Roasted Tomato Crostini with Feta Dijon Spread

These roasted tomato crostini with feta Dijon spread are tasty two-bite appetizers, perfect for your next get-together or party. #roastedtomatoes #crostini #appetizer #vegetarian

this past school year has involved a lot of indulgence, whether it be food or adventure wise. having a car made it easier to actualize my desires, though i’m also certain most of these things would have happened regardless. and while i had tons of fun, there were times that the fun started to lose significance. i went to disney three times in a quarter, and it was fun, but that sense of magic and wonder was missing. i was hanging out with some friends once, and felt almost resentful. we’d be seeing each other soon enough, so why did we have to see each other right then considering how much stuff i had to get done?

life is always a balancing act, and i’m trying to make sure i get my work done, and throw in bits (not truckloads) of fun. hence, this roasted tomato crostini with feta dijon spread. roasting the tomatoes takes some time, but there’s a great payout. there’s greek yogurt in the feta dijon spread for work, and baguette for the fun side of things. the chewy/crunchy bread plays off of the juiciness of the roasted tomato and the creamy, salty spread and crunchy, fresh green onion.

This roasted tomato crostini with feta Dijon spread is the perfect appetizer when you have too many tomatoes on hand. #roastedtomatoes #crostini #appetizer #vegetarian

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Roasted Tomato Crostini with Feta Dijon Spread
Prep Time
20 mins
Cook Time
20 mins
Total Time
40 mins
These roasted tomato crostini with feta Dijon spread are a texture and flavor party, as cliched as it sounds. The juicy roasted tomato goes well with the creamy feta Dijon spread and the crusty bread.
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Keyword: appetizer, baguette, bread, crostini, dijon mustard, egg-free, feta, green onions, lunch, mustard, nut-free, parmesan, roasted tomatoes, scallions, snack, tomatoes, vegetarian
Servings: 16 crostini
Calories: 186 kcal
  • 8 medium tomatoes quartered
  • 16 1/2" thick slices from 1 baguette
  • 3/4 cup Greek yogurt
  • 2 T Dijon mustard
  • 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese
  • 1/4 cup crumbled feta
  • 4 green onions minced
  1. Spread the tomatoes on a greased cookie sheet (make sure it's rimmed to keep all the tomato juices in the pan and not on your oven floor) or roasting pan. Drizzle with oil and sprinkle with salt. Roast at 450F for 20-25 minutes, or until the tomatoes are shrunken and shriveled slightly.
  2. Toast the bread until slightly golden and crispy, but not hard. You can do this in the oven for a few minutes, or stove-top, or in a toaster/toaster oven.
  3. In a medium bowl, mix the yogurt, mustard and cheeses until combined.
  4. Assemble the crostini by spreading a layer of the feta Dijon spread onto the bread, adding 1-2 pieces of tomato on top, and sprinkling them with the green onions.

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21 Replies to “Roasted Tomato Crostini with Feta Dijon Spread”

  1. Looks like a quick and easy appetizer for sure! And I’m so jealous of all your Disney trips! Been too long since I’ve been and there’s no excuse for that since we don’t live that far away from Anaheim!!

  2. You’re so lucky you got to go to Disney so many times! Mmm that looks like an easy and delicious lunch! Never had that combo before — but when I get the chance, I’ll try it!

  3. Oooh, Heather, this sounds so yummy! A tasty appetizer! I love roasted tomatoes, thanks for the recipe!

    1. roasted tomatoes are the best!!! i need to find some cheap tomatoes and roast a bunch asap (:

  4. how delicious does that look?:) yum so fresh and tasty i bet. cheers sherry

  5. It’s always important to have balance in life.

  6. What a tasty appetizer! Roasted tomatoes are so good and the spread sounds like it has the right amount of salty, tangy, and acidic flavours.

  7. Holy mother of freaking moly does these bad boys look delicious! Balancing life is one of life’s biggest challenges. I’m glad you’re throwing in a little fun here and there, otherwise, it’s too easy to get burnt out. Your crostinis are an amazing way to add some much-needed pizazz to a hectic schedule!


  9. This is indeed a tasty appetizer.lovely share..

  10. I’ve never tried a crostini with greek yogurt. Love the idea Heather, this sounds so delicious with roasted tomatoes and dijon mustard. I’d be happy with this for a light lunch or dinner.

  11. Since you’re so close to Disney, I am glad you took advantage! PLUS THE DISNEY WORLD TRIP AS WELL! I totally get you about life being a balancing act. Sleep or work? HMM..

    This recipe looks delish! I love that it is so easy to make and can be filling in a good way!

    Nancy ♥

  12. Balancing school/work and fun is a challenge, but you seemed to have managed it well. The crostini is a fantastic appetizer! Tomato an feta is always a good thing.

  13. Feta and dijon sounds like such a unique yet delicious combination – I love both on their own, so it makes sense that I’d love them both together! And mmm, roasted tomatoes are so worth the extra effort, they’re SO much better than just plain tomatoes, imo.

  14. So delicious! I make my own spin on this recipe and like to have them almost every night. So so good!

    1. oooh what’s your spin like? i can imagine gruyere instead of feta or cottage cheese instead of the yogurt or any in season veg instead of the tomatoes, and all those subs sound awesome (:

  15. A perfect summer snack! And too rights you should be having fun, you don’t want to burn out with over studying. I made sure I worked hard at college but I also made sure I had loads of fun.

    1. haha definitely didn’t burn out with studying this quarter (;

  16. Green onions and tomatoes was already amazing, but you sold me with the dijon yogurt feta spread. Mm mm guuuuud 😀 and gosh I totally understand you. I feel like my life has 0 balance – never enough time for anything. I don’t get it. Then I look at what I have done and it’s absolutely nothing. haha

    1. haha thanks joyce! and ugh yes- i’ve somehow been spending too much time playing minesweeper recently sigh.

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