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Gorgonzola Cheese Spread

This Chive Gorgonzola Cheese Spread is an easy-to-make appetizer that everyone loves.

Necessity is the mother of invention.


Several weeks ago, our neighbors stopped by for cocktails before we all went to dinner. It struck me mid-afternoon that I didn’t have anything to nibble while we sipped. Before I jumped in the car to head to the store, I decided to shop my fridge first, and BINGO!

A tub of whipped cream cheese in the refrigerator was purchased for bagels several weeks prior. I had a partial log of goat cheese and two partial containers of gorgonzola crumbles in the freezer. I was hoping for a larger variety of cheeses, as well as some harder cheeses so that I could whip up some Fromage Fort, but alas!

And actually, my dearth of cheeses was quite fortuitous. While I love Fromage Fort, I was forced to figure out something to do with what I had, and thus, this Chive Gorgonzola Cheese Spread was born.

Earthy gorgonzola and tangy goat cheese combine with mild, onion-y chives for this delicious spread.

Chive Gorgonzola Cheese Spread in a jar with crackers.

After we enjoyed it so much with our neighbors and then polished off the rest during the week, I made it again to take with us for our Family Gathering last week. And suffice it to say, it was QUICKLY devoured!

And not for nothing, it’s a great way to use up some of those chives from your garden!

Snipped Chives in a small bowl with a pair of scissors.
Chive Gorgonzola Cheese Spread in a jar with crackers.

Gorgonzola Cheese Spread

This Chive Gorgonzola Cheese Spread is an easy-to-make appetizer that everyone loves!
5 from 3 votes
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Appetizer, Appetizer Recipes
Cuisine American
Servings 16 ounces
Calories 46 kcal


  • 8 ounces cream cheese
  • 5 ounces goat cheese
  • 3 ounces gorgonzola cheese crumbled or brick
  • 2 tablespoons chopped chives


  • Combine the three cheeses in a food processor and blend until smooth.
  • Add the chives and pulse a few times, just to mix them in You don't want to over-process the chives.


Serving: 1gCalories: 46kcalProtein: 2gFat: 4gSaturated Fat: 3gPolyunsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 11mgSodium: 73mg
Keyword appetizer, chives, cream cheese, goat cheese, gorgonzola, recipe, spread
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I think it is fair to say that you can’t have too many appetizer recipes in your back pocket. Especially ones you can pull out and whip up quickly. Here are some of our favorite appetizer recipes.

A Variety of Appetizer Recipes

The ones in blue are very quick and easy to make:

  • This previously mentioned Fromage Fort is my favorite way to use up those bits and bobs of cheese, hard and soft.
  • Mango Habanero Salsa is easy to make using frozen mango and the heat can be adjusted to suit your tastebuds.
  • Dump some olives and large caperberries on a baking sheet, sprinkle some garlic, herbs, and oil and BAM…you have a Roasted Olives Appetizer worthy of any gathering.
  • While hummus takes a little longer preparation time, you can make a BIG BATCH and freeze it! It defrosts perfectly.
  • It doesn’t get much easier than Toasted Rosemary Walnuts.
  • This Jalapeño Cheese Spread is barely more time intensive than these others, but only because you need to grate cheese and chop jalapeños.

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Overhead Shot of Chive Gorgonzola Cheese Spread with chives and scissors.
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