Baked Chevre

Baked Chevre at The Happy Housewife

Now I realize that most of my recipes are inexpensive with familiar ingredients, but Baked Chevre is one of our favorite appetizers and too good not to share.

What is chevre? Chevre is cheese made from goats milk. It has the consistency of cream cheese and it is delicious.

Baked Chevre is an easy appetizer that is sure to impress even the pickiest guest. It is also a great way to use up all those tomatoes you will have in your garden in a few months.

This recipe takes 10 minutes from start to finish. All my kids love it and we often eat it for lunch when I am able to find marked down French bread.

Baked Chevre


  • Spaghetti/ Tomato Sauce
  • Chevre
  • Italian Seasoning (or create your own)
  • Loaf of French bread


  1. Pour sauce into an oven safe bowl or deep dish. Add slices of chevre on top of the sauce.
  2. Bake in a 350 degree oven for about 7 minutes. (You can also microwave it, but it tends to splatter.)
  3. Remove from the oven and sprinkle with Italian seasoning.
  4. Serve by spreading on slices of toasted French or Italian bread.


This post is linking to Tasty Tuesday.


  1. That looks pretty good. I have never tried Goat Cheese. A friend of mine has goats and sometimes makes cheese. I’ll have to ask her for a taste. Thanks of the recipe.

    • TheHappyHousewife says:

      Oh yes, you really should ask her for some! I never thought I would like it until I tried it and my kids love it too!

  2. I might have to try this. We have someone locally who makes it and sells at our co-op. For some reason chevre always seems to have a funny aftertaste to me, but I’m trying to love it.

  3. Thanks for sharing this! I’m always looking for new appetizer recipes- especially ones that are quick and easy.

  4. I love goat cheese but have never heard of Chevre. Love these simple, fast recipes you find.

  5. Sherri B-B says:

    I’m just relieved… I glanced at your article with eyes that have had contacts in for waaay to long today & thought I read baked chevy…

    • TheHappyHousewife says:

      well Sherri- that is my recipe for next week. I’m still trying to find a big enough oven though… 😉

  6. Yum! This looks great, thanks!

  7. I really like the way you present this – referenced it on my blog today!

  8. neat! i just got a coupon to try for a free chevre cheese!
    thanks for the tip

  9. this was my inspiration four supper tonight. I used cheese bread and cream cheese instead but it was Still Yummy!

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