I enjoyed this for a late supper last night! I halved the recipe. Thanks Kitz! Made for your cookathon. Get well!
This was quite good! I wasn't sure I'd like the mayo at all (didn't really fit my idea of a bruschetta) but it was really very good! I only added 1 tablespoon low-fat mayo, and couldn't find marinated artichoke hearts at the store so I used a can of plain artichokes that I sprinkled with marjoram, thyme and fresh basil. In the end I did sprinkle on a little balsamic vinegar when I served this though, as I couldn't imagine eating bruschetta without vinegar:) Otherwise I added 3 roma tomatoes and spread this on two large rolls, sort of open-faced-sandwich style. It turned out great! BF and I ate it for supper. This was so easy and good I'll make this again (but probably without the mayo and with vinegar):D Thanks Kitten!
This was fantastic!! I also couldn't find unmarinated artichokes, so I added 1/4 tsp each...thyme, marjoram and basil.
This was amazing! Loved it and will be making it again.
oh sorry, forgot the stars.......5 for sure!
Yummmmy!! I love bruschetta and this was a nice twist to that. Will make it again for sure.
I made this for New Years Eve get-together. It was a HUGE hit and so easy! Very yummy and everyone wanted the recipe. Thank you!
Wow this is good!! I used only 1 roma and I didnt have any fresh garlic so I subbed garlic powder and also used onion powder. I used 3 tbsp of mayo. Turned out perfect. I cut the baguette on the diagional. I grated the mozzarella cheese with a microplane coarse grater which was finer than my box grater and the cheese melted nicely after taking the bread out of the oven. Thanks for sharing this recipe, one I will be making again!!