For those of us that love to entertain, and for those of us that don’t…you always want to have something delicious to serve when you have guests or when guests pop over unexpectedly. A girlfriend of mine created the perfect appetizer to serve for any occasion. Everyone knows how easy slice and bake cookies are to make, so think slice and bake crackers that she calls Impromptus Savory Shortbreads. There are three delicious flavors made with quality ingredients that yields about three dozen a package.

Impromptus with Wine

The flavors include:

Thyme for Parm:  The perfect blend of aged Parmesan cheese and fresh thyme mixed together with sweet creamery butter, flour and simple seasonings. The perfect nibble with wine or cocktails.

Zesty Pimento Cheese:  A Southern favorite with a twist! White and yellow sharp cheddar cheeses and pimentos mixed together with sweet creamery butter, flour and some special spices to add the zest.

Asiago Loves Rosemary:  The perfect bite for any occasion. Aged Asiago cheese and fresh rosemary mixed together with sweet creamery butter, flour and simple seasonings

Impromptus PackageWhat I personally love about these, because I’ve baked all three flavors, is that the packaging includes the cut lines which makes it super easy to get a perfect three dozen. But even the parchment paper to bake them on a cookie sheet is incorporated into the super cute packaging. It’s a refrigerated products, but can be frozen for use at a later time.

Cost $13 each. Order all three flavors via email at myimpromptus @

POST NOTE: October 30, 2016 – All three flavors of Impromptus Savory Shortbreads are available now at all three area Oli & Ve locations including Buckhead, Historic Roswell and Historic Vinings, Georgia.




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With a Southern Twist is all about good living in today's South. A true Southerner, the author's passions include food, home design, travel, restaurants, shopping, and entertaining. It is a fun blog about one of her most beloved regions of the country, shared through personal experiences.