Goat Cheesecake with Fresh Strawberries Dessert Recipe

Growing your own Strawberries has gotten easier with each passing season.  In this post, I share a favorite Goat Cheese and Strawberry Dessert Recipe that can be enjoyed at any time of the year.

Goat Cheese Cake and Strawberry Desserts

strawberry goat cheese recipe

It seemed like a weird combination when I first put this together years ago.  The goat cheese wasn’t that popular when I first made this in 2010.  I think I first had goat cheese at a farm event in Pennsylvania.  Today I purchase goat cheese weekly from Aldi. I hope you take advantage of the print option on this recipe below.  Be sure to let me know what you think of the cheese and strawberry combo.

This recipe is super easy to prepare even after a long day of working in the garden. Let this recipe take you from Garden to Kitchen – Grab the apron friends

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Goat Cheesecake with Fresh Strawberries Dessert

Goat Cheesecake with Fresh Strawberries Dessert

Ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon butter, melted
  • 3 tablespoons butter melted
  • 1 cup graham cracker crumbs
  • 2 lbs cream cheese
  • 1 cup sour cream
  • 12 ounces goat cheese, at room temperature 1/2 cups sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 teaspoons lime juice
    Sauce
  • 2 cups of berries sliced
  • 1/4 cup of sugar
    Garnish
  • 2 cups of fresh strawberries
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 teaspoons lime juice

Instructions

    CAKE
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. In a small mixing bowl, combine the butter and graham cracker crumbs together. Press the crust into the bottom of the prepared pan. or individual oven safe bowls.
  2. In an electric mixer, beat the cream cheese until smooth and creamy, about 5 minutes. Beat in 1 cup sour cream, Goats cheese, and sugar until the mixture is smooth, about 3 minutes.
  3. Beat in the eggs, one at a time. Add the vanilla and lime juice and continue to beat until the batter is full incorporated and smooth. Pour mixture into the prepared pan or dishes.
  4. Bake for 1.5 hours - remove to cool.
  5. Run a knife between the cake and the rim of the pan. Do not release the spring if using a spring pan.. Refrigerate a minimum of 4 hours.
    SAUCE: In a small bowl, whisk together the fruit and sugar. Spread over the top of the cake just before serving. Additional berries garnish on top if desired.

Inspired By Summer Strawberries to create this recipe!

Strawberries

Strawberries are another favorite in the garden and kitchen.  I grow about 4 different varieties in containers year-round in my dome garden.   There are so many easy ways to grow strawberries in your home and garden.   I recently started growing a few new plants from root cuttings.  I shared a video on my YouTube Channel.

 

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Let’s Connect

I would love to hear what you think about growing strawberries.  Trust me, if you make this dessert you will want to learn how to grow your own strawberries year-round just to make this recipe.   Be sure to connect with me by commenting on this post.  You are also welcome to connect with me on my contact page.

Happy Strawberries,

Bren Haas

 

 

12 thoughts on “Goat Cheesecake with Fresh Strawberries Dessert Recipe”

    • Joey – thank you for stopping by my recipe share. I got this recipe from a friend of mine recently and tweaked it a little to make it my own. IT was super easy and extra yummy!

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  1. When you posted your “berry patrol” photo, I was hoping you’d share some recipes for those berries! So glad you did ~ thanks! I especially like the “super easy” part!

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    • lately my family and friends have been eating the berries quicker then I can pick them! 🙂 I hope I have enough to do at least one batch of jam this spring.

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  2. Hi Bren,
    How have you been? I sent some blog addresses to a friend who is thinking about starting a blog. I knew yours are always set up nicely. I gave her the link to your old blog so she could see that, and told her to click the link to get to this one. I told her it was set up very nicely, and that you had started your own website. I see you are using WordPress still. Did or do you still have to pay to have it this way?

    The strawberries and dessert look beautiful, and I bet they tasted good, too.

    I hope spring is going well for you!

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    • OH Sue…. I am thrilled that you stopped by my blog not to mention shared my link with a friend! I miss all my Google Blogger followers off ot the Blogger Follow application. I know the community at Blogger uses that application. I still stop by my Google ‘desktop’ just to check out what everyone is sharing on there. WordPress doesn’t have that application. The only ‘follow’ application available for WordPress is the RSS subscription option. You know writing this to you has me thinking : maybe I need to make my RSS feed ( where you can receive emails when I post a new blog!) a little more fancy to catch the viewers eye!?! Maybe most viewers do not realize how easy and convenient the ‘Subscribe’ by Rss can be.

      I appreciate you sharing my blog with your friend. You know, when I am out doing photography at greenhouse or garden shows the subject of blogging always comes up. I always share that if you are new to blogging I would go with the free services at Blogger. IF you are a little more ‘techie’ and want to get more out of your page I would use WordPress. They have all the neat add-ons like categories, separate pages, and a Media page just to name a few of the extras. Either way, I totally recommend blogging because it is a great way to learn more about the garden world.

      Thank you once again for stopping by my blog. I love to talk blogging, photos and everything in between always leave me a comment!

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