What to Bring to a Holiday Potluck: Prosciutto and Fig Crostini

With the holidays right around the corner, I thought I'd share a simple recipe that even those of you who use your oven as extra storage space (girl can never have enough room for her shoes!) can easily bring to a potluck.
The best part about it? 

It looks so presentable, no one will have ever need to know that just the other day, you had to YouTube how to boil pasta. 

Baguette, Goat cheese, Fig jam, Arugula, Prosciutto

1. First slice the baguette. 
I generally like to slice the baguette at a 45 degree angle to maximize the surface area.

*If you're feeling extra fancy, feel free to warm the baguette slices in the oven with a brush of olive oil and a dash of sea salt. 

2. Spread goat cheese and fig jam onto the sliced baguette.

3. Layer a ribbon of proscuitto on top.

4. Followed by a leaf or two of arugula.

And voila - there you have it! Prosciutto, Fig, Arugula and Goat Cheese Crostini - perfect for fooling your friends into thinking you're a pulled together, domestic goddess of an adult. 

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 Photos and article by Jenn from That Working Life