Oct 16, 2009

Honey Goat Cheese Dressing




Taste the wonderful flavors of fall in this beautiful salad with apples, craisins, pecans, honey and creamy goat cheese tossed with mixed baby greens. I love the combination of the goat cheese paired with the sweet taste of honey and fruit. This is great as a side salad or a light lunch.

I was surprised to learn that goat cheese is 30% lower in fat and calories than most cow’s milk and it's tolerable for those who cannot digest cow’s milk. 




Honey Goat Cheese Dressing

Gina's Weight Watcher Recipes
Servings: 15 • Serving Size: 1 tablespoon • Old Points: 1 pt • Points+: 1 pts
Calories: 43.1 • Fat: 3.4 g • Protein: 1.4 g • Carb: 2.0 g • Fiber: 0.0 g • Sugar: 1.8 g
Sodium: 28.3 mg

Ingredients:
  • 4 oz fresh creamy goat cheese, room temperature
  • 1 1/2 tbsp honey
  • 2 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil
  • 2 tsp apple cider vinegar
  • 1/2 lemon, juiced
  • 1 tbsp water
  • Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper

Directions:

In a small blender, combine goat cheese, honey, olive oil, vinegar, lemon juice, water and season with salt and plenty of freshly ground black pepper. Mix until fully combined and creamy.


Mixed Greens with Apples, Pecans and Craisins over Mixed Greens
Gina's Weight Watcher Recipes
Servings: 1 Calories: 243 Points: 5.25 ww points

Ingredients:
  • 1/2 oz dried craisins (1/2 pack Craisins 100 calorie pack)
  • 10 pecan halves
  • 1/2 apple sliced
  • 1 cup mixed baby greens
  • 1 tbsp honey goat cheese dressing

Directions:

Fill a bowl with mixed greens. Top with pecans, apples, and craisins. Drizzle 1 tbsp honey goat cheese dressing over top of salad.

190 comments :

  1. Yum! I used to work at W-S for seasonal help - miss it and the good discount.
    I love this cheese.
    And I would love to make the twice baked sweet potatoes because I just got a ton of sweet potatoes in!

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  2. Chavrie® Chicken Wontons.

    I'm not a big fan of goat cheese straight up on salads or spread on toast, but i love it as an ingrediant. A little extra zing is never a bad thing. (woah, that was very "martha" of me.)

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  3. Chavrie® Roasted Red Pepper Quesadillas
    Love me some goat cheese! Really any cheese! I love WS too! :)

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  4. I found your site recently and have been loving it. I started WW 8 weeks ago and have lost 25 pounds so far. My husband is Polish/Hungarian and I can't wait to tell him about the Spaetzle!! Thanks for the link, and the chance to win!

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  5. love the sound of the twice baked sweet potato!

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  6. Chavrie® Waldorf Salad

    mmmm Just went apple picking - This will be delicious~

    Yummy :)
    Jayne

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  7. The crab empanadas look delicious. I prefer using goat cheese as an ingredient or as very small pieces in salads.

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  8. That salad looks delicious! The Curried Apple Soup looks intriguing. :)

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  9. I was sucked in by the picture of the Grilled Salmon with Chavrie Caper Sauce. There aren't very many ingredients but it looks big in taste! I never knew this cheese was lower in fat and calories. You can BET I'm going to try it! Umm, you're recipe for the salad above isn't too shabby either!! Wow, that looks good!

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  10. Roasted Asparagus with Chavrie® Dijon Sauce sounds absolutely amazing!!

    I love cheese, thanks for pointing out the healthiness of goat cheese!

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  11. Stuffed goatcheese turkey burgers!!

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  12. I'd make the Chavrie Gnocci. Yum.

    bridgetteleigh75@aol.com

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  13. The asparagus soup looks delicious.

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  14. I love goat cheese.

    Twice baked sweet potatoes will be a coming attraction in my kitchen.

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  15. I would have to say the Gnocchi is calling my name, it looks delicious. I can never pass up some good Italian food.

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  16. Chavrie Apple Strudel :-)

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  17. I visited the Charvie site and it all looks so yummy! Both the Quick Dip & Roasted Red Pepper dip look like great ideas (will be great for the holiday veggie trays). Also, I like the idea of using is as a topping on baked potatoes...always looking for ideas to dress up a potato! Thanks for sharing!

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  18. Yum! Definitely the tomato soup! Fall is finally here!

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  19. I think the mac and cheese sounds good! I have been eager to try goat cheese but do not want to buy a whole package, only to find out I don't like it!

    Lori

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  20. Chevre guacamole is awesome

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  21. I absolutely LOVE goat cheese so the fact that it's lower in fat is a nice option. I'm back on weight watchers again so I love seeing how other bloggers cook in a healthy way.

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  22. Miss Dee Canada10/16/09, 3:52 PM

    Chavrie® Vegetable Lasagna

    It looks so yummy and suitable for these cold fall and winter nights!

    Just delicious!

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  23. I think the Chavrie® Gnocchi looks delicious! We're a big fan of gnocchi here!

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  24. The chicken wontons look so yummy!

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  25. Love goat cheese. I'd be interested in trying the Chavri Gnocchi for sure!

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  26. This one sounds delish!

    Chavrie® Macaroni and Cheese

    A fall comfort food for sure!

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  27. Chavrie® Tropical Fruit Salad
    looks so delicious!

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  28. WOW - awesome giveaway and I love this cheese too. Roasted Red Pepper Quesadillas looked SUPER tasty to me..think I may try it out this weekend!

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  29. Abby Motoxprincess31@yahoo.com10/16/09, 4:18 PM

    So many of the recipes look great but I would love to try the raita, and the curried apple soup becuase I love indian food, and I know my whole family would love those recipes.

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  30. Would love to try the Stuffed Tomatoes! Thanks for the info on the points value of goat cheese. Definitely will try it!

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  31. Love this cheese & WS! I am going to have to try Chavrie® Crab Empanadas!

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  32. Thanks for giving me yet another reason why I could probably live on goat cheese alone. I love it! I'm definitely going to make this dressing. And I'm loving the recipe for the portobella panini! Thanks!

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  33. The peppered goat log sliders look amazing! I will probably never make it becuase it's so fattening, but it sure looks good!

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  34. Chavrie is my favorite goat cheese! I love the mild flavor of it compared to other goat cheeses.

    I would love to try the Roasted Asparagus with Chavrie Dijon sauce!

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  35. I am definitely making the Chicken Wonton's for our football party on Sunday. Thanks for the great ideas!

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  36. I am going to have to say the portobella panini! YUMMMM! Can you make that weight watcher friendly, puuuuhleeease! :)
    Wish me luck!! I <3 William Sonoma and all things kitchen!
    haleywinchester@gmail.com

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  37. Chavrie Gnocchi for sure! YUM!

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  38. I like the Tabbouleh Salad. It looks healthy and colourful =)

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  39. The Chavrie Mediterranean dip! Sounds perfect for the party I am attending on Sunday :)

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  40. I love cherries and bread pudding. My vote goes for the Cherry Bread pudding! johnandgrace@morrisbb.net

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  41. The Stuffed Mushrooms ... mmmmm! Right before dinner, too! lol!

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  42. Wow, so many to choose from.... the Chavrie® Guacamole sounds delicious.

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  43. Ooh, the Curried Apple Soup sounds really good. Might just have to try that one!

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  44. Chavrie apple strudel. Of course! Sweet and savory is always nice.

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  45. This dressing looks great! And how nice of you to do a giveaway! I looked through the recipes and the tarragon Chavrie chicken with mushrooms sounds heavenly!

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  46. The chicken wontons are calling my name! :)

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  47. I wish I had all of the ingredients at home right now to make the Chavrie Vegetable Lasagna! YUM! :)

    Your salad dressing sounds yummy! I wanna come eat at your house! :)

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  48. haha, the name just does not sound right, but the Chavrie® Peppered Goat Log Sliders would be yummy for classed-up tailgating.

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  49. I have actually never ever tried goat cheese--apparently I am missing out! I would have to try the Twice Baked SP. I can never get enough of potatoes, sweet or non!

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  50. First let me say that the Honey Goat Cheese Dressing is on my list of "To Make" for next week. It is just what I have been looking for!

    Alot of the recipes for Chavrie look so deliciously great, but I have been dying to try to make gnocchi for the longest time now. I believe I must must must try the Chavrie® Gnocchi as my first attempt. :-)

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  51. the Chavrie vegetable lasagna looks great! Thank You for your great website. yadira.brown@gmail.com

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  52. Oh my goodness the chavrie gnocchi looks to die for!!!

    samantha.fawcett@gmail.com

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  53. I have been wanting to try goat cheese so I think I will choose the Chavrie Macaroni & Cheese recipe. You sure can't go wrong with mac-n-cheese no matter what kind of cheese you use, right?
    I love your blog....passed it on to several WW amigos. Thank You , Thank You, Thank you!

    ardefelice@cs.com

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  54. Mmmm...the Chavrie® Portobello Panini looks fabulous! I'll have to try that one.

    warmanimal@gmail.com

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  55. Grilled Steak with Creamy Herbed Chavrie Topping

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  56. Hi, I love goat cheese and baking, so I would try the Chavrie Cherry Bread Pudding frist! :D Thanks!

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  57. Oh, I would love to enter! The Grilled Steak with Creamy Herbed Chavrie® Topping looks amazing...I bet my husband would love it! I think I will try this out in the near future!

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  58. Chavrie® Apple Strudel, of course :)
    i always love me some apples!

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  59. I love goat cheese! The Tarragon Chavrie Chicken with Mushrooms sounds really tasty. I may have to give that one a try. :) socalstitcher at gmail dot com

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  60. The gnocchi looks awesome!

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  61. I would like to try making the Chavrie® Stuffed Turkey Burgers. I love turkey burgers, and this would be fantastic! kt at alltheweigh dot info

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  62. The gnocchi looks incredible! I'm going to have to put that on the top of my "to make" list!

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  63. this looks good: Chavrie® Cherry Bread Pudding

    And my hubby is lactose intolerant so I love using goat cheese!

    thanks for the giveaway!

    dani_mnz@yahooDOTcom

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  64. Chavrie Macaroni and Cheese

    I LOVE Macaroni and Cheese and this looks/sounds like a delicious recipe!! I love trying it made with different cheeses and the fact that this cheese is lower in fat certainly helps!! I have been on WW for a year now and have lost a little over 57 lbs!! I am VERY thankful for your website for inspiring me with so many wonderful recipes!! Thanks!!

    Tammy (tlep1101@yahoo.com)

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  65. There are lots of great recipes! The apple strudel and herbed cheescake are the first two that I would try...Thanks for the giveaway, Michele

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  66. I am having people over for a football party. I am going to make the quick roasted red pepper dip. I was also thinking about serving veggies with it as well as chips.

    Thanks!
    Stacey
    stacers408@gmail.com

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  67. I love salmon, so I would pick the salmon with caper sauce.

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  68. Great package!

    I would choose the Chavrie® Herbed Cheesecake...yum!

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  69. Thanks so much for the new recipe and for the link to the Chavrie website. I would like to try their macaroni and cheese as I have grandchildren who love mac and cheese, and it would be great to find a different, healthier choice. Thanks so much.

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  70. Chavrie Apple Strudel! I am going to pick apples today. What a great idea! You have really helped me with my ww quest. Love your site. Your photos are the best.

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  71. This salad looks yummy! I will definitely have to try it!

    I had no idea that goat cheese was so much lower in fat and calories. Good to know!

    I would love to try the Grilled Salmon with Chavrie® Caper Sauce.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    Christi
    christiboyer@yahoo.com

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  72. I love to travel and I'm always looking for International recipes to make. Greece is one of my favorite countries to visit and I just love Tzadziki. It's very healthy and so easy to make!

    Chavrie® Tzadziki

    Serves 6-8
    2 ea. Large English cucumber (peeled, diced 1/2 inch)
    1 pkg. Chavrie®
    1/2 tsp. Garlic, chopped fine
    1 Tbsp. Mint, chopped
    1 Tbsp. Dill, chopped
    1 oz. Lemon juice
    Salt and pepper to taste
    Instructions
    Drain cucumbers for 10 minutes in a colander
    Meanwhile combine all remaining ingredients
    Fold in the drained cucumbers
    Refrigerate overnight before serving
    Serve with pita chips

    Thanks!

    Monica

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  73. I would try the Chavrie Macaroni and Cheese. I love trying different mac and cheese variations.

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  74. The Chavrie Cuban sandwich for sure! Yum!
    Thanks! Katie
    kate.kes@gmail.com

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  75. Thanks so much for a great blog with yummy recipes and beautiful pictures! I have to try the Grilled Steak with Creamy Herbed Chavrie Topping. Looks so good!!

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  76. Mmmm.....Chavrie Vegetable Lasagna :)
    Sounds great!!

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  77. I love goat's cheese! It's great just as a topping on a salad or as a stuffing for chicken. I think their recipe for Chicken Wontons looks really good.

    jlsemon at gmail dot com

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  78. roberta2408@hotmail.com10/17/09, 11:29 AM

    Love the goat cheese macarroni and cheese! Can't wait to try!

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  79. The Chavrie Roasted Red Pepper Quesadillas look like a really cool change from what I usually make. Yum!

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  80. I have been reading your blog since...well I don't remember, but I've used many of your recipes! :o) I gave you an award, so stop by my blog to accept! :o)

    http://underwoodbaby2.blogspot.com/

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  81. I am always looking for something sweet. The Apple Strudel recipe looks delicious and simple enough for me (not the best cook) to make!

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  82. Chavrie (C) Gnocchi for me! I love goat cheese with crackers and roasted red peppers as an appetizer, but using it as an ingredient in recipes will kick it up a notch.

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  83. Ooo, I am definitely going to try a number of these recipes. I think first up will be the Curried Apple Soup. It looks delicious!

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  84. I love the Chavrie® Asian Chilled Pasta--sounds delish! Can't wait to try it. Thanks for giving us the link to the Chavrie site--my family LOVES goat Cheese!

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  85. Thanks for your latest entry! I would pick the quick tomato soup looks delish. With these cold nights, that will definitely hit the spot.
    Thank you!
    Amy
    abvernon@sbcglobal.net

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  86. I am seriously digging that Portabello Panini! I find that I use the panini machine a lot because you can put just about anything in between a couple of pieces of whole grain bread and the heat and squish make it all so delish (I didn't mean for that to rhyme!). One of things I really like about goat cheese - and oddly enough, Chavrie is the one I find is best at this - is that it has a very good flavor especially when heated or melted. Some cheeses lose their flavor but goat cheese seems to get better. So you can use less and still get the bang for the buck.

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  87. Thanks for suggesting the website! I went and took a look and the Chavrie® Crab Empanadas
    look absolutely amazing! I love to cook and these look so yummy and so easy! Can't wait to make them.

    postprod@frontiernet.net

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  88. Chavre apple strudel sounds great for after a trip to the apple farm on a chilly day!My kids would love this too.My teen loves goat cheese.Thanks diane

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  89. Amanda Harper10/17/09, 4:27 PM

    Yummmmm!! I like the Chavri Portabello Paninis! I am a soup and sandwich type of girl!!

    harpergirls5@live.com

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  90. Chavrie® Apple Strudel ~yum~ ! http://www.chavrie.com/Recipes.aspx?Recipe=52

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  91. Yummy! The Chavrie Gualamole looks fantastic. Going to get the ingredients and I can't wait to try it. Thanks for the chance to win Gina!!!

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  92. The crab empanadas look delicious! Reminds me of the crab puffs we get at the chinese restaurant.

    I just shared your site with my sister - your recipes are all so tasty!

    liz_toel@sbcglobal.net

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  93. My boyfriend is obsessed with all things German, so I am definitely going to try the Spaetzle recipe! Thanks for the link. Great site, by the way! I visit regularly to get inspiration for healthy cooking :-)

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  94. I think the Chavrie Curried Apple Soup looks yummy for a fall dinner!

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  95. Roasted red Pepper dip looks delicious...Lately i have been obsessed with roasted red peppers so I would definentally make this super soon!!

    Check out my blog! Cookteen.blogspot.com

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  96. How could you go wrong with the Chavrie Macaroni and Cheese recipe?? Not only does it sound delicious, but it would be different to try with goat cheese to kick it up a notch! Keep your awesome recipes coming Gina...I can't get enough!!
    -Kristin
    klw21@aol.com

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  97. I am in love with goat cheese stuffed mushrooms! so yummy!

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  98. The grilled salmon with goat cheese topping will be on my menu this week! Next I have to explore the desserts!

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  99. I love goat cheese! I am a sucker for cream cheese wontons at the chinese restaurant so I'm picking the Chavrie Chicken Wontons from their website. By the way, that salad looks gorgeous!
    Andrea

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  100. Chavrie Apple Strudel is my favorite :)

    chibiarchess@gmail.com

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  101. The Chavrie Tropical Fruit Salad sounds heavenly!!

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  102. I think the Chavrie Crab Empanadas look awesome!

    I also really like your recipes, I started WW a few weeks ago and I have tried several. The oven roasted cauliflower was really good... thanks for all the great recipe ideas!!

    dallazia (at) psualum (dot) com

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  103. Mmmmmmmm Chavrie Gnocchi! I must try!

    Can't wait to try the Honey Goat Cheese Dressing - goat cheese is my FAVE! :)

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  104. Chavrie Cranberry Turkey Cutlets sounds delicious and easy to prepare!

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  105. so glad to hear that one of my favorite cheeses has a 1 pt value per 2 tbsp! I can't wait to give the Grilled Salmon with Chavrie® Caper Sauce a try!
    rachelnoah627@gmail.com

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  106. mamagez@msn.com10/17/09, 11:03 PM

    Chavrie® Stuffed Mushrooms ---can't wait to give these a try!! Love those mushrooms!!

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  107. The Chavrie® Quick Roasted Red Pepper Dip looks like a great go-to appetizer snack when you have unexpected guests!

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  108. I liked the Asian Chilled Pasta as there are many easy substitutes for the ingredients to make it more WW friendly. I can imagine the tangy taste of lemongrass with the goat cheese and ginger. Best of all, this is a make ahead meal, refrigerates well (tastes better , in fact, if you don't eat it right away). I can make a batch on Sunday and seal/freeze it so all it needs is to be thawed out for lunch at work.

    Thank you for your good work. I have been lurking for a week as a new WW member,

    Mimi H.
    iheartmaltese@me.com

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  109. OOooh! Chavrie roasted red pepper quesadilla is going on my shopping list today. Great looking salad dressing; I adore goat cheese. Great giveaway, too. Oh, random picker of winners, pick me, pick me.

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  110. Hi! Great blog. :) Please check out my blog. I have given your blog an award. Have a great day :)

    www.kansascrochetmom.blogspot.com

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  111. Chavrie Creamy Polenta is something I would make in a heartbeat. I love polenta & can only imagine how rich tasting this would be!
    The honey dressing looks wonderful though & I am always looking for new ways to dress my salads.

    Thanks for the giveaway!!
    Lynn

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  112. The Grilled Salmon with Chavrie Caper sauce. I want to be able to cook more fish but I have a hard time finding recipes I think I would like. This sounds fantastic!

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  113. chavrie chicken wontons, please! looking forward to trying the recipe.

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  114. Gnocchi and Waldorf Salad are calling my name!

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  115. chicken wontons, for sure. (pick me-please!)

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  116. Chavrie Gnocchi sounds delicious! I've been looking for a good gnocchi recipe and this sounds simple and tasty!!!

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  117. I can't wait to try Chavrie® Grape Salad
    it looks so light and refreshing

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  118. Can't wait to try Chavrie® Grape Salad
    looks light and refreshing

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  119. Loving the Tomato soup recipe... I love tomato soup and this looks like a quick and easy way to spice it up a bit. 1 can condensed soup, 1 cup veggie broth and a Chavrie pyramid... sounds so good I'm gonna try it tonight!

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  120. Oh my gosh, those stuffed mushrooms look wonderful!

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  121. The Meringue Cookies!!
    I love Meringue and it is good for you!! You could eat 5 of them and not feel guilty.

    By the way, I have an awesome giveaway on my site righ tnow...

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  122. Chavrie Vegetable Lasagna! Yum! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  123. wow this is my first time to your site! I found this delishish salad on tastespotting! From the Chavrie site I thought the Chavrie grape stuffed leaves looked so delishish as an appetizer~

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  124. I've actually never had goat cheese but the Chavrie Hummus recipe intrigues me. I never thought of putting any type of cheese in hummus before!

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  125. I am addicted to hummus so as soon as I saw the chavrie hummus i was thrilled. i made it this weekend and can i just say FABULOUS!

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  126. wow, this salad looks awesome. I frequently put goat cheese on my salad, but I've never thought of adding it to the dressing. Thanks for the idea!

    and I must say that the gnocchi would top my list from chavrie's site. gnocchi always tops the list :)

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  127. I love goat cheese, and polenta, so the Chavrie Creamy Polenta is something I'm definitely going to try!

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  128. I like the recipe for the Chavrie and maple syrup desert dip. I bet it would be just as good with fresh fruit, instead of shortbread cookies. I would still try to sneak in one cookie though.

    Sandra Jones
    joneseygirl28@aol.com

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  129. The grilled salmon with chavrie caper sauce sounds so amazing right now. I think I'm going to have to try it!

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  130. I really like the roasted red pepper quesadilla. Great easy app.

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  131. the tropical fruit salad looks absolutely delightful.

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  132. The one that really appeals to me is the Chavrie Apple Strudel. I think it works really well for the Fall. I can't wait to try it!

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  133. What a great giveaway!!

    I would LOVE to try the Tarragon Chavrie® Chicken with Mushrooms....this looks YUMMY!!!

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  134. I like the looks of the Crab Empanadas - yum!

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  135. I would definitely try the goat cheese Spaetzle. My husband LOVES Spaetzle and it looks like an interesting twist. Kind of like Kase Spaetzle only with it inside instead of on top!

    Michelle B.

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  136. I really like this combination of Turkey and goat cheese
    Cranberry Turkey Cutlets

    Ingredients
    1 pkg. (17.6 oz) turkey cutlets
    4 tsp. extra virgin olive oil
    1 pkg. 5.3 oz. Chavrie® Pyramid
    ¼ cup finely chopped pecans
    5 tbsp. whole berry cranberry sauce
    Instructions
    Heat broiler. Brush one side of cutlets with olive oil; place oiled side down on broiler pan. Brush tops with remaining olive oil.
    Broil about 4 inches from heat for 5 minutes. Turn and broil 3 minutes or until no longer pink in center.
    Meanwhile, mix Chavrie® and pecans in small bowl. Spoon mixture over top of broiled cutlets and broil and additional minute or until cheese is warm.
    Top with cranberry sauce.

    Delicious!
    Rhiannon
    Clorerm@gmail.com

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  137. I am always looking for new recipes that do not incorporate so much meat and the Portabello Panini looks amazing!

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  138. OMG the Chavrie® Stuffed Mushrooms sound amazing! I love goat cheese, mushrooms and roasted garlic so I can't see how you could possibly go wrong with that! Thanks for the recipe and the giveaway! :)

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  139. Chavrie® Herbed Cheesecake
    I love cheesecake, and have often said that a savory cheesecake would be great, but never thought about doing it this way - really looking forward to it

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  140. The Salmon with Chavrie Caper Sauce looks delish. Nice job on the salad. Always love your photos.

    stacidpeterson@gmail.com

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  141. I LOVE Hummus and the Chavrie Hummus sounds so yummy to me! It would be fantastic with pita chips!

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  142. That picture is great! I can't wait to try this. I love goat cheese. This recipe looks so yummy:

    Chavrie® Chicken Wontons

    Makes 15-20

    Ingredients
    ½ lbs ground Chicken
    1 tsp. lime juice
    1 Tbsp cilantro, leaves chopped
    1 tsp. ginger chopped
    1 Tbsp. curry paste (your preference)
    1 pkg. 4 oz. Chavrie® Goat Log
    1 pkg. Square wonton wrappers
    1 C water
    Vegetable oil
    Instructions
    Put the chicken, lime juice, honey, red curry paste, and cilantro into a medium bowl and mix well by hand.
    Split the Chavrie® Goat Log in half and cut ¼ inch half moon shaped pieces
    Lay out 10 wonton wrappers in a row. Put 1 half moon shaped piece of Chavrie® Goat Log into the center of each square. Top with 1tsp. of chicken mixture.
    Working quickly, dip your fingers into the water and moisten the edges of the wonton. Fold it over the filling to form a triangle, pressing well to seal. Curl the 2 points in towards each other, moisten 1 point and press them together to form a bishop's hat. Repeat with the remaining wontons.
    Pour 3 inches of the vegetable oil into a large saucepan and place over medium heat. When ready to cook, drop the wontons into the hot oil in batches of 6 until puffed and golden, about 3 minutes.
    Remove and let the excess oil drain.

    Serving Suggestions:
    Serve with the Chavrie® Thai dipping sauce
    Wontons can be cooked in chicken stock and used as soup garnish if you prefer not to fry them

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  143. I love your site, I just joined WW but I have been doing your recipes for about 2 weeks now, thank you!

    I like the Chavrie® Twice baked potato recipe!

    joannamenard@gmail.com

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  144. The Goat Cheese Spaetzle is, hands-down, the best I have ever had. My husband, who is German, loved these - only after he was done did I tell him that they were made with goat cheese. Another "goat cheese?!" phobic converted!

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  145. I love goat cheese! It's tangy and creamy. So good. I would make the Vichyssoise soup! I remember Jamie making this on Top Chef and really want to try my hand at it! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  146. Gina -- I love your recipes and talked about your blog at my WW meeting in Wantagh. Regarding the recipe for the wontons on the Chavrie site, which sound totally yummy, do they mean raw ground chicken or already cooked ground chicken?? I hate to sound foolish, but I'd hate to put a lot of effort into this only to screw it up by not asking the question....Keep the recipes coming!!!

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  147. Just found your site about 2 weeks ago and have already made several of your recipes and they have all been yummy! I'm in the mood for dessert so I would make the Chavrie Herbed Cheesecake....

    Thanks

    stephpower618@hotmail.com

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  148. The Cuban sandwiches look SO GOOD!!

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  149. shannon12271@hotmail.com10/19/09, 3:27 PM

    Chavrie and Maple Syrup ~ what better ingredients, and to dip cookies? Yes!

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  150. Chavrie® Guacamole

    I love guac... And this sounds even better with cheese!

    katie.prevatt@yahoo.com

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  151. idoia8@gmail.com10/19/09, 4:18 PM

    I think Chavrie® Frittata sounds delicious.

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  152. I've GOT to try the Chevrie Gnocchi!!!

    slastinger@gmail.com

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  153. Chevrie Gnocchi!!!

    slastinger@gmail.com

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  154. Ditto on loving goat cheese! All the recipes I read looked scrumptious. For a special dinner, the Roasted Asparagus with Chavrie® Dijon Sauce seems very appealing!
    Love this site -- I'm telling my WW@Work meeting about you this week!

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  155. Yum! The Vegetable Lasagna sounds delicious. Btw..I just love your blog. I started reading it one night, decided to join WW the next day after seeing so many wonderful recipes, and 3 weeks later I have lost 9 pounds. Thank you so much!

    creativecritiquer@gmail.com

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  156. The apple struedel looks delicious!

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  157. I visited Chavrie's website and choose Chavrie® Chicken Wontons as the recipe that appealed to me.

    rejoiceinsaving (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  158. I really like the idea for the Quick Tomato Soup!!!

    ShannonKoth@yahoo.com

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  159. The Curried Apple Soup looks great.

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  160. The grilled salmon with goat cheese-caper sauce looks really good. I'm always looking for new ways to dress up a salmon filet.
    Karen
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  161. http://www.chavrie.com/Recipes.aspx?Recipe=15

    the gnocchi looks so yummy!!!

    natashachiaviello@gmail.com

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  162. Cathy Krasnianski10/20/09, 10:28 AM

    The Asian Chilled Pasta sounds yummy!

    gkras@msn.com

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  163. I really loved the Chavrie Guacamole it was so Creamy & Delightful. I am so thankful that you introduced me to this new site. My husband and I just recently started WW and I am trying to keep it fun so I love this site and all of your Tidbits. Thank You! Missy missymaye@msn.com

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  164. Michelle Dykstra10/20/09, 11:45 AM

    The apple strudel looks fantastic!

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  165. MMMM! I LOVE Goat cheese! My favorite is goat cheese with kalamata olives on a great cracker! Quick and easy. I found the Chavrie Macaroni and Cheese recipe and I think I will try that tonight! YUM!

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  166. I think the Chavrie Waldorf Salad looks great!

    desiraemontgomery@hotmail.com

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  167. Chavrie Black Olive and Tomato Tian, looks scrumptious!

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  168. The Tzadziki recipe looks soooo yummy - and I love the idea of using the goat cheese. My girlfriends and I are having a "garlic fest" and I plan on making this!

    ae_johnston@comcast.net

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  169. Yum! I think the Chavrie® Tzadziki would be a great addition to chicken gyros!
    brookebov@hotmail.com

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  170. The Macaroni and Cheese looks amazing and only 5 points! I'm lactose intolerant so this is perfect! Yum!

    lydawson@indiana.edu

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  171. I love the looks of Chavrie® Tabbouleh Salad I love tabbouleh! Great site I just found you!~

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  172. I think the Chavrie® Macaroni and Cheese sounds like a recipe I would like to try! I love macacroni and cheese, but not out of the box. As the weather is getting colder I am starting to crave warm, comfort foods! Thanks so much :)

    Ellen
    ellenbjohnson@live.com

    ps - i love your site, i use your recipes all the time!!!

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  173. I made the chevrie guacamole recipe. I have always loved this treat, and I never thought you could improve the taste by adding this smooth and creamy cheese to it. This is my new recipe for my all time favorite splurge! Suzan Nannysuzan01534@aol.com

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  174. Ooooh the gnocchi looks fantastic!

    erica.thomas85@gmail.com

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  175. The Chavrie Stuffed Mushrooms look and sound amazing!!

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  176. I would make the roasted red pepper dip!

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  177. AH!!!! I love the gnocchi recipe. So wonderful. I've had ricotta gnocchi before but not chavrie so it would be really fun to experiment.

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  178. The Chavrie Gnocchi sounds great! I love Gnocchi, but can rarely find a great recipe for it!
    Teastal@aim.com

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  179. Great giveaway!!

    The Macaroni and Cheese looks DELICIOUS!!!

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  180. Mmmm.. mac and cheese please!!

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  181. the Chavrie chicken wontons look good.

    just found your site. Thanks for all the great posts!

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  182. Looks lovely! This blog is awesome, love it :)

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  183. YOU MAKE EVERYTHING LOOK SOOOO GOOD IT MAKE's ME HUNGRY !!!!

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  184. The grape leaves with goat cheese look amazing!!!!

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  185. I love this salad, I make it quite frequently because I just adore goat cheese. I decided that I wanted to have it for dinner last night but wanted some protein in it. I made a new weight watchers recipe for pecan crusted chicken and sliced it and put it on top. It was so perfect! I also cut grapes in halve and put them on this salad when I make it because grapes and goat cheese are a match made in heaven. Yum! Keep the wonderful recipes coming Gina!

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  186. Hi Gina! One question, how long does the honey goat cheese dressing stay good in the fridge for?

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  187. Can the honey goat cheese dressing be made in advance?

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  189. How long will this dressing last in the refrigerator? LOVE your posts and thank you so much for your talent and hard work :)

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