Trader Joe’s Goat Cheese, Fresh Chevre

This Trader Joe’s goat cheese is tangy, creamy and a perfect cheese for putting on a baguette, crackers or a fancy burger. There are a few different varieties of goat cheese at TJs, including chevre with honey and blueberry. I like this plain one because the tangy smooth flavor of the cheese really comes through, and it goes with pretty much anything that pairs well with cheese. If you’re having people over this is the perfect cheese to set out with fruit and crackers. It’s almost always one of the first things eaten. And for a price of under $3 this is a pretty inexpensive way to enjoy a fancy sounding and tasting goat cheese! Just make sure you have a good fresh baguette ready to put this goat cheese on for when the craving strikes………….

  • 80 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 5 oz
  • Fresh chevre goat cheese

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Fresh Goat Cheese at Trader Joe’s

The Trader Joe’s cheese aisle is something to behold with it’s super low prices and great variety. It’s sometimes hard to decide which of the dozen cheeses to go with at any given time, but of course the unexpected cheddar and the brie are two of my favorites. I also like the burrata for when I want something super rich. What is everyone’s favorite recipe or way to eat this Trader Joe’s goat cheese? And if anyone has a go to cheese that sort of flies under the radar in terms of popularity, I’d love to hear about it! I think partially thanks to TJs there’s pretty much now a legit cheese aisle in every supermarket chain in the country, and I couldn’t be happier about it!…..

Price: $2.99

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One thought on “Trader Joe’s Goat Cheese, Fresh Chevre

  1. Thank you for your contributions. I am lactose intolerant and curious what the “contains milk” really means which is listed in bold underneath the ingredients.

    Is there any cow product in this food?

    Our belief through lived experience is that it does.

    I look forward to hearing from you. And again thank you.

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