How to Make Whipped Goat Cheese
This recipe from Eva Yavorkovsky at Eva Shares Food is a fast-track to goat cheese nirvana, and it’s a blank canvas for whatever add-ins you have laying around.
Here’s how to make whipped goat cheese in under 5 minutes! Use as a dip or spread, a pasta sauce, or as a base for pizza. This recipe is naturally low-carb and keto-friendly. Serve this whipped goat cheese in a shallow bowl for easy dipping.
Soft goat cheese from Laura Chenel is a traditional French goat cheese: rich, creamy, and tangy, but not too salty. Sierra Nevada Farmhouse Natural Cream Cheese is a necessity to create a smooth and airy texture. Organic Eureka lemons from Brokaw Farm, Joceline’s Honey, and fragrant Aranya Black Pepper from Diaspora Co round out this snackable spread.
If you like, top off with your favorite toppings, like chopped herbs, an extra drizzle of honey, roasted garlic, fresh or roasted baby tomatoes, nuts, crispy bacon, dates, or olives.
In the bowl of a food processor, pulse the goat cheese, cream cheese, garlic, lemon juice, honey, and salt until combined. Scrape down the sides of the food processor (or the bowl, if using a hand mixer). Taste and adjust for lemon juice and honey. Add cracked black pepper and chopped herbs, if desired, and pulse to combine.
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