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A Tangy-Sweet Goat Cheese Frosting for All Your Favorite Bakes

We’ve teamed up with Vermont Creamery to share a customizable formula for fluffy, tangy-sweet frosting using their lineup of award-winning Goat Cheese Log flavors. When mixed with powdered sugar and a pinch of salt, these smooth, fresh-tasting goat che…

We've teamed up with Vermont Creamery to share a customizable formula for fluffy, tangy-sweet frosting using their lineup of award-winning Goat Cheese Log flavors. When mixed with powdered sugar and a pinch of salt, these smooth, fresh-tasting goat cheeses become your dessert’s ultimate plus-one—perfect for frosting cakes of all kinds.


By now it’s no secret that goat cheese is so much more than just a charcuterie board staple; it works wonders in savory dishes and even baked goods, like these salty-sweet snacking cookies and this flaky pastry for berry galettes. But I’ll admit that goat cheese frosting, an idea I first came across in Emma Laperruque’s Big Little Recipes cookbook, took me by surprise—when I tried it myself, I realized I had definitely been missing out. Goat cheese frosting’s tangy, distinct flavor adds a pizzaz and oomph that buttercream and cream cheese frosting lack. Plus, its smooth, creamy texture is perfect for spreading on cake.

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A Simple Wild Blueberry Sauce to Take Your Summer Dishes Over the Top

Our friends at Wyman’s know a thing or two about fruit—they’ve been growing flavorful, antioxidant-rich wild blueberries in Maine and Canada for over 100 years. Today, they produce a variety of deliciously fruity products, from fresh-frozen Wild Blue…


Our friends at Wyman’s know a thing or two about fruit—they’ve been growing flavorful, antioxidant-rich wild blueberries in Maine and Canada for over 100 years. Today, they produce a variety of deliciously fruity products, from fresh-frozen Wild Blueberries and frozen berry blends perfect for smoothies to snack-able Just Fruit Cups made with simple, real ingredients.


I always keep a few bags of frozen berries tucked away in the freezer—especially in the heat of summer—as a convenient hack for whenever I want a little something to sprinkle on yogurt, blitz into a smoothie, or bake in a muffin on the fly. My favorite pick from the frozen produce aisle: Wyman’s Wild Blueberries, which are vibrantly hued, bursting with flavor, and super fresh thanks to their flash-freezing process. Though I’d happily snack on the frozen wild blues straight from the (resealable) bag, my latest obsession has been transforming them into the ultimate summer sauce to spoon on, well, basically everything.

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