We all know that there are plenty of ways to save money at Costco, especially if you love buying in bulk and stocking up on your essentials in one shopping trip. Still, there are plenty of under-appreciated Costco items that we wish we knew about sooner. While it may come as a surprise to even some particularly savy Costco shoppers, one of the most underrated parts of the wholesale store is its cheese aisle. Montchevre goat cheese isn't new to the Costco cheese aisle. What is new, however, is the addition of the popular cheese brand's Bruschetta Goat Cheese. Costco Finds on Instagram shared the news of the product with their followers in partnership with Montchevre, noting that is available in the southeast.
This cheese is covered in tomato, garlic, and spices, which makes for one tasty and very versatile cheese. Not only can you get it for less at Costco, but you can serve it with some other Costco treats to create amazing appetizers for entertaining, a tasty salad topping, or the perfect pairing with a pickle and some Skinny Pop for the girl dinner of your dreams.
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Montchevre Bruschetta Goat Cheese Is As Versatile As It Is Delicious
If bruschetta and goat cheese are vital parts of some of your favorite hors d'oeuvres, it's about time you plan your next Costco trip. Montchevre Bruschetta Goat Cheese is creamy and packed with plenty of flavor, so it's a perfect way to spice up your appetizers and sandwiches, or even just enjoy alongside your favorite Sauvignon Blanc. Swapping out your usual soft cheese of choice for this flavorful goat cheese will put a welcome twist and a bit of extra punch into your snack.
This goat cheese is perfect for pairing with things you'd normally enjoy with bruschetta, like fresh crostini, a warm baguette, or some balsamic vinaigrette. Try the Bruschetta Goat Cheese slathered on crackers or as a spread on your favorite sandwich. You can even try crumbling some on top of a salad or pasta or enjoying it with your crudité. And, if you're a fan of girl dinner, why not whip out some Bruschetta Goat Cheese the next time you're putting together a deliciously incongruous plate of goodies?
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