TriBerryTriscuit (Triple Berry Herb Cracker Bites)
Quick and easy triple berry herb cracker bites with homemade berry herb compote and a dollop of honey goat cheese make the perfect bite-size summer appetizer.
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It’s summer — the season of entertaining. Casual happy hours on back patios. Fancy drinks on roof decks. Family friendly BBQs on lazy weekends. Five course adult-only dinner parties. Heavy appetizers and a bottle of bubbly for two.
Regardless of your entertaining plans, these TriBerryTriscuits will be a hit with everyone. Starring fresh summer produce and herbs, rich goat cheese, and the new TRISCUIT Smoked Gouda Crackers, these fancy little bites are as easy as they come. Dare I call them the perfect summer appetizer?
If you think homemade berry compote sounds complicated, think again. These are so, so easy. Melt some butter and sugar in a saucepan, add some fresh berries and herbs, and simmer for 5 minutes. Pop the compote in the fridge to chill and solidify.
Spoon a dollop onto a cracker, top with a little slice of goat cheese, and enjoy. That’s it. (Yes, butter is a little unusual in fruit compote, but once cool, it keeps everything solid enough to sit on a cracker.)
I love pairing fresh summer produce with herbs. For these TriBerryTriscuit bites, I went with blueberry basil, raspberry rosemary, and blackberry mint. Mix and match as you prefer, or leave the herbs out altogether if you’re not a fan.
Since we’re just going to simmer the berries with the herbs for a few minutes, the flavor of the herbs isn’t strong — but it does add an interesting, unexpected twist. I planned on topping these with plain goat cheese but happened to find a honey-flavored goat cheese and used that. Highly recommended it if you can find it – the little extra touch of sweetness is delicious!
I used the new Smoked Gouda Crackers as the base for my TriBerryTriscuits. The gouda taste pairs so nicely with the berry compote and who doesn’t like a cheese flavored cracker topped with more cheese? Monsters, that’s who. (And lactose intolerant humans.)
Whatever your summer entertaining occasion, TriBerryTriscuits are crowd-pleasing. Plate them ahead of time and pass perfect little cracker bites around, or create a toppings station. Set out a basket of TRISCUIT crackers, bowls of your easy homemade berry compote, and little pre-crumbled bits of goat cheese. Enjoy!
The perfect summer appetizer — easy homemade berry compote paired with fresh herbs, TRISCUIT crackers, and a dollop of honey goat cheese.
- 30 TRISCUIT Smoked Gouda Crackers
- 3 tablespoons butter, divided
- 3 tablespoons packed brown sugar, divided
- 3 tablespoons lime juice, divided
- 1 cup fresh blueberries
- 1 cup fresh raspberries
- 1 cup fresh blackberries
- 5 basil leaves
- 3″ stem of fresh rosemary
- 5 mint leaves
- 2 ounces fresh goat cheese, sliced into quarter-inch cubes
- Combine 1 tablespoon butter, 1 tablespoon sugar, and 1 tablespoon lime juice in a small saucepan. Melt over medium heat. Add blueberries and whole basil leaves. Allow mixture to simmer for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Pour blueberry compote into a bowl and chill, 1 hour up to overnight.
- Repeat this process with the raspberries and rosemary, and blackberries and mint.
- Once chilled, remove the herbs from the compote and discard.
- Top each TRISCUIT cracker with 1 heaping teaspoon of berry compote and one slice of goat cheese.
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This made beautiful 4th of July appitizers. Loved the raspberry and the blackberry compotes. All 3 were so good that I thought the recipes would be more complex. Easy and delicious. And I love Triscuits. Will make this often.
So glad you liked them so much!
These look absolutely delicious ! #client
Thanks, Mary! We really enjoyed them. 🙂
These sound wonderful, and I love that Triscuits aren’t as processed as most other crackers on the market. I haven’t thought of pairing them with berries before though.
Wow, these looks so good. What a perfect appetizer! I have to make these while the berry season is still here. Thanks!
What a great, simple recipe idea for last-minute guests! Absolutely dig this. The goat cheese gives it an extra touch.
I haven’t heard of these crackers in the UK, wonder if they are coming here?
Sadly, I don’t think Triscuits are available in the UK, outside of amazon.uk. They’ve been sold in the US for over 100 years.
I love Triscuits and will have to look for the new smoked gouda flavor! Sounds delicious, especially with that luscious berry compote!
The smoked gouda is great!