This edible flower cheese log is ridiculously cute, super easy to make, and a lot of fun to serve.
Add it to a charcuterie board or serve it on its own with some crackers.
This is really a no-recipe recipe as it's just a few simple steps to assemble this cheese!
Why You Should Make Edible Flower Cheese
What's more fun than an edible flower? They're so pretty and fun to eat. This easy cheese log is covered in them for a beautiful appetizer or addition to a cheese board.
It only takes a few minutes to pull together but will delight everyone - serve it at a party or picnic and it will be a huge hit!
You don't need much to make this recipe!
- Log of Goat Cheese
- Variety of edible flowers (if possible, use several different colors)
See the recipe card for quantities.
Place the goat cheese on a cutting board and use a butter knife to smooth it down.
Place the edible flowers on the cheese log.
Optional - ring the cheese in some greenery or fresh herbs.
Serve the cheese on a charcuterie board or with some crackers.
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Types of Edible Flowers
You can grow your own edible flowers, find them in some grocery stores, or at the farmer's market. Check out our list of edible flowers.
- Nasturtiums - they come in red, yellow, and orange flowers and have a lovely peppery bite.
- Chive Blossoms - the blossoms that grow on chive plants - these light purple flowers have a great allium flavor that goes well with cheese.
- Marigolds - also available in a variety of colors like orange, yellow, and red. These flowers have a bit of citrus flavor.
What to Serve with this Cheese Log
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Here are a few items to pair with your goat cheese.
- Butterfly Crackers - the crackers pictured above are in the shape of a butterfly and are called Golden Butter Crackers.
- Nut Thins - Nut Thin crackers come in various flavors like almond, pecan, and multi-seed.
- Triscuit - you can't go wrong with a classic Triscuit cracker!
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- 10-ounce log of goat cheese
- 5 edible flowers
- Place the goat cheese on a cutting board and use a butter knife to smooth it down.
- Place the edible flowers on the cheese log.
- Serve the cheese on a charcuterie board or with some crackers.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 125Total Fat: 10gSaturated Fat: 7gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 22mgSodium: 217mgCarbohydrates: 0gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 9g