Goat Cheese on Toast : 3 Ways

Tomato & goat cheese on toast

Stuff on toast – a staple in every diet! Avocado on toast is probably the most popular one in our house. There are few better breakfasts than fresh toasted sourdough spread thickly with ripe avocado, a squeeze of lemon juice, cracked pepper, sea salt, and a sprinkling of dukkah.

Another staple at our place is goat cheese – chévre – on toast. There is a small French stall in the market we go to that sells baguettes and croissants, home churned butter, and the BEST cheeses. While I was pregnant a role of their brie was all that I craved. They also have fresh goat cheese which they sell by the container. We often get some during our Saturday morning market run and then it’s goat cheese on toast for the rest of the weekend! So easy, and so good.

Goat cheese, pear & persimmon on toast

If you’re not familiar with goat cheese, it is lighter than cheese made with cow’s milk, and actually easier to digest if you have an intolerance to diary. It is also slightly tangier, and usually deliciously creamy.

This isn’t really a recipe. More like a few suggested ways to eat goat cheese on toast. My one recommendation, though, is to get your hands on the fresh stuff. It makes the world of difference.

Sarah x

Goat cheese & tomato on toast, with salt & pepper
Goat Cheese on Toast : 3 Ways


Fresh sourdough bread, sliced & toasted
Fresh goat cheese
Baby tomatoes
Firm pears
Cracked pepper & sea salt


Spread toasted sourdough bread thickly with fresh goat cheese. Top with:

  • Sliced baby tomatoes, cracked pepper, and sea salt
  • Thinly sliced persimmon
  • Slices of pear, a drizzle of honey, a sprinkling of cardamom

These are just a few of my favourite ways to eat goat cheese on toast, but really, the options are endless, so get creative – blueberries & lemon rind; grilled mushrooms, cracked pepper, & parsley; pesto & olive oil; pickled baby beets & fresh dill. Or just have it straight up!

Goat cheese & persimmon on toast

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