Marinated Goat Cheese Appetizer

Recipe from Guest Chef Jorden Kedem.

marinated goat cheese in a jar with spices and Pantry evoo
Looking for an easy no-cook appetizer that you can make in 10 minutes? This marinated goat cheese can be prepped in advance, allowing you to just grab the jar and go on the BBQ day!

We've chosen goat cheese for this recipe since it is lower in lactose than other cheese, and it is often easier for many people to digest.

You'll notice right away, there is a lot of olive oil in this recipe... The amount of olive oil used in this recipe will vary based on the size of the jar/ingredients you choose, so we recommend dosing the recipe with 2-3 tablespoons of Pantry evoo (12-18 mg THC). By mixing the Pantry EVOO with another high-quality evoo of your choice, you can microdose each serving while still using enough evoo to properly spread the flavors throughout the jar. Once mixed, you shouldn't have to worry about the oils separating, but you can always give the jar one last shake to mix it right before serving.

Goat cheese and olives on a cutting board

Serving Size: 1/4th container
Dose per serving: 3mg THC, if consuming the oil in addition to the cheese


1 goat cheese log, sliced.
1 bay leaf
1 tsp rainbow peppercorns
1 tsp red chile flakes
1 smashed garlic clove
1 sprig fresh rosemary
1 tbsp chopped parsley
2 tbsp Pantry infused evoo
1/2 c non-infused evoo


Kitchen wire or dental floss
Mason jar


  1. To cut the goat cheese into slices, use either kitchen wire, dental floss (unwaxed/unscented) or a cheese knife. You may try this with a regular knife but it WILL crumble-- use the wire if you can!
    You may also choose to slice the goat cheese into 1/2 inch squares if that is more appealing to you. Just remember, the more surface area exposed, the more flavor that will get infused into the cheese.
  2. Chop parsley and smash garlic
  3. Combine all ingredients into a jar
  4. Let marinate 1-2 days
  5. Enjoy as an appetizer or add atop a salad!

Pantry Bread Basket with Olives Marinating in Jar

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