Crisp and delicious, these Garlic and Rosemary Grissini look super cool in a vase or pitcher on your table. Not only that, these Italian-style bread sticks are fun to make and shape.
Initially, I started experimenting with grissini recipes — crisp Italian-style bread sticks — because I thought I’d include them in this Jenga Veggie Tower. I soon gave up on the idea, though, when I realized that they absorbed moisture from the vegetables.
I wasn’t worried about stability — they wouldn’t get soggy enough to make the tower fall — but I was pretty sure that even slightly soggy bread sticks wouldn’t add much to this fun party appetizer.
Since I learned a few things making grissini, and since they’re another great party snack, I’m sharing this easy grissini recipe flavored with rosemary and garlic. Not only are they crisp and delicious, they’re fun to make and shape, and they look super cool in a vase or pitcher on your table.