By Desree42 on November 25, 2004
Photo by Marg (CaymanDesigns)
Photo by Marg (CaymanDesigns)
"I *love* these. With a nice rich white wine... these are delicious, and easy breezy to make! This is another recipe that I make from the school of 'some'; there's really not amount to how much to use, just a 'bit' of everything. This recipe is great because your oven temp is not very important. Making a pie while making these? just stick it in the oven! All you need is for the cheese to melt and the bread, cheese, and honey to warm through."
Serving Size: 1 (56 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 10
"Interesting. I really enjoyed this with a few glasses of Tree-Free Chardonnay. It paired well. I softened my blue cheese and spread it because I had very thinly sliced baguette on hand and I didn't want there to be too much cheese. It was very delicious. Thanks for sharing!"
"so simple, so good. I didn't even toast it, just spread the honey and the cheese on sesame wheat crackers - so I didn't really need a recipe, more an affirmation that the idea wasn't totally crazy when it struck me to combine honey with blue cheese. thanks for the affirmation anyway :)"
"This was excellent. I served it for a Thanksgiving appetizer and received many compliments. Thanks for summiting this recipe, Desree42."
"I'm not a fan of blue cheese, but made these for a party and the guests (and me too) loved them. The tangy taste of the cheese and the sweetness of the honey make for a brilliant combination. And they're so easy to make! Love this recipe. Thank you!"
"Edible, but too strong of flavor. Better direction in spreading out a VERY thin layer of blue cheese and very little honey on each slice would be good. You should definitely bake it on 350 and it will take longer than 5 minutes. Garlic would be a good addition. And maybe some other herb, to detract from the strong blue cheese."
"I loved this. It was simple to make, delicious, and very decadent. Thank you Desree42!"
"This is a great recipe because it is so simple. I really liked it, but a couple guests were lukewarm. I might make again as a snack. Thanks!"
"For me these were ok. I'm new to blue cheese so after tasting the cheese I was ewww. After the honey and toasting it was a bit milder, but still strong for me. I agree with Desree42, white wine is excellent with these."
"ABSOLUTELY AMAZING~If you like blue cheese you will love these. I used really good quality ingredients and it was worth the extra effort. These are so easy!"
"Yummmm!!! I love this! So easy. Thanks for a great recipe. I have already made it twice and I already know that I am making it for a dinner party in two weeks. Somehow, I have to get mine to look as beautiful as Bergy"s photo!"
"Very good indeed!!! I spread this on homemade multigrain bread. I mixed the cheese and honey together , and then spread the mixture on the bread. It turned out brown and bubbly and yummy. the only way this could possibly be better is maybe some walnuts added to this, but then again, if its not broke don't fix it!! thank you Desree42!!"
"Sorry, but not for me. I'm not rating this because I'm trying several different blue cheese recipes to see if it is me or the cheese. I thought the honey would make the difference, but no go. The idea is fab though!"
"One of my new favorites. My husband and I both love blue cheese so if you do, you'll love this. I like the ease in making it, takes no time at all."
"Really tasty, I used Vogels bread and Kikorangi cheese, served for a snack for myself and thoroughly enjoyed it!"
"I held off giving it 5 stars because after the first taste I thought " Yes it's OK but not super 5 star" Well then I ate my second bite and I was hooked. It is the type of flavor that sneaks up on you - Subtle and then lingering. I am not a sweet eater so I was concerned about the amount of honey and cut it back from i tbsp to apprx 1 tsp per slice.I used a baguette Thanks Desreed42 for a lovely appetizer Cheers Bergy PS it goes really well with a martini too"
"We love these and make these with soup and salad routinely! Thank you!!"
"What a quick, elegant snack or lunch! Pamper yourself in under 5 minutes...you can't beat that! The first time I tried these I didn't have white bread so I used pumpernickel. I will try them again with the chewy, crusty white bread soon. Thanks!"
"What a great little snack or appy. I used little slices of French Baguette for the base, and they toasted perfectly with crispy edges and chewy centers. The honey/bleu cheese combo is great. I threw these together for a quick lunch, but can see how they would pair beautifully with a glass of wine."
"I enjoyed this very much! it is very addicting indeed!"