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Recipe: Chèvre Dessert

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Recipe for Chevre Dessert

Redwood Hill Farm Plain Chèvre sweetened to perfection is an elegant dessert, delicious filling for crepes and blintzes or a low calorie alternative to cream cheese frosting. We also love it simply served with slices of fresh fruit such as poached pears, mango or strawberries!

Try molding it for a simple, elegant presentation that is fun and easy to put together. Pictured here, we’ve set it in a heart shape cheese mold. Click here for more recipe ideas with fresh, versatile Redwood Hill Farm Chèvre.

Chèvre Dessert


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We love to serve this with slices of fresh fruit.


  • 8 ounces Redwood Hill Farm Chevre plain flavor
  • 2 Tbsps. sugar or maple sugar/syrup, or honey
  • 1 Tbsp. vanilla
  • 1/2 lemon organic, freshly squeezed juice


  1. Blend ingredients together with a whisk (or pulse briefly in a food processor).
    Recipe for Chevre Dessert
  2. To mold: Line first with cheese cloth or plastic wrap, press in firmly, chill 20-30 minutes.
  3. Unmold onto a pretty dish about 30 minutes before serving and garnish.

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Comments (4)

  • Amie


    Love all these recipes as I am cow casein intolerant, but do fine on goat milk! The chevre is listed twice here. Should that say 2 tablespoons of sugar? Honey? Maple syrup? Thanks!


    • Sharon Bice


      Thanks for your note Amie, and thanks for waiting for this reply!! For the chevre dessert the “two tablespoons” should be either maple syrup or agave syrup. In transferring our existing recipes to our new site in September, we noticed some of the ingredients were inputted with errors. We are grateful for your help! Can we send you a few coupons for Redwood Hill Products? Simply fill out the feedback form at our contact page and mention your comment regarding the recipe… we’ll mail out a few coupons for you. All the best & happy holiday baking to you! Sharon


  • Roberta G


    Don’t understand the times given for Chevre Dessert. Putting 4 items in a food processor should not take 36 mins. And nothing is said in the recipe instructions account for cooking for 2 hours. Please explain.


    • Sharon Bice


      Hello Roberta,
      First, I want to say thanks for waiting for this reply! I have been out of the office and not available to check comments. We so appreciate your comment on the Chevre Dessert recipe! When we updated our website, this recipe did not translate to the new site correctly…and with so many recipes to check, we missed this one. Thanks for your help! Sharon


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