I have been so incredibly busy lately, but I am still trying to maintain this blog as best I can! Between school, work and play, I’ve had little time to try new recipes. On top of that, I am having somewhat of a slump in the kitchen— burning lasagna and baking a turkey upside down (?!?!?) being just two examples of my misadventures this week. I blame it on the hectic schedule of the holidays!
These little appetizers are almost impossible to mess up, and taste delicious. Each bite includes all three flavors making the combination perfection. I can’t take full credit for this recipe. I work for a caterer who created it, so when I needed something for book club this week, this came to mind.
The trick is to use candied pecans. Of course, my boss made those himself, but most grocery stores sell them already made. The other key point is using honey to sweeten the goat cheese. I saw that they sell goat cheese with honey already in it, so you could technically save yourself a step there too.
- 1 package dried apricots
- 1 package candied pecans
- 3 oz. goat cheese, softened
- 1-2 Tbs. honey
Combine the honey and goat cheese. Place a dollop on top of the apricot. Put the candied pecan on top. Could it be any easier?