10 Things To Do With Goats Cheese

Get your FREE ebook '21 Recipes To Impress'

Share this Post Now


Tangy and creamy goat cheese can be used for a variety of things including breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and snacks. Made from goat’s milk this fantastic cheese can be found in everything from being a topping on pizza to a filling in breakfast pastries. If you are feeling adventurous you can even sample some chocolate and goat cheese ice cream. Try these amazing recipes we have found and enjoy the fabulousness of goat cheese.


1. Portobello, Mushroom, Fresh Peppers And Goat Cheese Pizza

An easy to make pizza topped with portobello, mushrooms, fresh peppers and goat cheese adds a fresh touch to pizza.

Spotted at: All Recipes


2. Goat Cheese Mashed Potatoes

Enjoy this decadent mashed potato recipe from the recipe files of Ina Garten.

Spotted at: Food Network


3. Savory Cherry Crostini

The tanginess of goat cheese married with cherries makes a great appetizer.

Spotted at: Bonappetit


4. Goat Cheese And Mushroom Flautas

A delicious vegetarian dish featuring goat cheese and mushrooms.

Spotted at: Babble


5. Goat Cheese And Strawberry Breakfast Tarts

The toaster pastries are a sweet and tangy throwback to your favorite breakfast treat.

Spotted at: Saveur


6. Fried Goat Cheese With Honey And Black Pepper

These molten balls of cheesy goodness are made even better by pairing it with the sweetness of honey and the spiciness of black pepper.

Spotted at: Food52


7. Chocolate Fudge Goat Cheese Ice Cream

Who knew you could make goat cheese into ice cream? Try this smooth and creamy treat on a hot summer day.

Spotted at: How Sweet Eats


8. Avocado And Goat Cheese Bombe

Enjoy this combination of goat cheese, avocados and mustard for a cool and healthy snack.

Spotted at: Food52


9. Smoked Salmon, Dill and Goat Cheese Quiche

A lovely breakfast or brunch main dish made with salmon, dill and goat cheese.

Spotted at: Simply Recipes


10. Salad With Warm Goat Cheese

Add a bit of decadence to your salad by warming some goat cheese on top of a piece of crostini.

Spotted at: Steamy Kitchen