.

Southwest-Inspired Flat Bread

Southwest-Inspired Flatbread

Southwest-Inspired Flatbread

Combine barbecue chicken, black beans, corn, roasted red pepper and Mexican cheese to make this Southwest-inspired flatbread.

Photo by: Jalynn Baker

Jalynn Baker

Start with the toasted bread slices with olive oil and add barbecue chicken to each one. Add canned black beans and corn, roasted red pepper and top with Mexican cheese. Allow the cheese to melt and then serve.

Greek-Inspired Flat Bread

Greek-Inspired Flatbread

Greek-Inspired Flatbread

Combine roasted garlic, fresh spinach, sun-dried tomatoes and feta cheese to make this Greek-inspired flatbread.

Photo by: Jalynn Baker

Jalynn Baker

Add a few pieces of roasted garlic to each of your flat bread slices and use a knife to break them open and spread. Add fresh spinach on top followed by sun-dried tomatoes and feta cheese. Place flat breads on a sheet and toast for 5 minutes at 325 degrees. Allow to cool slightly and serve.

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