Fancy White Cheese Toasts (a fun snack or app!)

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A tasty new way to make fancy cheese toast with beets and goat cheese.
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We have a new obsession … cheese toasts! It all started when I discovered both an awesome bread baker and cheese maker at our farmers’ market. For months now, as soon as we get home we chow down on the pictured Orange + Honey toasts for breakfast using the fresh ricotta and also sliced mint leaves. This combo was inspired by something I saw in a magazine (sorry, can’t remember which one), and my older daughter, in particular, cannot get enough of this stuff!

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Then we had friends over one night, and I decided to make some of these toasts and add them to a board with some other cheeses, crackers, and fruit. It was a hit! So I had the idea to make more “fancy” white cheese toasts! I tried a few more combos when I was hosting a “girls night in” at my house with some good friends, and then I made even more options for my family for a snack. They are all so yummy and hearty—this could honestly be your whole lunch or dinner for something different. We love a snacky meal every now and then!

Fancy White Cheese Toasts on 100 Days of Real Food

Beet + Goat Cheese Toast

  • Whole-wheat loaf
  • Goat Cheese
  • Roasted Beets
  • Orange Slices
  • Honey Drizzle
  • Microgreens

Radish + Feta Cheese Toast

  • Whole-wheat loaf
  • Cream Cheese
  • Feta Crumbles
  • Thinly sliced radishes
  • Sliced chives or green onions
  • Olive oil drizzle
  • Salt & pepper

Orange + Honey Ricotta Cheese Toast

  • Whole-wheat loaf
  • Fresh ricotta cheese
  • Orange slices
  • Sliced mint leaves
  • Honey drizzle

Tomato + Pesto Cream Cheese Toast

  • Whole-wheat loaf
  • Cream cheese
  • Sliced cherry or grape tomatoes
  • Pesto (homemade recommended)
  • Balsamic Vinegar drizzle

These toasts are something we’ll be making again and again for all different occasions! Hope you enjoy them as much as we do.

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  1. I’ve been eating “yummy” toasts like this my entire 58 years . Avocado toast was our family favorite. My Grandma always made them for us when we would go to visit. I started using various smashed cheeses as a teenager. Every time I make a “yummy” toast for my own grandchildren I am reminded of my grandma and they taste even better. Thanks for posting these -maybe grandchildren in the future will think of their grandma’s… Passing on the love. Blessings.

  2. These cheese toasts caught my eye because they reminded me of the Smorrebread I had in Copenhagen last year. You’ve got some really creative combinations, I’m interested to try the orange and honey. Cut into small pieces, these would totally make great party snacks.

  3. 5 stars
    Everything on your site looks amazing! I started dairy, gluten and sugar free with my family about 8 years ago and I appreciate all of the hard work that you are doing and sharing!

  4. Hi Lisa! These look amazing. When was this first posted because when I just click “blog” link…I don’t see it anywhere. I can only get to it if I scroll to the bottom of your homepage and it’s listed or if you go to recipes but just ‘blog’ it’s not there. Anyways…been following you since my son was born…and he’s going to be 10 this year!!! OMG! Was wondering what bread your using these days? Do you always make it or are you purchasing?

    1. Hi Tiffany. We’ve changed our blog a little bit, so now recipes only show up under the Recipe tab. This is recipe was published on January 22nd. Lisa found a great bread maker in NC (, as well as still makes her own from time to time. :) – Nicole