What’s piled up here? Day-old crusty Italian bread, a spicy cashew cream cheese, spinach, and roasted tomato that’s been punctured so the juice can drip into the bread.
This dish can be eaten as an appetizer or as a snack, depending on how much you make. It can be served at breakfast (while you’re waiting for pancakes) or at a party at night - just make sure it’s hot and fresh. I eat them straight off the pan, standing over the stove enjoying every last bite.
my favorite super-quick breakfast: halved grapes with ground flaxseed dusted on top.
the flax gives the sweet grapes a more complex, full flavor, and it’s really good for you too! grind whole flaxseeds in a spice/coffee grinder in small amounts (1/4 cup), then store in the fridge or freezer.