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Very Berrylicious Grilled Blue Cheese


Here’s a simple recipe for a slightly decadent but very delicious brunch. Mama is massive fan of sweet and savoury dishes, and this is the closest she’s going to get to the pre-veggie days of blueberry pancakes with streaky bacon. Mmmm. Anyway, our Very Berryicious Grilled Blue Cheese is yummy and seriously easy – let me know what you think!


  • Two pieces of fruit bread or fruit loaf. We used the rye bread with cranberries from the Polish Bakery, which has a fab tangy kick.
  • A handful of strawberries and raspberries
  • 5 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
  • A dollop of honey
  • Blue cheese, preferably one that is more creamy than crumbly, something like Saint Agur.
  1. Grill the fruit bread/fruit loaf till it is nice and crispy.
  2. In the meantime, chop up the berries and set aside. Add the honey to the balsamic vinegar and mix well.
  3. Spread a thick layer of blue cheese onto the bread. Be generous!
  4. Pop the bread back under the grill for 30 seconds / 1 minute, until the cheese just starts to melt.
  5. Sprinkle the berries over the cheese, and then drizzle with the balsamic dressing.
  6. Devour as soon as possible!

The lovely folk at the Polish Bakery knew I’m a carb lover so they sent me some bread to try out. Recipe is all my own. Kids these days, eh?


Two Tiny Hands

6 thoughts on “Very Berrylicious Grilled Blue Cheese

  1. Oh my goodness I have never had anything like this but it sounds amazing. Hmm Christmas Day starter perhaps? Either way I certainly have to try it. Have a wonderful Christmas and thanks for joining us at #familyfun x


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