St Tola Cheese Recipes

  • Group of St. Tola Goat Cheese Products
  • Slice of St. Tola Goat Cheese Log
  • Carmelised Peaches with St Tola Divine Cream
  • St. Tola with Beetroot

St Tola Goats Cheese is low in fat, calories and 1% salt - a perfect healthy food for you and your family. The soft cheese has a fat content of between 14% for the Divine to 18.2% for the Log and Original.

Rich in calcium, protein, vitamin A, vitamin K, phosphorus, niacin and thiamin, St. Tola is also rich in zinc, selenium and casein.

Goats cheese is easier to digest as it has a lower lever of lactose than cows milk. Goats cheese enhances the nutritional use of iron and the regeneration of hemoglobin and can improve recovery of those with iron deficiency anemia. Goats cheese acts as a positive influence on antioxidant defence and DNA stability.

Our products are suitable for those with asthma and eczema.

This is a simple and heavenly way to start your Christmas morning!
A quick and delicious way to use up those turkey leftovers!
This recipe is by Hugo Arnold at Food and Wine Magazine
A delicious and refreshingly simple summer recipe for St Tola created by Hugo Arnold at Food and Wine Magazine
This recipe is by The Perfect Recipe by authors of Cooks Illustrated Magazine.
Perfect dry New York Style Baked Cheesecake. Indulgent and wicked!
A super smart Spanish tapas recipe. Serves 8 small tapas, enough for 4 hungry persons!
This recipe is by Renatta @ Renattas Vegetable Store, Shannon Town Centre, Shannon Co Clare.
A great accompaniment to a variety of BBQ meats such as chicken and venison.  Serves 4 as a side dish.
A refreshing and light lunch for those long summer afternooons.  
This recipe is by Hugo Arnold at Food and Wine Magazine
A tasty, elegant, summer super.
A crazy recipe idea for adults only!
This recipe is by Aideen McConville
This makes a tasty light lunch or first course