Creamy Nutty Cheese Dip
This Creamy Nutty Goat Cheese Dip, crafted by @buildingflavours, is the perfect addition to any holiday spread or special occasion. The dip features a creamy blend of whipped goat cheese and 100% natural, creamy almond nut butter from BioGarden @greengardens_agroindustry, drizzled with sweet honey, and topped with chopped almonds and pistachios for added crunch. Serve with warm bread for dipping and enjoy a delicious and nutritious cheese dip that is sure to impress.
- 1 Mixing Bowl
- 1 Electric Mixer You can mix the ingredients manually if you don't have an electric mixer. Simply use a fork or whisk to combine the whipped goat cheese and almond nut butter in the mixing bowl until well combined. Mixing the mixture may take a little more effort, but it will still come together and form a creamy and delicious cheese dip.
- 300 g Whipped Goat Cheese
- ½ cup 100% natural Almond Nut Butter from BioGarden
- 2 tbsp Honey
- 2 tbsp Chopped Almonds
- 2 tbsp Chopped Pistachios
- In a mixing bowl, combine the whipped goat cheese and almond nut butter.300 g Whipped Goat Cheese, ½ cup 100% natural Almond Nut Butter from BioGarden
- Mix the ingredients until well combined and have a smooth texture.
- Drizzle the honey over the cheese mixture.2 tbsp Honey
- Top the mixture with the chopped almonds and pistachios.2 tbsp Chopped Almonds, 2 tbsp Chopped Pistachios
- Serve the dip with warm bread for dipping.
- Enjoy your delicious and nutritious Nutty Cheese Dip!
- You can use any brand of whipped goat cheese for this recipe, but high-quality cheese will enhance the dip's flavor.
- Make sure to use 100% natural almond nut butter without any added sugars or oils.
- You can adjust the amount of honey used to taste.
- Feel free to swap the chopped almonds and pistachios with your favorite nuts or seeds.
- Serve the dip with warm bread, crackers, or veggies for dipping.
- The dip can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
- Before serving, let the dip sit at room temperature for about 10 minutes to allow the flavors to develop and the texture to become creamy.