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French Goat’s Cheese Mini-Log, Rosemary And Green

French Goat's Cheese Mini-Log, Rosemary And Green Olive Muffins

French Goat’s Cheese Mini-Log, Rosemary And Green Olive Muffins. Today I’m sharing this recipe post by By Sophie Wright, chef and Easy Cheesey Chèvre Ambassador.

French Goat’s Cheese Mini-Log, Rosemary And Green Olive Muffins:

These muffins make a great Saturday afternoon tea time treat, fantastic lunch box filler or picnic hamper favourite. They really are seriously easy to make.

Makes 12 muffins 

Prep time 20 minutesCooking time 20 minutes Oven temp 200oc
Approximate cost per muffin: 21 pence


75g mild ripe French goat’s cheese mini-log (rind removed)

275g plain flour

1 tbsp baking powder

2 large eggs

250mls milk

1 tsp salt

50g chopped pitted green olives

2 tsp chopped rosemary, plus a little extra for garnish

French Goat's Cheese Mini-Log, Rosemary And Green Olive Muffins

French Goat’s Cheese Mini-Log, Rosemary And Green Olive Muffins Method:

Pre-heat the oven to gas mark 6, 400°F (200°C) while you make the basic muffin mixture.

Sift the flour, baking powder and salt into a large bowl.

Beat one egg and whisk it together with the milk.

Fold the mix into the flour. 

Add the crumbled French goat’s cheese mini-log, chopped olives and chopped rosemary.

Arrange you muffin cases in a tray and spoon in the mixture to the top of each case.

Beat the other egg and gently brush the top of each muffin.

Garnish with a small sprig of rosemaryBake for about 20 minutes, or until well risen and golden.

Remove the muffins from the tins and leave to rest for a few minutes before eating!

French Goat’s Cheese Mini-Log, Rosemary And Green Olive Muffins:

Recipe and photo credit by-  French goats cheese

8 comments so far.

8 responses to “French Goat’s Cheese Mini-Log, Rosemary And Green”

  1. Ambreen says:

    Looks so yummy, lovely recipe. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Mathilda says:

    Ohhh, soooooooooo lecker!!Danke für das Rezept!!

  3. Marcus says:

    Love the blog. Always interesting posts and I learn something new every time I visit you. This looks really yummy. Have you guys heard about the campaign Taste Success? The aim is to encourage younger people to explore an education and/or a career in the Food and Drink industry. We want to show everyone that the sector involves so much more than chefs and restaurants like for example scientists, manufacturers and technologists. The campaign also features a range of videos, the most popular is the Chilli Baby. Please share and spread the word! 🙂

  4. Megan@MondayMorningMusings says:

    Love it. But does it *have* to be goat cheese?

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