What To Do With Homemade Ricotta Cheese

I’ve been on a huge ricotta cheese kick lately. I’ve been making a big batch about every other week (super easy) and eating it with everything. I mean EVERYTHING! Besides the lemon, ricotta, blueberry pancakes and the ricotta apricot cake  I posted about recently, I’ve been eating it spread on cucumber slices, mixed in with my mashed potatoes, and even on my sandwiches.

My favorite way to eat ricotta though, is spread on a piece of toast and topped with whatever I’m craving at that moment. Here’s some of my favorite recent combinations. 

what-to-do-with-fresh-ricotta-cheese-text Awesome right? Any other ricotta fans out there or am I just nuts? Leave a comment telling me how you eat your ricotta!



    • says

      I just do straight ricotta. Especially with the super juicy strawberries that are available right now. That’s all I need! Honey would taste great though I’m sure!

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