Over the past few years, we have highlighted some incredibly delicious cheeses from Vermont Creamery. We have told you about their soft and nutty aged goat cheese Bijou and their extra gooey double cream goat and cow’s milk cheese Cremont. And honestly who could possibly forget their ash-ripened goat’s milk cheese Bonne Bouche? Just thinking about them is seriously making my mouth water! If you happen to be one of those unlucky people who has yet to try any of their cheeses, well now you are in luck! Here at Bottle King we are featuring these cheeses, and more, from the Vermont Creamery. So in honor of this, I would like to give you the easiest and tastiest goat cheese spread recipe that I have ever come up with.
What you will need:
2 logs Vermont Creamery Fresh Goat Cheese Classic Chevre 4oz.
1 Jar Robert Rothschild’s Orange Elderflower Marmalade Fruit Spread
Let the logs of goat cheese sit out for about 20 minutes so that they get nice and soft. Put the softened logs into a bowl and mix with about 5 tablespoons of the Rothschild Orange Elderflower Marmalade. Add more scoops of the marmalade to taste so that the spread is sweet. Heat the baguette up in the oven if you desire.
Seriously that is all this spread needs. I have impressed my guests so many times just by combining these two simple ingredients!