Roll a log of goat cheese in fresh herbs, and then spread the goat cheese mixture into toasted baguette cups. Top with sun-dried
tomato and basil for a colorful, hand-held appetizer. You can make the herbed goat cheese up to a day ahead.
For a super-easy appetizer, coat a log of goat cheese with chopped pecans and serve with muscadine jelly and crackers. This
recipe includes directions for making the muscadine jelly, but you could use a jar of store-bought fruit preserves. If you’re
giving jars of homemade muscadine jelly for holiday gifts, this would be a great recipe to attach to the jar.
Make an impressive but easy appetizer by layering a mixture of goat cheese and cream cheese with pesto and pressing into a
small bowl. To serve, simply invert the bowl onto a platter and serve with crackers. The recipe includes directions for making
homemade pesto, but it works just as well with store-bought refrigerated pesto.
Keep a few logs of goat cheese in the refrigerator during the holidays and you'll always be ready with a quick appetizer.
All you have to do is sprinkle the cheese with pepper and drizzle with olive oil.
This elegant first course showcases a marvelous partnership between slightly bitter endive, creamy goat cheese, and sweet
orange juice. From pretty presentation to fantastic flavor, you can't go wrong with this simple appetizer.
Beets and goat cheese are the hot new couple. They're well-matched because of the beets' earthy sweetness and the cheese's
mild tanginess. Short on time? Use canned pickled beets instead of fresh. Prepare the components of this tasty appetizer ahead,
and assemble it at the last minute.