Whipped Cherry Goat Cheese
Jun 25, 2021, Updated Aug 01, 2022
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This recipe is sponsored by Sage Fruit.
Need a one-of-a-kind dip for your next charcuterie board? A creamy topping for your brownies? The perfect spread for a sweet-and-savory sandwich? Try this Whipped Cherry Goat Cheese! This recipe is simple yet full of flavor. Thick whipped goat cheese and diced cherries make a surprisingly versatile snack, filling, or topping that will be the talk of your next party.
How to Make Whipped Cherry Goat Cheese
When we said this Whipped Cherry Goat Cheese was easy to make, we meant it. It only uses two ingredients: whipped goat cheese and diced cherries. There’s no room for added sugar or preservatives in this flavorful recipe!
The goat cheese you find in the grocery store is too crumbly on its own to be used as a dip. But with a little bit of milk and a food processor, it can easily turn into a creamy spread that’s perfect for sandwiches, wraps, veggie sticks, and much more. We recommend adding three tablespoons of milk to every 12 ounces of goat cheese. Just add it to the food processor and whip it together!
Now that your goat cheese is ready, it’s time to prep your cherries for this dish. Use a cherry pitter to pit your fresh Sage Fruit Company cherries. Then take a sharp knife and carefully dice them into quarters or eighths. Now just add them to the whipped goat cheese and stir it up.
Whipped Cherry Goat Cheese is the kind of spread that’s great on everything! We loved serving it with a charcuterie tray or with some toasted crostinis. But it does sweet just as well as savory; we loved it on chocolate brownies, too! Try it on bagels, sandwiches, or even celery slices, ants on a log-style.
Whipped Cherry Goat Cheese
- 12 oz whipped goat cheese
- 1 lb cherries pitted and diced
- Pit cherries (using a cherry pitter)
- Dice cherries
- In a large bowl, stir cherries in whipped goat cheese
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.
The Very Freshest Cherries from Sage Fruit Company
June and July are the perfect time to enjoy some fresh cherries from Sage Fruit Company. The northwest cherry season is short, but Sage’s growers are spread throughout Washington and Oregon, where conditions are perfect for growing juicy Rainier and Dark Sweet cherries.
Small differences in the climate throughout these two states mean cherries ripen at different times throughout the summer, effectively extending the growing season. You can make tasty recipes like this Whipped Cherry Goat Cheese all summer long with Sage Fruit Company cherries!
But Sage Fruit Company isn’t just about growing the best cherries around. They’re also committed to the people who grow and enjoy their fruit, only working with those growers and shippers who share their values on employee treatment.
Sage Fruit Company grows more than cherries. Try out their apples by making these Air Fryer Apple Fritters!
How did your friends and family like this simple, delicious Whipped Cherry Goat Cheese? What were their favorite foods to spread it on? Show us how you used it by tagging us on Instagram @theproducemoms and @sage_fruit.