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This past weekend, I had some girlfriends over to watch a movie in an attempt to spare our husbands from having to watch another chick flick with us. Whenever they come over, I prepare a spread of different snacks and treats, to complement our drinks!
Lately, I have been all about the cheese plate. Instead of offering a selection of cheeses with plain old crackers, I decided to try my hand at a goat cheese spread. But not any old goat cheese spread; a roasted red pepper goat cheese spread. While I could and would eat this roasted red pepper goat cheese spread directly out of the jar (SPOON PLEASE!), I saw these Rosemary & Sea Salt and Sesame & Sea Salt Wasa Thins at my local ShopRite and knew they would be the perfect vehicles for my spread. Both are kosher (YAY!), oven baked, low calorie, all natural and high in fiber. They are so thin and crunchy! All good things in my book. Of the two flavors, my favorite is definitely the Rosemary & Sea Salt. Talk about the perfect combination.
The girls really loved the spread atop the crackers! I also served my famous olive tapenade. By the end of the night we were out of drinks, spread, tapenade and both boxes of Wasa Thins!
To prepare the roasted red pepper goat cheese spread you only need a food processor and three ingredients: plain goat cheese, roasted red peppers and fresh ground pepper. It can’t get any easier then that! Scroll down for step by step directions and photos.
I know it is strange, but I found the Wasa Thins at the end of Aisle 3 in my local ShopRite.
There are so many different cracker varieties, they had to overflow to a second aisle!
Now for the step by step directions:
First, plug in your food processor. I almost forgot that step!
Second, add the roasted red peppers into the food processor.
Third, add the goat cheese and fresh ground pepper to the food processor.
Fourth, lock your food processor and pulse until the spread is smooth.
Last, but certainly not least, pour the spread into a bowl and serve with your favorite Wasa Thins!
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