Total Time
Prep 6 mins
Cook 4 mins

Perfect for serving spinach dip on


  1. Slice bread on an angle.
  2. Place olive oil in small shallow bowl (like a cereal bowl).
  3. Dip each side of bread slices in olive oil.
  4. Broil until slightly browned, flip and broil other side too.
  5. Watch carefully, it can go from not quite done to burned in an instant!
Most Helpful

Thanks for sharing these tasty toasts, puppitypup! I had a garlic parmesan baguette, so that is what I used; I baked at 425 for approximately 8 minutes, then flipped for about 5 more minutes. They were crispy and perfect! I'll be making these again and again!

alligirl January 05, 2010

Okay I'm going to confess - the first time I cut the slices too thin and they burnt to a crisp and set off the smoke detectors! lol so then I sent my laughing DH up to the store to purchase another baguette and after the smoked cleared tried these again cutting the slices a bit thicker and really watching them carefully! Perfect! We served these with Creamy Chicken & Wild Rice Soup. Tagged in Potluck Tag.

HokiesMom January 02, 2009

Yum! A perfect toast, with so many possibilities! I ate some just as is, then used the rest for bruschetta. Thank you! Made for the Freeze Your Buns Potluck party!

Sharon123 January 01, 2008