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Goat Cheesecake Recipe

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Weddings can certainly be a bit cheesy — and if you and your fiancé are mad about the good stuff than you’ll love all the ways you can incorporate cheese into your wedding day. From bar snacks to appetizers and mains and even dessert, there’s no limit to the number of ways you can celebrate cheese at the same time as celebrating you. Just try one of these delicious, ooey-gooey cheese recipes below.

Goat Cheesecake with Figs, Pecans, and Honey (Above)
If you and your fiancé always opt for the cheese plate over standard dessert fare, then buck tradition and serve up a creamy goat cheesecake instead of a traditional tiered wedding cake. Top this one with figs, pecans, and honey to really sweeten the deal. Get the recipe here.

Pepper Jack Crackers Recipe

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Pepper Jack Crackers
Skip lining the bar with traditional snacks like peanuts and opt for these savory, slightly spicy crackers instead. Made with flavorful pepper jack, they also make a good alternative to a bread basket. Get the recipe here.

Cheesy Pigs in a Blanket Recipe

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Cheesy Pigs in a Blanket
This appetizer combines two favorites in one: Mini hot dogs and cheese. Instead of the tradition pig-in-a-blanket, surprise your guests with this version, stuffed with cheddar cheese. Get the recipe here.

Garlic Basil Parmesan Crisps

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Garlic Basil Parmesan Crisps
After your first kiss as a married couple, we won’t be surprised if you end up hiding in a corner snacking on these deliciously herby treats. The crunch parmesan crisps are a crowd favorite, and totally addicting. Get the recipe here.

Cheese and Cherry Pop Tarts Recipe

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Puff Pastry Pop Tarts with Goat Cheese and Cherry Peach Chutney
Yes, savory pop tarts are a thing, and you’re going to love serving these easy-to-handle appetizers at your wedding. Especially when you try the sweet and tangy goodness that is goat cheese, cherries, and peaches in one bite. Get the recipe here.

Cheesy Potato Pancakes Recipe

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Cheesy Potato Pancakes
Make these full-sized for a first course or side dish, or serve them up in bite-sized portions during cocktail hour. Either way, these gooey, savory, and cheddar-y pancakes will delight your guests! Get the recipe here.

Cheese Stuffed Pretzels Recipe

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Mozzarella-Stuffed Rosemary Parmesan Soft Pretzels
Move over bread basket, there’s a new dough in town, and it’s in the form of these herbaceous, cheese-stuffed pretzels. After your guests are through with these twists, they may not have room for the main course! Get the recipe here.

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Creamy Caprese Pasta Recipe

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Creamy Caprese Pasta
Everyone will be choosing the vegetarian option when they find out this is on the wedding reception menu! This creamy pasta is packed with rich tomato flavor, herby basil and mint, and of course, tons of mozzarella cheese. Get the recipe here.

Tomato and Grilled Cheese Soup

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Tomato and Grilled Cheese Soup
Instead of the standard tomato soup shooter and grilled cheese wedge, why not consider serving the duo as your main course? Especially if you’re throwing a fall or winter wedding. This soup is extra-filling given its crispy crouton and cheese topping. Get the recipe here.

Blueberry Grilled Cheese Recipe

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Balsamic Blueberry Grilled Cheese
This sandwich is a jack of all trades: A tasty appetizer, a delicious main course, or a sweet and savory dessert! Stuffed with a jammy mixture of tart blueberries, brown sugar and vinegar, this sweet sandwich gets its balance from arugula and creamy Havarti or White Cheddar. Get the recipe here.

Grilled Peach and Burrata Recipe

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Grilled Peach and Burrata Drizzled with Honey Balsamic Vinegar
Forget peaches and cream, this dessert (which can also make for a light appetizer) will have everyone’s mouths watering. And if you’re worried bread is too filling for dessert, skip it! The peach and cheese dessert is just as good without it. Get the recipe here.

Lemon Cheesecake Doughnuts

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Lemon Cheesecake Doughnuts
No offense to you and your new spouse, but these doughnuts might just be the most memorable thing about your wedding. That’s because they’re stuffed with a delicious lemon-infused cheesecake, making them the ultimate rich, tangy, creamy, and fluffy dessert. Get the recipe here.

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