Sweet & Salty Honey Cheese Spread
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  • 10 minutes. The sweetness of the honey and the saltness of the sunflower seeds are a nice complement to the tangy soft goat cheese. Goat cheese or Chèvre as you may see it labeled can be found in the grocery store with the specialty cheese. I like to purchase it at Sam’s Club or Costco because a large log is often less expensive.
  • 4 ingredient recipe comes from the Southern Living Farmers Market Cookbook. It’s filled with tons of great recipes categorized by season. I like to serve this sweet and salty honey cheese spread with crackers. A few blueberries and raspberries scattered around it add to the presentation and pair nicely with the cheese. A nice glass of wine also tastes great with it.
  • 4 ingredient appetizer. Ingredients 1 (
  • 10.5 oz goat cheese log) ¼ cup roasted, slated sunflower seeds ⅓ cup honey 1 pt fresh raspberries, blackberries or blueberries Garnish: fresh mint Serve with assorted crackers Instructions Press or roll goat cheese log in sunflower seeds thoroughly covering cheese, including ends. Arrange cheese on a serving platter with any remaining sunflower seeds. Drizzle with honey. Sprinkle berries round platter. Serve immediately with assorted crackers. 3.2.1311



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