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Making cheese at home is an ancient art that gets lost in our fast-paced lives and diluted in a commercial dairy industry. We have cheese recipes for home cooks at any level that aim to help you take back some of the fun and satisfaction of homemade cheese!
Start with soft cheeses like Cream Cheese, Mozzarella, and Fromage Blanc, then graduate to hard cheeses like Cheddar, Swiss, and Parmesan. Soon you'll be pressing and aging cheeses as if your family has been doing it for generations!
Explore our homemade cheese recipes below, and remember: you can do this!
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A great way to use up extra cottage cheese.
These goat cheese sandwiches are simply delectable, bursting with the full, ripe flavor of tomatoes, the tang of goat cheese, and the aroma of fresh basil, all surrounded by the unbeatable taste of grilled sourdough!
This 30-minute mozzarella recipe is a great place to start for beginning cheese makers! You can get all the ingredients you need to make this delicious cheese (minus the milk) in our Mozzarella and Ricotta Cheese Kit!
Goat cheese adds a tasty tang to almost any dish. This elegant appetizer is no exception!
Fresh raspberries make this no-bake gluten-free cheesecake recipe an essential for your summer dessert list.
How many of us have kids who just LOVE string cheese? Did you know you can make it yourself with an ordinary mozzarella recipe?
Use fresh homemade Queso Blanco to make this Southwestern-style lasagna for your family.
Creamy fromage blanc and aromatic basil make a wonderful combination in this great dip!
Slightly reminiscent of the traditional Indian dish, Mutter Paneer, this salad uses both homemade yogurt and Paneer to boost the nutrient content and make it good as a side dish or a vegetarian entrée.
In Italian these are called Gnocchi Verde. You can just call them delicious!
Similar to cheddar, this cheese can be eaten young, or aged for a more pronounced flavor.
This one-pan meal makes a filling breakfast or brunch, or any meal!