If you’ve been here a while, you know we are obsessed with the famous goat cheese from RYE KC. This is the copy cat recipe we’ve been making for a few years and I’ve promised you forever that I’d get it on the blog. It is beyond easy & always a crowd pleaser. Even the kids go bananas for it and love it as a fun treat!!
Now bear with me as I walk you through a very non-recipe type recipe. First I grab a baguette, either rye bread or some sort of sourdough french loaf. Slice it, drizzle in olive oil and bake for about 10 minutes at 350 until it just barely starts to get crispy! Keep an eye on this, you don’t want the bread to get too toasty.
For your goat cheese, I usually grab from Publix or Trader Joes, you will use one small package and toss it into a small blender or food processor. I add a drizzle of heavy cream, maybe like 2 tbsp (start small, you can always add more to give it a creamier texture) and WHIP IT until it is perfectly creamy. This is all going to depend on how soft your cheese is, but once you find a texture you like, you’ll know how much cream to add. Once it is easily spreadable, you’ll put it into a small dish (I use tiny mason jars!) and then top with honey, sea salt and a bit of rosemary if you have it!!
Serve with your warm toasts and you’ll never be happier. The easiest and most delicious appetizer, I promise everyone will be asking you for the recipe.
Oh, and if you’re ever in Kansas City, pop in and have the real thing at RYE KC, you won’t be disappointed. XO186
Peyton Cline says
How long do you typically have to whip it? I tried making it last night and it liquified but never whipped – just wondering if I should have whipped it longer! Even liquified, it was delicious though!
Could you provide where the knives are from. Thx