Goat cheese apricot spread with a peppered finish for your next charcuterie board. This super easy appetizer is creamy, sweet with a spicy pop and is, not to mention, GORGEOUS.
I hope that you are as obsessed with goat cheese as I am because this Goat Cheese and Apricot Spread is effortless and delectable. When it comes to dips and charcuterie boards, goat cheese is a staple, but this recipe calls for two unique ingredients: apricot and peppercorn.
The lowdown on the inspiration behind Goat Cheese Apricot Spread.
This app was created after a rowdy trip to Portugal with my fiancé & friends where we visited AdegaMãe Winery. Not only did we get to try the wines – plus a vintage bottle from their first label – we were treated to a full-on spread, including a peppered-rim goat cheese. It was UNREAL good! See the original here, where I added some orange marmalade for a spicy and fruity combo.
Side note: I have ten other European inspiring eats that you must read on this previous post!
This Goat Cheese Apricot Spread take 8 minutes to put together and requires only 3 ingredients. Here is how they come together:
- Lay out goat cheese log on serving dish (I know, I know, I can’t get over the term, “log” either!)
- Smooth Apricot marmalade to cover the goat cheese. You don’t have to perfect here, because it will be gone in no time.
- Grind peppercorn into a strainer, hold over dish and gently hit the edge so the pepper falls on and around the goat cheese.
The Jolly Hostess twist this week takes a peppered goat cheese from a wanderlust trip to Portugal and adds an apricot marmalade & peppercorn. These two ingredients are topped directly on a goat cheese log. It will look like a gorgeous masterpiece and for my busy hostesses, Goat Cheese Apricot Spread takes almost no time at all to put together. And will be gone in seconds!
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