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Goat Cheese Pesto Sun-Dried Tomato Spread (Make Ahead)

This tasty, flavorful spread is quick and easy to make but it looks very elaborate and pretty. It is a great appetizer for a crowd. I love that you make it a day (or two) ahead of time, so there is one less thing to worry about the day of the party. The green, red and white colors look especially festive on a holiday buffet. You can also make a half batch in a mini-loaf pan for a small group.

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directions

  • Line an 8 x 4 loaf pan with plastic wrap.
  • Process the first five ingredients in a food processor until smooth.
  • Spread one-third of the cheese mixture in the lined pan.
  • Top with the pesto.
  • Spread one-third of the cheese mixture over pesto.
  • Spread the chopped, drained sun dried tomatoes next.
  • Top with the remaining cheese mixture.
  • Cover with plastic wrap. Refrigerate for at least 8 hours (or up to 2 days).
  • Invert spread onto serving plate. Garnish, if desired, with tomato slivers and/or herb leaves.
  • Serve with french bread slices (or crackers).
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"This tasty, flavorful spread is quick and easy to make but it looks very elaborate and pretty. It is a great appetizer for a crowd. I love that you make it a day (or two) ahead of time, so there is one less thing to worry about the day of the party. The green, red and white colors look especially festive on a holiday buffet. You can also make a half batch in a mini-loaf pan for a small group."
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  1. StephanieZ
    This tasty, flavorful spread is quick and easy to make but it looks very elaborate and pretty. It is a great appetizer for a crowd. I love that you make it a day (or two) ahead of time, so there is one less thing to worry about the day of the party. The green, red and white colors look especially festive on a holiday buffet. You can also make a half batch in a mini-loaf pan for a small group.
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