Combine a few simple ingredients together in a food processor to create this flavor packed Super Green Whipped Goat Cheese. Use it as a dip for fresh vegetables or spread it on your favorite sandwich and more!
Even before I was pregnant I ate a lot of leafy greens. My husband jokes that we should name our child “Kale” based on how much kale I eat. A few months into my pregnancy, I started giving myself a weekly challenge to purchase as many leafy greens as I can store in my fridge and find creative ways to work them into as many meals as possible. After all, leafy greens are packed with fiber, folate and many other vitamins and minerals. Eating greens makes me feel better and I want to eat well and feel great during pregnancy. I’ll be honest, my current diet mostly consists of leafy greens, cheese and strawberries. In this recipe I combined leafy greens and cheese into one flavorful snack, dip or spread. Super Green Whipped Goat Cheese is prepared in less than ten minutes and can be enjoyed with any meal.
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For this recipe, I used organicgirl SUPER SPINACH blend but you could use any of your favorite organicgirl blends. SUPERGREENS, i heart baby kale and baby spinach all work really well in this recipe too. Add all of the ingredients to a food processor, whip until well blended and enjoy! Don’t be ashamed if you instantly start eating the whipped goat cheese right out of the food processor bowl. I do.
Use the whipped goat cheese as a dip for fresh vegetables, spread it on your favorite sandwich or even use it as a filling in a fresh omelet. Grab your favorite organicgirl salad blend and create a meal that is packed with green goodness!
What is your favorite way to add greens to your diet?
Combine goat cheese, cream cheese, greens and garlic in a food processor. Whip for 1 to 2 minutes until smooth. Taste and season with salt and pepper as desired. Serve immediately with pita chips and fresh vegetables or store in an airtight container for up to 4 days.
*Use any of your favorite organicgirl blends in this recipe.
**You can use one clove of garlic instead of two if you prefer less garlic flavor.