This is one of those fabulously easy appetizers that can be baked up in a jiffy and in front of your guests in no time at all. Rosemary & Asiago Cheese Crackers are always a big hit during the cocktail hour.
That’s one of the big reasons I chose it as one of the appetizers at my Fairies in the Forest Twilight Soiree. I’ll tell you all about the party later in this post.
Guests arriving, bartending duty and last minute details. When you’re throwing a party, the last thing you want is to serve complicated dishes that need lots of last minute TLC.
This recipe fits the bill and does it with style and great taste. (literally and figuratively!)
Part of my party prep schedule is to make the cracker dough a few days in advance (up to 4 days). Then I’ll refrigerate the bar/roll tightly wrapped in wax paper until I’m ready to bake a batch.
The added benefit, besides the obvious, is that it gives the dough time to intensify the essence of the fresh rosemary in the crackers.
I’ve noticed that the batch baked from freshly made dough just were not quite as tasty. Go figure!
Personally, I like the idea of rectangular crackers. But you could choose to do the traditional roll, and make a round cracker instead.
The day you want to serve your Rosemary & Asiago Cheese Crackers, slice the rolls into 3/8″ slices. Then bake on parchment-lined baking sheets and let cool.
You can then place on a serving place, cover and they’ll be ready when you need them!
These luscious morsels are very short. And that means they have a lovely, creamy texture that makes them a perfect foil to cocktails or wine.
Store the leftovers carefully inside a cookie tin in layers of wax paper and a piece of paper towel to absorb any moisture.
Fast, easy and so tasty, your guests will adore every buttery bite of your Rosemary & Asiago Cheese Crackers!
Now I want to take a moment to tell you a little about the party I created these tasty nibbles for!
I don’t think you’re going to want to miss reading the master post for my Fairies in the Forest Twilight Soiree.
You’ll get the whole scoop on how I hosted an intimate dinner party to celebrate the last days of Summer.
Each time I publish a new “theme party”, I’ll be posting a group of related articles simultaneously. They’ll include the gathering’s theme decor, menu, recipes, invitations, theme craft projects, guest favors, and everything else you’ll need to tap into your own creativity.
Each recipe and craft project come with their own printable “how-to” cards for your convenience.
Here’s some of the fabulous things you’ll find in this theme party’s posts:
I’ve put together an incredible party to help you and your friends celebrate the last waning days of Summer. Go forth and celebrate!
I like to think, that if you unleash your creativity and use my recipes and tips that you can host and enjoy your own Fairies in the Forest Twilight Soiree this summer too.
CLICK THE LINK TO GO TO MASTER ARTICLE: FAIRIES IN THE FOREST TWILIGHT SOIREE
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The prepared dough log/bar can be frozen for up to 1 month if tightly wrapped in wax paper and placed inside a plastic freezer bag. To thaw, unwrap the dough and thaw on a plate between two sheets of paper toweling in the refrigerator. The dough can sweat during the thawing process and the paper towels will absorb the moisture to keep the dough dry. Remember, the dough needs to be completely chilled before slicing, so don't try to thaw it on the kitchen counter.