Honey, Apricot, and Almond Goat Cheese Spread


Honey, Apricot, and Almond cheese Spread: This straightforward, sleazy starter can add a burst of color and a full ton of appetizingness to your vacation table!

To me, appetizers ar typically a lot of exciting than the most event. Entrees ar nice and afters is simply cracking, however to ME the fun very lies within the pre-meal nosh. At vacation gatherings, wherever everything from appetizers to desserts is in wondrous abundance, I’m typically left with a option to build. Do I extra service on appetizers? route for the sweet stuff? Save area for roast turkey or ham? Trick question!!! It’s all regarding the apps!

When I’m hosting a party, I continually continually continually prefer to have some type of paste scenario reachable. It feels way more civilized than noshing on a plate packed with cubed cheese and is far less risky than a communal dip.

This super straightforward paste fits the bill. It’s creamy, cheesy, sweet, and salty… perfecto! I actually have a complete weakness for pairing creamy cheese with sweet sticky preserves and toasty almonds, and it’s downright heavenly unfold on wacky, bun chips, recent apple and pear slices, and flaky croissants.


  • 8 oz goat cheese or cream cheese
  • 1/3 cup lightly salted almonds
  • 4-5 dried apricots (chopped)
  • 2-3 tsp fresh chopped parsley or basil
  • 1/4-1/2 cup apricot preserves
  • honey for drizzling


  • an assortment of crackers
  • fresh sliced granny smith apple


  1. Remove goat cheese from protective packaging and soften to room temperature.
  2. Spread fresh preserves on a cheese tray or serving platter.
  3. Place your almonds in a bag or between two sheets of paper towel and crush using a blunt object, like a glass olive oil bottle.
  4. Next chop your apricots and mix together with the almonds and parsley.
  5. Roll your goat cheese in the mixture, pressing gently to coat.
  6. Set the goat cheese log atop the preserves and surround with crackers and fresh fruit.
  7. Finish it off with a hearty drizzle of honey and you're good to go!

Recipe From : Peas and Crayon

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