Fig, Goats Cheese & Rosemary Tartines

Got a breakfast date coming up and you want to wow your guests? Boy, have I got the recipe for you! This one is so easy to make but trust me when I say it’ll get an amazing response. Plus, the best bit? It’s actually kinda healthy. It’s honestly the best recipe for a breakfast that will get jaws dropping and mouth watering. Time to get tartine making… Scroll all the way down to the recipe if you’d like!

{Who doesn’t love chèvre?! It is most probably one of my favourite cheeses! I love the fact that it tastes amazing on it’s own, as part of a cheese board, but can also be incorporated into so many recipes as well! It truly is such a versatile cheese.}

I first made it a little while ago for a family breakfast at our new place for four of us and it was super simple and easy to put together in a hot minute while the coffee’s brewing!

Make it at your next breakfast get-together and don’t spend the whole time in the kitchen – instead, spend it with your guests and your delicious fig, goats cheese and rosemary tartines – the perfect breakfast!

{^^ Pass the honey, sugar!}

French Lesson – What Are Tartines?

Tartine is quite simply a fancy word for an open faced sandwich! You can have one slice or two, depending on how hungry your guests are – I’ve used two for each serve as we often buy sourdough toast in Sydney in a smaller loaf.

Fig, Goats Cheese & Rosemary Tartines
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
15 mins
Total Time
20 mins
 

The perfect gourmet breakfast to wow your guests - plus it's so easy, quick and simple! 

Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: French
Servings: 4 serves
Author: Lucie O'Connor
Ingredients
  • 8 figs
  • 150g goats cheese or chèvre
  • 8 slices sourdough bread
  • 1 large sprig rosemary
  • good drizzle honey
Instructions
  1. Pop the sourdough bread in the toaster

  2. Slice the figs - thin slices are better than thick 

  3. Once the toast is ready, spread the goats cheese over then fan the fig slices out across the toast

  4. Finish with a dusting of rosemary and a drizzle of honey

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