This goat cheese, prosciutto & fig flatbread is honestly divine! An easy dinner, appetizer, whatever you want it to be. We recently went a winery and had a similar dish and I knew I had to make it at home. This flatbread includes so many of my favorite flavors: goat cheese, prosciutto, figs, arugula, balsamic. It’s warm, comforting and feels fancy even though it’s simple. It really is true sometimes the simplest flavors combined can make the best dishes. Try it and let me know what you think!
What you need to make goat cheese, prosciutto & fig flatbread + substitutions:
- Flatbread- I just bought a pre-made flatbread from Trader Joe’s to make it so quick and easy. You could also make your own if you prefer! You can also use naan or pizza dough.
- Goat cheese- Using a spreadable goat cheese is easiest here. If you buy the goat cheese block, bring it to room temperature to make it easier to spread. I bought this one from Trader Joe’s and it worked really well!
- Dried figs- I have a thing for dried figs. I’ve always loved them even growing up, because my mom always had dried fruits in the house. You can fresh figs when they’re in season too, but I personally love the sweetness from the dried.
- Prosciutto- Thin, salty ribbons of prosciutto totally pull this flatbread all together.
- Arugula- I love adding arugula on top of this! It pairs so well with all the other flavors happening here.
- Balsamic Glaze- Balsamic glaze is one of those things you can drizzle on a dish and make anything look fancy. It’s tasty, pretty, and gives just a little bit of tang to the recipe.
- Flakey sea salt- Trust me on this addition. It really elevates all the flavors! You can sprinkle with regular sea salt but flakey is my favorite by far.
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Goat Cheese, Prosciutto & Fig Flatbread
- 1 flatbread I got mine from Trader Joe's
- 3-4 oz goat cheese room temperature
- ⅓-½ cup dried figs chopped into pieces
- 4-5 slices prosciutto
- 1 cup arugula
- drizzle of balsamic glaze
- sprinkle of flakey sea salt
- Preheat your oven to 400F degrees.
- Start by topping your flatbread with goat cheese. Spread it all around. It's easiest if you use a spreadable goat cheese, but you can also leave it out at room temperature to make it easier to spread.
- Chop up your dried figs and sprinkle all around the pizza.
- Bake on a baking sheet in the oven for 10 minutes until warmed through.
- Top with slices of prosciutto and arugula.
- Drizzle with balsamic glaze and flakey sea salt.
- Serve and enjoy!
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