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This goat cheese, pistachio, and fig glaze toastie may seem fancy, but it’s actually super easy to make! With only four ingredients and five minutes you can whip up this delectable toast for lunch or as a party appetizer!
If you have noticed yet, I am obsessed with goat cheese. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, it is the GOAT (greatest of all time) of cheeses. Tossed in my Winter Harvest Salad or mixed into my Pasta and Peas with Goat Cheese Sauce, I am a die-hard goat cheese lover. So naturally I had to create a fancy goat cheese toast recipe, however I use the term fancy pretty lightly here as this recipe has only four ingredients.
You can make this toastie for lunch or slice the sourdough into smaller pieces and serve as a party appetizer! Either way, it’s sure to be a hit.
Ingredients in this Goat Cheese, Pistachio & Fig Toastie
Sourdough Bread: I love using sourdough when I want a nice crispy piece of toast. Any artisan bread would be good to use here, as long as it’ll get a nice crisp crunch to it when toasted. If you're looking for an easy solution to always having delicious sourdough bread at your fingertips - try a subscription box from Wildgrain!
Goat Cheese: Only the best cheese ever. Goat cheese is super flavorful and spreads very nicely on the warm piece of toast. There’s nothing better than some warmed up goat cheese, so creamy and melty!
Pistachios: A little extra crunch, flavor, and color for this toast. You could use another nut or seed like pepitas if you don’t have pistachios on hand. Just make sure to chop whatever nut/seed you choose into smaller pieces.
Fig Glaze: Fig and goat cheese is the ultimate combo. In this recipe, we’re using a fig glaze that is drizzled on as the final touch. Don’t have fig glaze? A balsamic glaze would be a comparable swap and just as delicious.
Kitchen Tools Needed for this Recipe
- Toaster or toaster oven
- Knife and cutting board
Looking for Similar Recipes?
Try my Easy Gourmet Grilled Cheese made with dutch style goat’s milk sliced cheese or my Pasta and Peas with Goat Cheese Sauce! I also have this amazing Winter Harvest Salad that’s loaded with goat cheese or this Goat Cheese, Fig, and Arugula Skillet Pizza.
How to Make the Goat Cheese, Pistachio & Fig Toastie
Step One: Toast two slices of sourdough bread in a toaster or toaster oven until nice and crunchy.
Step Two: Spread two ounces of goat cheese evenly onto each slice of toasted bread. The warm bread will help the cheese spread nicely.
Step Three: Sprinkle ¼ cup of chopped pistachios evenly across both slices of bread.
Step Four: Drizzle about 1 tablespoon of fig glaze onto each slice of bread or more if desired!
Step Five: Serve immediately and enjoy!
Ratings and reviews (2)
What a perfect afternoon snack, I love goat cheese! Cannot wait to try these.