Strawberry Goat Cheese

You’ll love this quick and easy whipped strawberry goat cheese recipe! A light and fluffy mixture of goat cheese, cream cheese, honey and fresh strawberries. This sweet and tangy combination results in a delicious flavor profile perfect to serve with fruit, crackers or spiced cookies.

Strawberry Goat Cheese in decorative blue and white bowl.

If you like creamy goat cheese, you’ll love this easy recipe! I recommend using fresh strawberries if possible, but you can use frozen strawberries as well.

This strawberry goat cheese is healthier than store-bought versions because there’s no additives, preservatives or stabilizers added. All-natural ingredients! 

Simple ingredients are the key to this fresh dip. You’ll need a food processor and a hand-mixer or stand-mixer with a whip whisk.

  • Fresh strawberries – you’ll need about 8 – 10 large sweet strawberries to equal 1 cup of diced strawberries 
  • Honey – a few tablespoons of your favorite local honey
  • Goat cheese– you’ll find plain goat cheese logs in the delicatessan area of your grocery store
  • Cream cheese– grab a block or two

This only takes a few minutes to make! 

  • Set the cheeses out at room temperature first
  • Rinse and pat strawberries dry with a paper towel; remove stem and core; dice into small pieces
  • Place diced strawberries and honey in a food processor and pulse until smooth (you will have to scrape down the sides of the processor to thoroughly pulse the berries)
  • Transfer strawberry puree to a medium size mixing bowl
  • Add room temperature goat cheese and cream cheese
  • Use the whisk attachment of a hand mixer or stand mixer and whip until the cheeses and strawberry puree have combined to a smooth consistency
  • Scoop the strawberry goat cheese into a decorative serving bowl
  • Cover and refrigerate until you’re ready to serve the whipped dip
  • Garnish with crumbled goat cheese and a fresh strawberry
  • Serve with a spiced cookie like Lotus Biscoff cookies, Archway Windmill cookies, water crackers or as a spread for bagels.
  • Buy a good-quality goat cheese: not all goat cheeses taste the same; I recommend Murray’s Vermont Goat Cheese
  • Pulse the strawberries until they’re liquid; you may have to scrape down the sides of the food processor in order to get the berries to a thin consistency

This strawberry goat cheese spread is perfect for showers or luncheons! It is best when served with a spiced cookie, like Lotus Biscoff cookies, or Archway Windmill cookies.

Pairs well as a dip for sliced cantaloupe or honeydew melons

For best results, store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 7 days.

Strawberry Goat Cheese dip in decorative blue and white bowl.
Strawberry Goat Cheese dip in decorative blue and white bowl.

Strawberry Goat Cheese

Whipped goat cheese with fresh strawberries, cream cheese and honey!
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Course: Dip
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Mixing time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 7 minutes
Yield: 2 cups
Author: Anecia Hero


  • Food Processor
  • Hand mixer or stand mixer with whisk attachment


  • 1 cup diced strawberries about 8 – 10 large strawberries
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 8 ounces goat cheese (creamy, not crumbled)
  • 4 ounces cream cheese
  • crumbled goat cheese (optional); a garnish


  • Bring the goat cheese and cream cheese to room temperature
    8 ounces goat cheese (creamy, not crumbled), 4 ounces cream cheese
  • Rinse and pat dry the strawberries; remove stems and core; dice into small pieces
    1 cup diced strawberries
  • Put diced strawberries and honey into food processor; pulse a minute or two, scrape down the sides and pulse again another minute or two until the strawberries are almost liquid; transfer to mixing bowl or stand mixer
    1 cup diced strawberries, 1 tablespoon honey
  • Add room temperature cheeses to mixing bowl; use the whisk attachment and whip until the mixture is smooth; refrigerate and cover until time to serve
  • Garnish with crumbled goat cheese and strawberry; Serve with Biscoff spiced cookies, water crackers, bagels or fruit
    crumbled goat cheese (optional); a garnish


This yields about 2 cups
I think this sweet and tangy combination tastes best with a spiced cookie. I like Biscoff cookies which are usually in the gourmet deli section, or you can serve this with Archway Windmill cookies. 
If you want it sweeter, add a little more honey, but not too much or the mixture will get too runny.

Nutrition Estimate

Serving: 2cupsCalories: 553kcalCarbohydrates: 17gProtein: 25gFat: 44gSaturated Fat: 28gPolyunsaturated Fat: 2gMonounsaturated Fat: 11gCholesterol: 109mgSodium: 596mgPotassium: 220mgFiber: 1gSugar: 15gVitamin A: 1.942IUVitamin C: 42mgCalcium: 226mgIron: 3mg
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