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Easy Blueberry Goat Cheese Appetizer

This post is sponsored by Montchevre but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.

This Easy Blueberry Goat Cheese Appetizer uses goat cheese, pulled pork and pastry shells to make this simple, fast and delicious appetizer. Perfect for holiday entertaining!

blueberry goat cheese appetizer bites in phyllo dough on a serving dish

Holiday season is my favorite season, y’all. I love entertaining and cooking for my friends and family, and I never do more entertaining than throughout the holiday season.

phyllo shells on a pan before baking

So when Montchevre asked me to create an awesome goat cheese recipe for the holidays, I jumped at the chance. Goat cheese is one of my favorite holiday ingredients. It’s such a versatile cheese and among the many flavors Montchevre carries (like truffle, jalapeno, cranberry cinnamon and pumpkin) I was drawn to the blueberry vanilla.

closeup of montchevre blueberry vanilla goat cheese

Today’s recipe uses only three ingredients, if you consider leftover pulled pork one ingredient. These are so amazing with homemade pulled pork (and it’s an excellent way to use up leftovers), but if you’re in a pinch or don’t want to make a huge homemade batch, they still taste incredible with the pre-made stuff from the store.

blueberry goat cheese appetizer bites on a serving plate

blueberry goat cheese appetizers on a plate

The flavors compliment the fresh, creamy subtle sweetness of the blueberry vanilla goat cheese so well and these easy goat cheese appetizer cups give you all of the sweet and savory goodness in one bite – it’s a total crowd pleaser!

And you don’t have to worry about anyone that might be sensitive to dairy – goat cheese is naturally low in lactose. The added vitamins and nutrients, like protein, calcium and vitamin D are just benefits. I love substituting goat cheese in other cheesy recipes, especially throughout the holidays.

So give this recipe a shot, and check out how to find Montchevre in stores near you!

blueberry goat cheese appetizer on a serving dish

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Easy Blueberry Goat Cheese Appetizer

blueberry goat cheese appetizer bites on a plate

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blueberry goat cheese appetizer bites in phyllo dough on a serving dish

Easy Blueberry Goat Cheese Appetizer

Easy Blueberry Goat Cheese Appetizers use goat cheese, pulled pork and pastry shells to make this simple, fast and delicious appetizer. These are perfect for holiday entertaining.

  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 24 bites 1x




  1. Preheat the oven to 350°F and pre-bake the shells according to package directions.
  2. Cut the log of Montchevre Blueberry Vanilla Goat Cheese into 24 equal sections. I suggest cutting it into quarters lengthwise, then slice each quarter into 6 parts, so that each piece gets some of that blueberry goodness.
  3. Place a small spoonful of the pulled pork in each shell and put a piece of goat cheese on top.
  4. Bake for 7-10 minutes or until the cheese is soft and heated through.
  5. Immediately after removing from the oven, gently press the cheese with the back of a spoon and garnish with chopped flat leaf parsley (optional). Serve warm or at room temp.
  • Author: Sarah | AwayFromTheBox
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 10 minutes
  • Category: Appetizer
  • Method: Oven
  • Cuisine: French/American

Keywords: goat cheese appetizer, easy goat cheese appetizer, holiday appetizer, party food, holiday entertaining, pretty appetizer, blueberry vanilla goat cheese, fancy appetizer

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