My sister-in-law Lisa likes to cook as much as I like to bake. She always comes to the holiday functions with a new concoction or two. The last couple of holidays, she has brought with her this amazing rosemary, craisins, goat cheese roll, and we’ve sat at the kitchen table discussing world events, kids happenings, and upcoming plans while devouring this roll. I hope you do the same.
- Goat cheese roll
- Fresh Rosemary, chopped
- Pecans, chopped
- Wheat Thins
Start by taking the goat cheese roll and roll it in chopped rosemary and pecans. (I elected to do mine without the pecans. I’m not a fan. I just put them as a side item if others wanted them.)
Then cover with craisins and quite a bit of honey. I just drizzled honey over the top of the roll and it worked great. Place roll on a baking sheet and bake at 250° degrees for five minutes. Just enough to soften the cheese and melt the honey!
Serve them with wheat thins or whatever suits your fancy! This is fantastic right out of the oven; the warm goat cheese is so good! Enjoy!! Mind you, I made mine with a small roll of goat cheese because I thought I was going to be the only one eating it – and left on my own, I would have devoured the whole thing. Luckily, the husband had a couple bites making me believe I only had half. I like my gorilla math. Enjoy, it’s super addicting… I’m running out this week to get more goat cheese! Yum!