Magical Goat Cheese Dip

I typically stay away from cow dairy, but let’s be honest – there are times in life that call for a creamy dip. This dip contains goat cheese, which unlike cow milk, is made from A2 casein. A2 casein has anti-inflammatory properties and even brain health benefits without the issues that cow’s milk creates (gut issues, allergies, eczema and acne, to name a few). My thirdborn can even eat goat cheese without a runny nose as a party favor, so we usually have it on hand in the Kerry casa.

goat cheese dip

All you need is a food processor and a few ingredients. It’s super yummy with veggies or chips or a gluten-free seedy cracker like Mary’s Gone Crackers. We discovered it is FANTASTIC added to our Saturday morning fried egg and hash brown bowls, pictured here:

goat cheese with eggs
I promise it is tastier than it looks!

So here it is, the magical goat cheese dip…


Ingredients:
  • 10 oz goat cheese
  • 2 green onions, chopped
  • 1 tablespoon dill weed
  • Juice of 1 lemon
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
Directions:
Throw all the above in food processor or blender and blend. You could probably mix by hand too, as goat cheese is so soft and malleable.

goat cheese processor

2 thoughts on “Magical Goat Cheese Dip

  1. FINALLY! a goat chz dip WITHOUT any cows’ milk ingredients! i can’t tell you how many recipes i’ve looked at that include either regular cream chz, half & half or heavy cream, ricotta, or yogurt! gah!!! my sister cannot “safely & effectively” 😉 consume/digest anything with cows’ milk in it, but goats’ or sheep’s milk are agreeable with her intestines! yay! so thank you, thank you! can’t wait to make it!

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