Rose Jam Goat Cheese

Rose Jam Goat Cheese

If you love cheese appetizers and dips, goat’s cheese, botanical flavours, and particularly sweet and savoury combinations, you should love this Rose Jam Goat Cheese then!

Rose Jam Goat Cheese
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Busy Times!

Hello everyone – I hope you are doing well.

I am going to keep it short and sweet today. Besides, work, heatwaves, and food challenge I am running on Instagram (Check the info here), we have so much work in our backyard. Last Friday, we had a couple (And by “a couple” I mean about 10) trees down, and we need to tackle them now! On top of that, we also had some wood delivered that Friday as well, and it needs to be moved to the wood shed. Even though we had (And use for heating our house) a wood stove and two fireplaces, this wood might be enough for a couple of winters! lol

But we need to tackle this first, and trust me, that’s such a strenuous and hard job that will probably last for many weeks! On the other hand, Daisy is super excited about this current situation. I am attaching few photos for you. Do you think she looks like a manager controlling us and the cleaning process? :)

Rose Jam Goat Cheese

Anyway, let’s quickly talk about this Rose Jam Goat Cheese. This summer I’ve shared this Rainbow Goat Cheese Spread and this Blackberry Lilac Goat Cheese. I hope you are excited about this rose-infused variation.

My friends, this Rose Jam Goat Cheese was scrumptious! I must admit Andrew and I finished up the entire plate in one setting. Importantly, we had had a salad, but we couldn’t stop from enjoying this spread with some crackers. Indeed, it’s more like dessert. Cheese for dessert? Why not! Smooth and irresistibly creamy, with a delicate rose jam and salted pistachios, for a lovely crunch. Did I mention the addition of cardamom? Who can resist? Obviously, you will need this Rose Petal Jam, but you can use store-bough jam, if you can find.

I hope you like this Rose Jam Goat Cheese, and you will give this idea a try. If you make it, let me know in this post or send me an Instagram message or share you photos adding the hashtag #havocinthekitchen. And I hope you join this Instagram food challenge!


Rose Jam Goat Cheese
Rose Jam Goat Cheese

Rose Jam Goat Cheese

Recipe by Ben | HavocinthekitchenCourse: Appetizers


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If you love cheese appetizers and dips, goat’s cheese, botanical flavours, and particularly sweet and savoury combinations, you should love this Rose Jam Goat Cheese then!


  • about 200 gr. of plain goat’s cheese

  • 3-4 tbsp. of rose petal jam, divided

  • a good pinch of cardamom

  • 1/4 cup salted pistachios, roughly chopped (optional)

  • fresh raspberries (optional, for garnish)


  • Using a blender, pure the goat’s cheese with half of the rose jam and cardamom. Spread the goat cheese on the serving plate. Drizzle with the remaining jam and sprinkle with the pistachios and raspberries, if desired. Serve with crackers. Enjoy!

22 thoughts on “Rose Jam Goat Cheese

  1. Tasia ~ two sugar bugs says:

    Daisy looks like she’s certainly got her eyes on everything going on; a perfect project manager! This goat cheese with rose jam looks so good, I am pretty sure my husband and I would devour it in one setting as well! And I happen to LOVE cheese for dessert. :-)

  2. David @ Spiced says:

    Ah, we’ve been there with the wood cutting, too, Ben. In fact, we spent nearly every weekend last year chopping down old trees and cutting them up into pieces that would fit in our fire pit outside. (We have a gas fireplace in this house…I miss my wood-burning fireplace!) Good luck with the project. At least you have 2 good helpers there!

    This goat cheese sounds fantastic. I do love goat cheese, and I’m really intrigued by the addition of the rose jam. This sounds like a fancy – and delicious – appetizer for summer!
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  3. Marissa says:

    Daisy has gotten so big. She’s beautiful, Ben! And I’m sure an excellent supervisor. ;)

    This rose jam and goat cheese jam of yours looks wonderful! Such a delicious spread or dip.

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