August is National Goat Cheese Month and we can't think of a better thing to celebrate. Goat cheese has really stolen the scene these days, going from weird and exotic to an ingredient that everyone wants on their plates. We've turned it into a fun version of a lollipop, coating it in pecans. Perfect for tossing on crackers or eating off the stick!
2 ounces goat cheese
2 Tbsp. finely chopped pecans
2 lollipop sticks
Take the goat cheese and roll it into a ball. Stick the lollipop stick into the ball. Roll the ball in pecans to coat. Keep refrigerated until ready to serve.
*Note, this recipe is incredibly easy to double or triple. But only prepare as much as you will need.
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