My Savvy Recipe ~ Southern Pimento Cheese,Bacon & Tomato Crustini’s (DELICIOUS!)

Southern Pimento Cheese,Bacon & Tomato Crustini’s

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My Hands Down Absolute Favorite Treat! DELICIOUS!

INGREDIENTS:

1 8 ounce block sharp white cheddar cheese, shredded (cracker barrel brand recommended)

1 8 ounce block yellow sharp cheddar cheese, shredded (cracker barrel brand recommended)

7 ounces chopped pimentos, drained well

1/2 teaspoon black pepper

1/2 teaspoon garlic powder

1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper

3/4 cup mayonnaise (Hellman’s is preferred)

2 French Baguettes, good variety for exceptional taste and texture ( I like Panera Breads or Atlanta Bread Company’s baguettes)

remember: bread is key here…… good bread stands apart from all others and the taste is unmistakeable!!!!

1 package bacon, cooked and crumbled

2 roma tomatoes, chopped (for garnish)

DIRECTIONS :

Heat oven to 400 Degrees

Mix both cheeses, mayo, black pepper, garlic powder, cayenne pepper, and pimentos in a mixer to thoroughly incorporate.

Then put into container, sealed tightly and put into fridge for 2 hours at least, so all of the flavors can combine.

Once cheese has had a chance to sit in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours, Cut baguettes thinly and on a biased (angled).

Toast baguette slices on EACH side for 3 or 4 minutes, or until desired crunchiness.

Top each slice with Pimento Cheese mixture and sprinkle with bacon crumbles.

Put back into oven for 3 or 4 more minutes, and then top with diced tomatoes.

Serve and Enjoy!!!

 

This is also great as a grilled cheese or on top of a burger as well! DELICIOUS!

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  1. Lyndsey R. says:

    I am totally making these for our memorial cookout in a few weeks! Thank you! These sounds so delicious!

  2. Ann says:

    I LOVE crostini! They tend to look so fancy, at tapas bars and such. But in reality, they can be so easy to make! (I’ll sometimes make them with just olive oil, salt and pepper, and maybe some mozzarella and fresh basil.)
    Once again, you’ve hit a home run with this recipe! It might have a little too much of a “kick” for me, with the cayenne and all, but that’s just my taste– I prefer milder foods. And, I’m sure that while preparing the crostini this could be adjusted a little. Regardless, this recipe as-is looks like a definite crowd-pleaser!

  3. Christie says:

    These look delicious! I never had pimento cheese till I moved down south and I am a fan!

  4. This sounds so good I copied the recipe. Thanks for sharing.

  5. I am definitely making these for my family for a treat.They will be delighted with the cheese bacon and spices on a baggette.Thank you for posting this for us!!

  6. KATE SARSFIELD says:

    Very posh cheese on toast! I love the addition of the peppers & garlic especially!

  7. Eugene says:

    Tastes well.

  8. Deb E says:

    This sounds and looks great and I’d just sub some Greek yogurt for the mayo, since I’m not a fan, and some fake bacon, lol. They have some good substitutes out there really. I love the pimentos though.

  9. kathy downey says:

    Wow,you had me drooling at this Masterpiece i cant wait to make this at a family gathering coming up in July…i bet its so delicious.Thanks for the recipe !

  10. Erin K. says:

    I have never tried anything like this before. Perhaps it is time to try it since this looks delicious!

  11. Sue E says:

    I have never had this, but am more than willing to make and try it!! This really does look “deliciously savvy!” I pinned this. I might leave out the cayenne pepper. You are right about using Hellman’s. It is the only mayonnaise we prefer also.

  12. Lauryn R says:

    Yum, these look delicious!! Making your own cheese spread sounds heavenly, I love cheese! 😉 I need to make some for tomorrow! Thanks for sharing!

  13. My husband would like this.

  14. Lynne B says:

    I’ve never had pimiento cheese. I like that you make it from scratch because I’m sure there’s no comparison to any store-bought ready-made cheese.

  15. Jerry Marquardt says:

    I most definitely would love to try the Southern Pimento Cheese,Bacon & Tomato Crustini’s. I think it is a fine plate, of which it’s on my menu later in the week.

  16. Nancy Burgess says:

    These look great I’m going to make them thanks for the recipe.

  17. molli taylor says:

    i have never really thought about this combination but it actually sounds really good. im gonna give it a go!

  18. Jana Williams says:

    These Look Absolutely Delicious, Thanks For Sharing! I Don’t Think There is a Kind of Potato that I Don’t Like, Whether it’s Fried, Mashed, Baked, or Like These! The Only Part I Would Have to Leave Out is the Bacon b/c I Don’t Eat Pork but the Tomato is An Amazing Change from the Plain Old Traditional Ones So I Know I Would Like that! Thanks Again for Sharing, Have a Good Day! – Jana

  19. Tamra Gibson says:

    Lol I originally thought this was a more detailed loaded potato skin recipe. Good thing I know yo read directions

  20. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    This recipe sounds wonderful. I can’t wait to try it. Thank you so much for sharing

  21. Andrea Williams says:

    I remember my grandma making pimento cheese when I was young. This looks like an awesome way to update a favorite.

  22. Cynthia C says:

    These look delicious and would be great appetizers for the holidays.

  23. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    This recipe sounds great. This is something my family would love. I can’t wait to make these. Thank you for sharing

  24. Maryrose Attard says:

    Definitely 100% delicious! Thanks for giving up this awesome recipe!

  25. michele says:

    I made these when I first saw the recipe.. Delicious.. a crowd pleaser….

  26. Adriane says:

    Wow – these look incredible! Thanks!

  27. Heather Amos says:

    This looks delicious, going to have to give it a try.

  28. Sue E says:

    I had to pin this, because I cannot wait to try this! I like all the ingredients and I love crunchy food! Thanks!

  29. Richard Hicks says:

    I will have to try this. Looks so tasty!

  30. Kristen Schwarz says:

    This looks amazing! Might have to give it a try for dinner this week.

  31. Tamra Phelps says:

    These look really good. I love foods like this, finger foods & appetizers. Pinned it!

  32. Brandy Monday says:

    looks yummy, think my whole family would love these

  33. Terri S says:

    These look so good! They’re making me hungry. Thank you for sharing!

  34. Brigid OHara Koshko says:

    Oh my gosh! This looks delicious and simple! I am going to try this recipe tonight.

  35. These crustinos look so yummy and easy to make. Something different and family will love them.

  36. Kara Marks says:

    This sounds fabulous! I’ve saved it–ty so much!

  37. jennifer sparks says:

    This looks like my husband’s new favorite soon. This looks so easy to make.

  38. Jodi Hunter says:

    These look so yummy, I am making these this weekend!

  39. Katy says:

    My mom loves pimento cheese! I’d love to make these for her. I totes agree with what you said about bread. Good bread is good bread. The rest can ruin a recipe or dinner.

    1. mcushing7 says:

      So so true! I love good bread 🙂

  40. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    These are so good and looked so nice when I finished them. Thank you again for this great recipe. God Bless

  41. June S. says:

    (My Savvy Recipe ~ Southern Pimento Cheese,Bacon & Tomato Crustini’s (DELICIOUS!) This is a good recipe that I would enjoy making for my husband and I. He is a meat and potatoes man, and I know that he would like them.

  42. Ashley R says:

    This looks so delicious!!

  43. This recipe looks so yummy. Love all the foods but never thought of putting them together. I will definitely make these. Thanks for sharing.

  44. Ashley R says:

    This looks wonderful!

  45. Katie Bellamy says:

    This looks yummy! I gotta try it!

  46. Kelly says:

    This sounds so yummy. I love cheese and of course bread 🙂 So this is perfect. I think it will be on the Big Game menu.

  47. MINERVA Lebron says:

    THIS RECIPE IS GREAT AND YOU CAN GIVE IT A TOUCH OF YOUR OWN FLAVORS. I’M NOT SAYING THAT NEED MORE FLAVORS; BUT IF YOU WANT IT GIVE A FLAVORS OF YOUR COUNTRY, PLACE, ETC. YOU CAN DO IT.

  48. Sally Wilsey says:

    This looks so good. I love the bacon pimento combination. Thank you for the post.

  49. Jana Williams says:

    Thanks So Much for Sharing This Yummy Recipe for These Crostinis, They Sound Delicious! At First I Thought They Were Potatoes, Now I See That They are Crostinis! They Sound Amazing but I Would Have to Make Them Without Bacon Since I Don’t Eat Bacon but Aside from That They Sound Delicious! Well Thanks Again for Sharing,Have a Blessed Day My Friend! – Jana

  50. gloria patterson says:

    OMG this looks so good……. if the roads are clear friday I will be going to the store and making this………… MY mouth watering just thinking about it

  51. natalie nichols says:

    These look SO delicious! So cheesy and bacony!

  52. Ashley R says:

    I tried these, and they’re great!

  53. Elizabeth Tarlow says:

    I am so happy that I found this recipe! Thanks so much for sharing 🙂 This looks & sounds so good…I’ll definitely be making for Superbowl Sunday!!

  54. Dotty J Boucher says:

    This looks amazing, definitely a treat dish for me to make for guest. I love that this is super
    easy to make and can add any topping for your taste.
    @tisonlyme143

  55. Jenn Oldaker says:

    I’ve never had a Crostini but these look really good! I may very well have to try them soon!! 🙂

  56. Lisa Ogle says:

    This sounds like a winning combination, so easy to make. I will be making this soon.

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