Since we left Paris a couple weeks ago, I’ve been craving for cheese. I didn’t eat a lot of cheese back in France, but now that I don’t have access to the same quality and diversity of cheese anymore, I suddenly want some. I’m particularly obsessed with camembert. Creamy and melting camembert. Humm I’m hungry now.
There is a “gourmet” cheese section in my local grocery store, but I don’t really want to try some because I know I’ll be disappointed. Not to mention it’s kind of pricey. So to satisfy my cheese craving, I decided to go for blue cheese. I love blue cheese. Don’t you think it’s delicious? Pair it with ripe, sweet pears and belgian endive, and you have yourself a perfect Fall appetizer! Those pear and blue cheese endive boats may sounds strange and unusual but trust me, it’s a winning combination. Plus I found those boats super cute. Isn’t it a sufficient reason to give it a try?
PS: Pardon me if you see any spelling mistakes. I tried to do my best but it’s late, my brain isn’t working properly and my sweet proofreader aka Solal is sleeping. I’ll double check tomorrow.
Cal: 81 - Protein: 4.6g - Fat: 4.9g - Carbs: 5.2g - Fiber: 3g - Sugar: 1.5g - WW Old Points:1 pts - Points+: 2 pts
- 3.5 oz blue cheese, crumbled
- 1/2 cup ripe fresh pear, peeled and cubed
- 1 large head belgian endive
- freshly cracked black pepper
- In a bowl, combine blue cheese and pear.
- Cut the bottom of endive and remove the leaves one by one, paying attention no to break them.
- Distribute blue cheese and pear mixture on endive leaves.
- Sprinkle with freshly cracked black pepper. Done!
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