A soft style cheese distinguished by a simple, mild, fresh goats’ milk flavor, the cheese is highly versatile and an excellent ingredient in many dishes as well as on its own. While chevre continues to grow in popularity, maintains its reputation for quality through clean taste, freshness, and lower salt. Chevre is one of the world’s most
dynamic cheeses that can support a menu from appetizer through deserts.
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Warm Herb & Garlic Goat Cheese Dip
48oz Stickney Hills Garlic & Herb Chevre Cheese
8oz Plain Cream Cheese
½ tsp Salt
¼ tsp Black Pepper
3 Tb Pine nuts, toasted
6 Tb Basil Pesto
15 Grape Tomatoes, halved
1 French Baguette
Salt and pepper to taste
Set out Stickney Hill Garlic and Herb Chevre and cream cheese at room temperature until soft. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a mixer with a whisk attachment, blend Chevre, cream cheese, salt and black pepper until well incorporated. In a crock pot, or stove top pot, heat dip slowly until fully heated while occasionally stirring. Mix half of the pesto with the grape tomatoes and reserve at room temperature.
While Chevre dip is heating, slice the baguette into 3/8” discs. Brush baguette slices with olive oil and lay on a sheet pan in a single layer. Season with salt and pepper to taste and bake in a 350 degree oven for 7-9 minutes until crispy. Once your dip is hot and your baguette
slices are toasted, top the dip with the pesto grape tomatoes, pine nuts. Drizzle the rest of the basil pesto and serve.
Note: Feel free to use different toppings to make your dip your own. Instead of the tomato and basil pesto, try diced dried figs marinated in a cherry balsamic vinegar. The possibilities are endless, enjoy!
Spiced Goat Cheese Parfait
48oz Stickney Hills Cranberry
11oz Stickney Hills Plain Chevre
10 oz Plain Greek Yogurt
1 cup Crushed Pistachios
Set out goat cheese at room temperature until soft. In a mixer with a whisk attachment, whip Stickney Hill Cranberry Cinnamon Chevre and Plain Chevre together until blended. Mix in Greek Yogurt until blended and mixture is soft enough to use in a piping bag. Transfer mixture to a piping bag with a plain circle tip and chill. When ready to serve, pipe desired amount into a champagne flute (or 4oz as recipe yields). Top goat cheese with crushed Pistachios. Top Pistachios with a drizzle of honey and enjoy.
Note: This recipe is meant to be a good starting point. To make this recipe your own use dried fruits, berries, nuts, granola or anything else your heart desires.
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