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The ALDI-vore Does Olive Bread

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The ALDI-vore Does Olive Bread

Translation: You can get all this at Aldi, if you want. Or not. You know that it is up to you.

This is a yummy appetizer. It is a take-off on Pioneer Woman’s olive cheese bread but the presentation and ingredient ratios are different.

Very dangerous stuff, this.

Olive Cheese Crostini

First off, buy and bake this Aldi bread

or make some of your own or whatever.

Then slice it diagonally into 1/2 inch pieces. Place the pieces on a cookie sheet/jellyroll pan and top them with the olive spread.

For the olive spread combine this in a bowl:
About 4 oz. of each black and green olives with pimento (Buy the whole ones and chop them yourself. You’ll have some leftover, about 2 oz. of each will remain. Happy snacking!)
1/3 cup minced sweet yellow onion
5 T. butter, softened
1/3 cup mayo
½ lb. montjack cheese, grated

Sort of mound the spread a bit on each bread slice.

It will flatten as it cooks. 325 degrees for about 10 minutes. Then turn on the broiler and cook for a few minutes until spotty brown. (Don’t turn your back!)

The finished crostini should look something like this.

Yummola! Oh, and if you have extra olive spread then warm up a few tablespoons and use it as an omelette filling. Too good.

2 Comments

  1. just wanted to vouch for this and confirm that it is, in fact, too good! and i am so excited that you shared the recipe! olives are definitely at the top of the list for me. and now they are also on the top of my grocery list 🙂

  2. Looks yummy. I’ll definitely be trying this.

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