Fig season is here! Does anyone else see figs in the grocery store, get really excited, buy them, and then be like “but what do I do with them?” ….no? Just me? Ok.
I remember the first time I bought figs, I searched endlessly for fig recipes on Pinterest. The first thing I ever made was a burrata and fig flatbread. That was delicious, but it’s not what you came here for!
If you’re wondering what to do with figs, these Fig and Honey Goat Cheese Toasts might be exactly what you’re looking for. So move over Avocado Toast, there’s a new toast recipe in town!
Figs and honey go hand in hand and when I saw the honey goat cheese in the store I was ecstatic—mostly because I’ve never had a honey goat cheese before. Needless to say, it was delicious, but don’t bend over backwards trying to find honey goat cheese for this recipe. Regular goat cheese will work just fine and you can drizzle a little honey on top if you’d like!
These Fig and Honey Goat Cheese Toasts are perfect party appetizers, which is great for football season since everyone always wants finger food to watch the game! They’re also nice to bring along to a holiday party if you’re looking for something quick and easy to make for Thanksgiving, Friendsgiving, or Christmas.
For this recipe, I used a Chocolate Balsamic Glaze that I LOVE from City 2 Shore Gourmet but you can use any flavor—traditional balsamic glaze, vanilla, or fig to name a few.
Fig And Honey Goat Cheese Toasts
- 1 baguette
- 8 oz softened honey goat cheese
- 6 figs
- 1 handful pistachios, chopped
- Balsamic glaze (I used a chocolate balsamic glaze)
- Slice baguette into 1 inch rounds and toast.
- While baguette is toasting, roughly chop pistachios (not into a fine dust) and cut figs into half-inch thick slices, then slice in half lengthwise.
- Spread goat cheese on each baguette slice, and top with pistachios and figs, then drizzle with balsamic glaze.
Note: If you can’t find honey goat cheese, use regular softened goat cheese and drizzle honey over top.
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