Biscuits for spreading
At the time of the aperitif, it was not necessary to miss toasts for superb marriages of flavours ! This is the choice of the Biscuiterie de Provence with its aperitif cookies to spread. Delicious and delicately flavored supports for your most original and greedy creations... And you, what is your favorite recipe ?
Gourmet Appetizer Toasts: Original Recipes for Your Social Moments
Appetizer toasts are small slices of bread that add a touch of indulgence to your gatherings with friends. Explore our recipe ideas for pairing our delicious and original toasts with appetizers. Whether it's a dinner party, a casual get-together, or a festive occasion, our cheese, fig, date, and apricot toasts, as well as our foie gras toast with fig, are perfect for satisfying all your cravings.
Appetizer Toasts: Delicious and Easy Ideas
Appetizer toasts are perfect for welcoming your guests with ease. They are easy to prepare and offer a variety of flavors. Let yourself be tempted by our appetizer toast recipes for an unforgettable social moment.
Cheese, Fig, Date, and Apricot Toasts
The cheese, fig, date, and apricot toasts offer a perfect sweet and savory flavor for a gourmet appetizer. The pieces of fruit give these toasts an unmatched freshness. Serve them with your cheese platters or create sensational appetizers.
Foie Gras Toast with Fig
For a festive and refined appetizer, our foie gras toasts with fig are perfect. The softness of the foie gras harmonizes beautifully with the sweetness of the fig for an exceptional taste experience.
The Best Appetizer Toast Recipes
Discover our best appetizer toast recipes, ideal for satisfying your guests and adding a touch of originality to your appetizers.
Christmas Toasts: Impress Your Guests
For a memorable Christmas appetizer, opt for our fig toasts. Festive toppings like cherry tomato slices, fresh cheese, salmon strips, or caviar make these toasts perfect for the occasion.
Almond and Fig Toast: Pair with aged hard cheeses (Comté, extra-aged Mimolette, sheep's milk Tomme...) or lightly tangy fresh cheeses like mozzarella or feta.
Almond and Date Toast: Ideal for pairing with unaged fresh cheeses, whether creamy or fluffy (fresh goat cheese, ricotta, cottage cheese...), or soft, creamy cheeses like Brie or Camembert.
Apricot Toast: This delightful combination of almond and apricot pairs perfectly with creamy and blue-veined cheeses such as Bleu d'Auvergne, Roquefort, Stilton, or alternatively, a goat cheese enhanced with a touch of honey. Homemade Toasts for Every Taste Whether you prefer foie gras or cheese toasts, our recipes allow you to create homemade, savory, and indulgent toasts for all your sharing moments. Toasts are perfect for accompanying a glass of wine or champagne during your receptions. So, don't wait any longer—prepare these delicious toasts to delight your guests at any time of the year.
Our Tasting Tips
What can you do for an appetizer?
The appetizer, or "apéro," is a friendly moment that precedes a meal. It is typically accompanied by drinks and small bites to stimulate the appetite and create a relaxed atmosphere. Here's a list of ideas for what you can do for an appetizer:
Toasts and Canapés: Prepare toasts topped with cheese, charcuterie, smoked salmon, tapenade, or other delicious ingredients. Canapés, small bites on slices of bread, are also highly appreciated.
Spreads: Tuna spreads, tapenades, hummus, guacamole, spreads to be spread on slices of bread or toasts.
Olives: Nyons olives are an excellent idea for easy appetizers.
Flavored Cashews: Explore our selection of flavored cashews for simple and tasty appetizers. Don't forget to accompany these dishes with a selection of drinks, such as wine, beer, cocktails, or non-alcoholic beverages, depending on your guests' preferences.
How to keep toasts crispy?
To keep toasts crispy, it is essential to prevent moisture, which is the enemy of crispiness. Here are some tips for preserving your toasts' crispness:
- Use Airtight Containers: Transfer your toasts to airtight boxes or containers once they have cooled completely. Ensure that the container is well sealed to prevent the entry of air and moisture.
- Keep Them Away from Moisture: Keep your toasts away from sources of moisture, such as the sink, dishwasher, or stove. Ambient moisture can also affect their crispness, so ensure the storage location is dry.
- Avoid Direct Sunlight: Direct sunlight can alter the quality of the toasts and accelerate their deterioration. Store them in a dark place or use opaque containers.
- Use a Moisture Absorber Packet: Placing a moisture absorber packet in the container with your toasts can help absorb ambient moisture and keep them crispy.
- Avoid Plastic Containers: Avoid storing your crispy toasts in plastic containers, as they can retain moisture. Opt for glass or metal containers instead.