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Wild blackberry crostini with goat cheese

Wild blackberry crostini with goat cheese is a sweet sour snack you just have to try! Go on a trip to get the best wild blackberries you've ever had!

Wild blackberry crostini with goat cheese
5 minutes 20 people Lunch
Wild blackberry crostini with goat cheese

Ingredients

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  • Crostini, which is a hard, Italian baguette that has olive oil and herbs on it.
  • Lemon
  • Honey
  • Mixed greens
  • Goat cheese
  • Wild blackberries (or store-bought, but they are bigger)
Wild blackberry crostini with goat cheese ingredients
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Kitchen equipment

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  • Knife
  • Cutting board + bread knife
  • Zester


Preparation

5 minutes 20 people Lunch

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Preparation

As the ingredients list suggests, you can use store-bought blackberries for this recipe.

In late August you can get wild blackberries, so we went out to the forest and got a whole container full of them. Wild blackberries are smaller and sourer. 

Wild blackberry forest
Wild blackberry forest

We took our dogs along with us on the trip and started scouting the forest for wild blackberries. After grabbing a container full, we went home to eat these delicious treats.

Wild blackberries should be eaten on the same day as getting them since they will mould very fast. That's all the preparation for now! 

Wild blackberry crostini with goat cheese
Wild blackberry crostini with goat cheese

Making wild blackberry crostini with goat cheese -- 5 minutes

Grab a crostini, add goat cheese, some mixed green leaves and 1 or 2 wild blackberries on top. Finish by adding honey over the crostini. Zest a lemon and divide lemon zest over the crostinis. 

Repeat the above steps to make as much crostinis as you would like!


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