If you think regular cream cheese dishes are good, wait until you try these easy Boursin cheese recipes.
They’re soft, creamy, and insanely indulgent.
Made with cow’s milk, cream, and various herbs and spices, its flavor is mild enough that you can use it in a wide variety of dishes.
Of course, it works especially well in appetizers and dips. But you can also use it to spice up main courses or just eat it by itself on a warm bagel.
No matter how you like it, these Boursin cheese recipes are too good to miss.
Best Boursin Recipes
Baked Boursin is much like baked Brie; only you’ll coat it in breadcrumbs, making it much crispier.
The sweet and spicy chili honey is a delicious addition, as well.
The recipe is impossibly simple to follow, but there’s nothing simple about the result.
The flavor is complex and nuanced and will delight every taste bud on your tongue.
You may find this hard to believe if you aren’t from the TikTok generation, but TikTok is useful.
There’s more to it than catchy songs and dangerous challenges.
Take this baked pasta recipe, for example. It’s just one of the many scrumptious recipes you can learn from TikTok.
It’s cheesy, herby, and ready in just 40 minutes. Now that’s a trend I can get behind.
Want to lock as much flavor as possible into your chicken breasts? Stuff them with Boursin cheese!
This chicken explodes with flavor between the juicy meat, herbs, and breadcrumbs.
The cheese filling also makes it even more hearty.
Serve it on a bed of rice or with some roasted veggies, and the whole family will thank you.
Check out this recipe the next time you want the creamiest, fluffiest mashed potatoes.
Skip the sour cream and reach for the Boursin instead.
Buttery, flavorful garlic mashed potatoes have never been so easy to make.
Here’s another great recipe for those craving cheesy pasta.
This 15-minute pasta looks incredible and tastes like authentic Italian fare.
The Boursin, parmesan, dill, and garlic give it an amazingly robust flavor.
Meanwhile, the pine nuts add some crunch, and the sun-dried tomatoes are drool-worthy.
Whip up some crusty garlic bread for a side, and you’re all set.
Don’t worry; Boursin isn’t taking the place of cheddar in your old-fashioned mac & cheese.
Instead, it’ll accentuate the cheddar, giving it plenty of tangy, garlicky goodness.
The fresh herbs, breadcrumbs, and bacon add even more oomph making this one helluva main course.
Who needs cheddar cheese and bacon when you’ve got Boursin and prosciutto?!
These might be the fanciest, most delectable twice-baked potatoes you’ve ever tried.
They use just six ingredients but pack an insane amount of flavor.
Serve them as appetizers before the next big game, and people might just forget who’s playing.
Need a simple vegetarian dish that’s ready in 30 minutes or less? Done!
You’ll love these cheesy, creamy, and saucy noodles, and the bite from the red pepper flakes is also a nice touch.
You can quickly turn it into a complete meal by adding hearty mushrooms or lean chicken.
Of course, it can’t be vegan, but you could add tofu to keep it veggie-friendly.
Let me apologize in advance because this stuffed mushroom recipe will ruin all the others –forever!
These juicy, savory treats are the only stuffed mushrooms you’ll ever want.
The herby cheese, earthy mushrooms, and succulent sausage make a divine combination.
Seriously, these are the best.
I adore food and snacks that look elegant but are incredibly simple to pull together.
These lovely crostinis are precisely that.
They’re smoky and full of herby, umami yumminess. Every bite is something worth savoring.
My aunt calls this roasted tomato tart “a fancy man’s pizza.”
Despite the fun nickname, it’s pretty easy to make and ideal for breakfast, lunch, and even dinner.
Its flaky crust and garden-fresh flavor pair well with a side of scrambled eggs, a side salad, or even a piece of juicy chicken.
It’s herby and tomatoey, but the Boursin also adds an excellent depth of cheesy flavor.
You can whip up this yummy main course with just two ingredients: chicken breasts and Boursin.
Of course, you’ll want to add a dash of salt and pepper, too.
The Boursin guarantees flavorful and incredibly juicy chicken.
It’s healthy and low in carbs, too. With 50 grams of protein, how can you say no?!
Keep it low carb by serving it with a simple side salad. Or make it more satisfying with some fantastic wild rice.
This chicken dish may not be as healthy as the one above, but it’s just as tasty – maybe even more so if you’re a big prosciutto fan. (I know I am!)
Every bite is salty, herby, and oozing with melted cheese. No one at the table will turn down seconds.
These look like teeny tiny cheese balls. And in a way, I guess they are.
You will, after all, cover a grape in Boursin cheese, then add some crushed pistachios for a fun pop of crunch and color.
They’re a sweet, tangy treat that’s borderline addictive.
15. Stuffed Dates
Stuffed dates are a sweeter version of stuffed mushrooms.
They’re still a tender, chewy appetizer that no one can resist, but they appeal to a different flavor palette.
If you need an appetizer that’s both sweet and savory, give these a try.
Scalloped potatoes are always a hit, no matter how you make them.
That said, if you want to ensure they’re extra creamy and cheesy, use Boursin cheese.
These earthy and herby potatoes are wonderfully flavorful, and they’ll practically melt the moment you get them to your mouth.
They take about two hours to prepare and cook. But those two hours are a small price to pay for something this amazing.
Imagine the zesty crunchiness of dill pickles stuffed with creamy Boursin cheese.
Now add a dash of jalapeño heat and some salty prosciutto. I know, pretty fantastic, huh?
Dill and garlic already go hand-in-hand. Fortunately, the other ingredients pair just as perfectly.
These are fun, tangy appetizers that are inexpensive to make and sure-fire crowd-pleasers.
If the tomato tart above is a fancy man’s pizza, this one is… Honestly, I’m not even sure.
A fancy politician’s pizza? A fancy king’s pizza? A fancy billionaire’s pizza?
I don’t care what you call it; this cheesy, tomatoey tart is one of the most delicious things you’ll ever put in your mouth.
It’s colorful and gorgeous, and the taste is as bright as the colors.
The recipe yields enough to feed the whole family, but you will not want to share.
Who said burgers need cheddar or American cheese slices? Swap them out for the creamy, herby goodness of Boursin instead.
Then, add some caramelized onions, which taste phenomenal on everything.
You won’t need any fancy sauces or toppings to enjoy this burger. It’s perfect just the way it is.
You might prefer this veggie cheese sandwich if meat isn’t your thing.
You’ll still smear your bread (or bun) with creamy Boursin cheese, but instead of a thick, juicy burger, you’ll top it with plenty of herbs and veggies.
Finish it off with a zesty balsamic glaze to make something so heavenly, even hardcore meat-eaters will enjoy it.
Fluffy, buttery, cheesy, and peppered with chives, these might be the best ever scrambled eggs.
Imagine the tastiest plate of scrambled cheese eggs you’ve ever had, and now double the flavor and softness.
That’s how exceptional these five-ingredient eggs are.
Adding bacon to green beans isn’t a new concept. My gramma (and probably her gramma) has been doing it for years.
The fat and salt from the bacon make everything taste better – it’s just a fact.
But the next time you whip up some green beans, add a little Boursin to them, as well.
The cheese melts and seeps into the beans giving them the most fantastic garden herb flavor.
Don’t worry; it doesn’t take away from their natural green bean tastiness.
Want to create something magical and memorable without doing any cooking? Assemble a Boursin holiday cheese platter.
Spoon the Boursin into a pretty bowl, then add whatever you want to serve with it. This recipe gives you plenty of options, sweet and savory alike.
This creamy, fluffy orzo is so soft that it’ll melt in your mouth.
It takes half an hour to make, and you can serve it as a side or a standalone light lunch.
The mushrooms and leeks give it an earthy heartiness that’s hard not to enjoy. And the Boursin packs a wallop of flavor. Delish!
I have a confession: I’m not a huge fan of deviled eggs.
I eat them, and sometimes I even enjoy them, but I don’t go nuts for them like some people.
That said, these creamy, silky smooth, and tangy eggs are the exception.
I’m not sure if the Boursin or the mustard caviar makes them so good. Whatever it is, these are fit for a king.
26. Hot Onion Dip
Hot onion dip is hands down one of the best party dips you’ll ever try. It has a thick, creamy consistency and a robust, warm flavor.
It’s also unbelievably cheesy.
You’ll use cream cheese, Boursin, parmesan, and Gruyere. Talk about cheesy to the max!
Macaroni & cheese has nothing on this oniony dip.
I often forget that I promised to bring something to parties and gatherings. School parties, book club, family gatherings…there’s just so much to remember!
Luckily, with easy-to-make appetizers like this, that’s not that big of a deal.
These use three ingredients and taste superb. And no one has to know they were made last minute.
After all, something this good must have taken a lot of planning and work, right?
I can’t describe these in any other way than to say they’re flipping delectable!
These may be the best bread products you’ll ever try.
Overflowing with cheesy, chive-y goodness, every bite features enough flavor to flood the Sahara.
You’ll still be relishing the taste long after the last bite.
This is a bolder, earthier, and more savory tart than the tomato ones above. It has a deep, oaky flavor and is rich in herbs and mushrooms.
The tangy flavor of the Boursin keeps it from being too dark, though. If you’ve ever had a spinach, mushroom, and alfredo pizza, it’s kind of like that.
It’s not as creamy and cheesy, though. And the crust plays a much more significant role in the overall flavor.
I think you’ll enjoy it and it makes an excellent lunch option, too.
Last but not least – the grilled cheese.
There’s nothing more American and nostalgia-inducing than a grilled cheese sandwich.
This one tastes just as fantastic, but you’ll make it with Boursin instead of cheddar or American cheese.
You’ll also add a bit of mozzarella, giving it that ooey, gooey, stretchy texture that makes grilled cheeses so good.
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