Goat Cheese Appetizers
From warm goat cheese appetizers to a chilled combo with smoked salmon, these little bites will wow. This selection of goat cheese appetizers delivers the best flavor combinations.See Popular Goat Cheese Appetizers Recipes
Goat cheeses comes in many shapes. If the goat cheese you find for this holiday appetizer recipe is in a log, use damp hands to shape it into a round.
With the make-ahead directions, you can prepare the phyllo rolls up to 3 months before the party, then bake them just before your guests arrive.
One of the most traditional versions of this Italian appetizer, is also one of the quickest to assemble.
To cut the calories in these appetizers, substitute Belgian endive leaves for the baked phyllo shells.
Give nutritious beets a chance to shine in vegetable recipes. Bring out rich mellow flavor in this salad recipe by serving baby beets with goat cheese and vinaigrette. The salad pairs well with beef.
Resembling ornaments to trim a tree, these cream cheese appetizers are rolled in red sweet pepper, green cilantro, and toasty brown pumpkin seeds to colorfully fill bowls and platters on buffet tables.
Soft goat cheese and an array of herbs flavor these bite-size appetizers. They're perfect for your holiday party menu or any other occasion.
Try these individual savory tarts that combine bacon, goat cheese, and squash for a warm and delicious appetizer.
Brighten up your next party by serving goat cheese-topped vegetable chips as an easy, no-bake hors d'oeuvres.
Pair this distinctive goat cheese pizza with a dry white wine.
These mini pastry sandwiches add a fresh taste and pretty color to your appetizer platter.
Layers of flaky phyllo encase a savory double mushroom and creamy goat cheese filling in these luscious appetizers.
Roasted beets add the just-right amount of sweetness to these bacon-stuffed quesadillas. For a vegetarian variation, trade beans for the bacon.
Tangy goat cheese, bright lemon zest and peppery arugula perfectly complement the toasted warmth of crusty baguette in this elegant appetizer. Serve alongside a Mediterranean style frittata and fresh fruit salad for a light and refreshing Sunday brunch.
Bruschetta comes from the Italian word "bruscare," which means "to roast over coals." This version of the appetizer is toasted in the oven.