Homemade Boursin Cheese is one of my favorite snacks ever! Boursin Cheese, with garlic and herbs, takes just a few minutes to prepare. You will have the most delicious cheese spread! Your family and friends are going to love this cheese dip!
You are going to not only love the taste of this Boursin Cheese Recipe but also how much money you save by making your own cheese dip!
It is no secret with my family, I am a cheese lover! Boursin Cheese is a personal favorite and so darn expensive. I also have to buy a few at a time because I eat Boursin like it is going out of style!
Years ago, I was playing around with ingredients and came up with this “copycat” version of the store bought Boursin Cheese! OH MY, you are going to love the recipe and how quick the cheese dip is to prepare!
We eat this Cheesy Garlic and Herb Recipe straight-up all the time! However, you must make Boursin mashed potatoes and I have a few other recipes in the New Year to share that adding this Boursin cheese make over the top delicious!
FAQs about delicious Boursin Cheese:
Ingredients You Will Need to Make Boursin Cheese:
Neuchatel cheese, my preferred cheese as it is low-fat, unsalted butter, herbs – preferably fresh herbs but I do use dried herbs depending on the time of the year and what is available. Herbs: parsley, dill, marjoram, basil, oregano. Minced garlic, salt, and black pepper.
Can Boursin Cheese Recipe be frozen and used later?
Yes. Especially during the Holidays or when I am making a bunch of recipes such as Father’s Day, Fourth of July, I make anything I can ahead of time. Boursin Cheese freezes really well I make it into square or a ball and par-freeze, then place the cheese in a freezer bag or use a food saver to preserve for a later date.
Can the cheese or herbs be adjusted or changed in this Cheese Spread Recipe?
Feel free to swap out herbs to your liking. I have added chervil, thyme, extra garlic. The recipe can be adjusted to your preferences. As for the cheese, I have used goat cheese in lieu of the cream cheese with success.
How long can Boursin Cheese be kept in the fridge?
Well covered, Homemade Boursin Cheese can be kept in the fridge about one week.
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How to Make Homemade Boursin Cheese:
- In a medium bowl add Neuchatel cheese, unsalted butter, garlic, herbs, salt, and pepper.
- Use a hand mixer to mix all ingredients.
- Check seasoning and re-season if needed.
- Store the Garlic Herb Cheese Spread in the fridge well covered until ready to use.
- Serve with crackers, veggies, or chips.
- Boursin Cheese is also great as an add-in for chicken, potatoes, sandwich wraps, etc!
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Homemade Boursin Cheese Recipe
A delicious homemade version of Boursin Cheese that blows away any store made version! Affordable and delicious! Make a double batch because it's so good and everyone will love it!
- 8 ounces whipped cream cheese
- 2 ounces unsalted butter
- 2 cloves minced garlic
- 1 teaspoon Himalayan Salt note 1
- 1 teaspoon black pepper
- 1 teaspoon dried parsley Note 2
- 1 teaspoon dried oregano
- 1 teaspoon dried basil
- 1/2 teaspoon dried dill
- 1/2 teaspoon marjoram
In a large bowl add cream cheese, butter, garlic, salt, pepper, and herbs.
Mix with a hand blender until well blended. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
Note 1: Himalayan Salt is my first choice, feel free to use Kosher salt.
Note 1: For all dried herbs, use fresh herbs when available.