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Greek Bruschetta

Greek Bruschetta

My husband was out of town last weekend so my kids and I were on our own. We rented movies after playing in the park on Friday afternoon and came home to a house that smelled of freshly baked bread. I decided to do a fun dinner for us using the French Baguette I baked earlier in the day. I made two different types of bruschetta (I will post the other one tomorrow). We had a nice evening eating with our hands and watching movies. It was a great night with my kiddos.

Greek Bruschetta:


  • Handful of grape tomatoes, diced
  • Handful of kalamata olives, diced
  • 1 tbsp toasted pine nuts
  • 1 tbsp fresh parsley, chopped
  • 2 tbsp feta cheese
  • Dash of oregano
  • Sea salt and freshly cracked pepper, to taste
  • French baguette, sliced
  • 1 clove of garlic

Greek Bruschetta

How to Make Greek Bruschetta

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Combine the tomatoes, kalamata olives, pine nuts, parsley, feta cheese, oregano, sea salt, and freshly cracked pepper, to taste. Mix the ingredients until well combined.

Greek Bruschetta

Place the baguette slices on a baking sheet and place them into the oven. Bake for 3-4 minutes until slightly crisp. Remove the bread from the oven and rub the garlic clove over each slice. Top with the tomato mixture and eat immediately. Enjoy.

Greek Bruschetta


Click here for a printable version of this recipe – For the Love of Cooking.net




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  1. Such a nice appetizer and very colorful as well!After having seen these pictures I can not possibly refrain from a very late night snack..Have a good night!

  2. Just the sort of thing I like and do for myself when alone. Great combination of food. Diane

  3. Very yummy and best dish you shard here. Just now I finished. I added more tometo because I like its flavour too much, really very delicious dish.

  4. Here's the problem I have – I hate olives. Like, absolutely detest them, spit them out everytime, will throw away a sandwich 1/4 way through if I find it has olives.

    How do I make up for that in something like this? Because I LOVE Greek food.

  5. I LOVE Greek flavors, and this looks delicious, Pam! I bet it was amazing on your home-made baquette!

    Kim in MD

  6. Great idea Pam. I love Greek salad, and pairing it with crusty bread can only be a good thing!

  7. Another fantastic Greek dish, Pam. This looks absolutely lovely!! I'm inspired to use more Greek flavors because of you 🙂

  8. Yum! What a great summer meal – fresh and full of flavor. I am an olive addict so this is perfect for me!

  9. Anonymous,

    You can do the bruschetta without the olives. Maybe try replacing the olives with artichoke hearts. Hope this helps.


  10. I'm wondering if your kids ate this one? Or if the one you're posting tomorrow was their favorite? My boys will try just about anything, but I'm not sure the olives and the cheese will be a hit with them. Bruschetta sounds great though. I think we'll do that for lunch next week.

  11. What a lovely little meal for you and your kids! Sounds like you all had a great time. Thanks for sharing this excellent recipe! 🙂

  12. Yum Yum! This looks so good my kids would love this too. I may use this this weekend for my daughters b-day party for an appetizer.

  13. Your kids eat this kind of thing?? I am jealous. Mine would want the bauguette slathered with butter or Nutella. Sounds de-li-ummy to me though!

  14. That looks delicious. I sure do wish I could have some now! I can't believe that you even made the baguette yourself. Way to go! I hope you can come by at share this delicious looking bruschetta at These Chicks Cooked Recipe Spotlight. Have a blessed day 🙂

  15. Another fantastic Greek dish, Pam. This looks absolutely lovely!! I'm inspired to use more Greek flavors because of you 🙂