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Boursin Kalamata Olive Bruschetta

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I’m a snacker… a nibbler if you will. I’d rather order from the appetizer menu, preferably a sampler platter thank you, and I’ll be a happy girl. That’s why, when I host any get together, I always make and serve a lot of different appetizers. This Boursin Kalamata Olive Bruschetta was a request from family for a recent get together.

Years ago, I found Boursin Cheese Spreads and have used them in all kinds of dishes, recipes and yes of course, even as a stand alone or a spread. Our favorite flavor is the Shallot and Chive which is why it is the featured ingredient in this Boursin Kalamata Olive Bruschetta.  Yes, this dish is ridiculously simple to make. But don’t assume that makes it not worthy. Once you taste the flavors that come alive all blended together on your tongue, I’m 100% positive you will be pleased!

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The thing with Boursin is that it’s made with “I can pronounce them” ingredients, and that’s kinda a big deal to me. The flavors are rich and creamy without being overpowering to the delicious cheese, which is always the focus.

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This recipe isn’t one you necessarily need an ingredient list and sizes and portions. It’s that simple.

Make up some bruschetta, top with Boursin Cheese (any flavor you’d like) and top with Kalamata Olives (or black or green or….again you get the point). Serve on a pretty tray and I photographed these before the party, so I didn’t get them with their pretty green parsley sprigs I placed in the center of each one. These were delicious and they went fast!

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This post is sponsored by Boursin Cheese. All opinions are honest and 100% my own.

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