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Brunch Time Just Got Cheesier with Laura Chenel’s Everything Bagel Chabis

Sponsored by Laura Chenel

The newest flavor to come from Laura Chenel’s line of soft and pillowy fresh goat cheese incorporates the trendy flavors of an everything bagel, making it the perfect addition to your breakfast and brunch spreads. With sesame seeds, garlic, poppy seeds and onion, this chèvre evokes a savory and slightly tangy profile that’s addictively flavorful.

“We observed the popularity of everything bagel seasoning which pairs so well with our fresh goat cheese and inspired us to create Everything Bagel Chabis,” says Laura Chenel CEO Laure Chatard. “It’s a natural extension of our Fresh Goat Cheese Chabis line and a terrific opportunity to bring a fun, fresh flavor to the market.” 

What is Chabis?

Inspired by the French goat cheesemaking tradition, Laura Chenel’s line of “little pillows” retain more moisture than classic chèvre logs, resulting in an extra thick and fluffy texture that’s ideal for spreading, scooping, and stirring into your meals. This cheese also comes in plastic, pouch-like packaging that allows for easy, squeezable access for everything from crostini to soups.


This Pairing Is Everything.

When adding this five-ounce pillow of savory goodness to your spread, you’ll need the right accompaniments to elevate those flavors to brunch nirvana. And the options are virtually endless. Spread it on a toasted bagel, pair it with fresh crudité, or fold it into your homemade omelette. We also love when it’s spread into dips like hummus or scooped into an ultra-creamy pasta dish.

But for a simple, foolproof bite that’ll wow your whole brunch party, you’ll want these easy-to-prepare, bite-sized crostini topped with Everything Bagel Chabis and smoked salmon. It’s a classic combination that’ll make everyone swoon.

Impressing your guests just got deliciously easy. Just cut the tip off of your Everything Bagel Fresh Goat Cheese, squeeze some (ahem, a bunch) on a few crunchy crostini, and top each of them off with a slice of smoked salmon and fresh herbs for a classic bite that’s pleasantly familiar with a tangy twist.

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Laura Chenel

Laura Chenel ushered in a new chapter in American cheese in 1979 when she started making farmstead goat cheese with milk from her goats and techniques she learned in France. Today, Laura Chenel still embodies its founding namesake’s pioneering spirit as a leading producer of fresh and aged goat cheeses, and goat yogurts crafted with fresh goat milk from family-owned farms in California, Oregon, Nevada and Idaho. Located in the heart of Sonoma County, Laura Chenel is the first U.S. creamery to be awarded LEED Gold certification, and its commitment to sustainable practices, including solar energy and recycling, helps preserve the terroir for generations to come.

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