The Better Bruschetta

Bruschetta is a typical Italian appetizer which is most commonly served as chopped tomatoes. But what if I told you bruschetta didn’t have to be tomatoes at all? Variety is the spice of life, right? Why not change up that old boring bruschetta and try something different? Cucina & Amore has 5 different bruschetta to choose from that will be sure to be a hit at your next party or get together.

Go gourmet with Cucina & Amore Bruschetta! And all of them are gluten free.

IMG_0815.jpg Piquillo & Jalapeño Bruschetta

Spice it Up

This bruschetta is nice and spicy. For anyone looking for a bit of heat in every bite, this is the bruschetta for you.

Sun-Dried Tomato Bruschetta

A Salty Bite

This bruschetta is experiments with sun-dried tomatoes which create a nice salty and savory spread.

Artichoke Bruschetta

Awesomely Artichoke

This bruschetta is calling out to all the artichoke lovers. It’s main ingredient is finely chopped artichokes that can help satisfy any artichoke craving.

Piquillo & Artichoke Bruschetta

Surprisingly Sweet

When people see a pepper on the label, they automatically think it’s going to be hot. This bruschetta is surprisingly somewhat sweet. The combination of piquillo pepper and artichoke are perfect. It’s no wonder why it’s a fan favorite!

Olive Medley Bruschetta

All about the Olives

This bruschetta is made of both green olives AND black olives. If you love olives then this is the bruschetta for you! It’s a bold olive taste that you’re sure to enjoy.


  • Use it as a spread on your next sandwich or wrap
  • Try it as a topping on chicken, fish, or eggplant
  • Add it to your vegetables or pasta


A Kitchen of Love from our Family to Yours! 


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