Mini Almond Thin Dessert Sandwiches with Chocolate Chevre Cheese and Balsamic Strawberries

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Mini Almond Thin Dessert Sandwiches with Chocolate Chevre Cheese  and Balsamic Strawberries

Are you looking for a decadent Valentine dessert that requires no baking?  After sampling a piece of SouthCoast Farms’ Creamy Chocolate Chevre  Cheese at The Cave  on Main Street here in Gloucester, my mind exploded with recipe ideas!  This recipe was specially concocted for Valentines Day!  More recipes containing this amazing cheese will be posted in the future.  For details about this recipe …Click see more for details

Mini Almond Thin Dessert Sandwiches with Chocolate Chevre Cheese  and Balsamic Strawberries

Ingredients

1 5 oz. SouthCoast Farms Chocolate Chevre Cheese; cut into 3/4 inch thick rounds (Chocolate Chevre Cheese is sold at The Cave on Main Street, Gloucester)

1 cup fresh diced strawberries

1/4 cup vanilla infused granulated sugar ( regular granulated sugar can’t be substituted)

3 tablespoons white balsamic vinegar

1 cup fudge sauce; warmed (I used Fudge Everything, fudge sauce, also sold at The Cave on Main Street)

1 box Anna’s Almond Thins by Biscoff (cookies are sold at Stop & Shop)

1 bottle sweetened  whipped cream

Confectioners sugar for garnish

Step-by-Step

1  warm vinegar in microwave 30 seconds at full power; add sugar; stir to dissolve; and diced strawberries; mix well; marinate 15 minutes at room temperature; strain liquid from strawberries in colander

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2  drizzle a decorative pattern onto each serving plate using warmed fudge sauce; arrange one almond thin on top of fudge sauce

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3 arrange one cheese round on Almond Thin Cookie; spoon 1/4 cup strawberries over cheese; drizzled with fudge sauce, and a dollop of whipped cream

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4 arrange Almond Thin Cookie on top and sprinkle light dusting of confectioners sugar; serve immediately

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