When I was a kid, my mother uses to take me with her everywhere she went like parties, malls, shopping, and get-togethers. At those parties and get-togethers, I used to observe different kinds of foods on the tables and I always wondered that from where these people get this much pretty looking yummy food? One day there was a party at my home and I was wondering from my mom will order the food but to my surprise she never did. Instead, she cooked everything at home. There were things she made named as appetizers or starters. That was the first time I was introduced to this name and since then I’m making these starters at my every party and people love what I make.

Appetisers are very important for the table, and not only they look pretty but they taste good too. This recipe I’m going to write is one of my most favourite starter which is healthy, delicious and pretty and this dish completes the food table. Let’s have a look at ingredients:


  • French Baguette: 1 and should be 12-14 inches longs
  • Olive oil: 3 tbsp.
  • Fig Butter: 1 cup
  • Long Wisconsin brie cheese: 16 ounces
  • Sugar: 3 tbsp.
  • Rosemary leaves: 2 tbsp. finely chopped
  • Salt n pepper for taste buds.
  • Honey for garnishing.


1.  Pre-heat the oven and line up the baking tray with butter paper.

2.  Take a sharp knife a cut baguette in 25-26pieces each piece should be ½ inch thick. Place these slices on the baking tray and sprinkle with salt n pepper and drizzle with olive oil and place in oven for 10-15 minutes and let it cool.

3.  Now spread the fig butter over each slice.

4.  Cut the brie cheese into 25-26 slices and place on already buttered crostini.

5.  Spread one pinch of sugar over each slice and heat with a blow torch until sugar is caramelized and cheese starts to bubble.

6.  Sprinkle chopped rosemary leaves and drizzle with honey. Serve immediately before it cools down.


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