Get ready to elevate your appetizer game with our irresistible Roasted Garlic Baked Boursin Dip. This savory dip combines creamy Boursin cheese, roasted garlic, and burst cherry tomatoes for a flavor explosion that’s sure to impress.
Whether you’re entertaining guests or simply treating yourself, this easy-to-make dip is guaranteed to be a hit at any gathering.
If you make one dip for game day, let it be this roasted garlic baked boursin dip! I recently made this dip for a family gathering, and everyone was scooping it up with everything from crackers to chips to crostini. It’s seriously so creamy and savory, and melted Boursin pucks make for the perfect herby and cheesy base. We can’t wait for you to try it 😀
What You Need for Roasted Garlic Baked Boursin Dip
Boursin cheese lends a creamy, indulgent texture and a savory, herby taste. It’s what gives this dip its creamy texture!
Garlic infuses the dip with a rich, aromatic flavor when roasted.
Olive oil adds richness and helps roast the garlic and tomatoes to perfection.
Cherry tomatoes burst with juicy sweetness, adding a fresh element to the dip.
Tomato paste provides depth of flavor and enhances the savory notes of the dish.
Diced white onion adds a subtle sweetness and texture to the dip.
Red pepper flakes bring a touch of heat to the finished dip.
Fresh chives add a pop of color and a mild onion flavor, making it a perfect garnish for this dip.
Easy Variations & Substitutions
Boursin cheese: We used garlic and chive Boursin cheese, but any flavor will work.
Using another variety of cheese: You can replace the Boursin with goat cheese logs if necessary.
Cherry tomatoes: We love the flavor and size of cherry tomatoes, but any variety of tomato will work as long as they’re cut to a similar size as cherry tomatoes for roasting.
Onion: White onion adds a subtle flavor that we love, but yellow onion or shallot will also work.
Amp up the spice: Double the red pepper flakes to give this dip a little extra heat.
We love this le creuset casserole dish because it is oven safe AND has a cover. It is the perfect casserole dish for this baked one pot pasta dish!
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Serve right out of the casserole dish: Cut down on dishes and serve this roasted garlic baked Boursin dip right out of the casserole dish that you roasted it in.
What to do with leftovers: We love tossing the leftovers of this dip with cooked pasta for a deliciously cheesy way to repurpose your dip into another meal.
Store any leftover dip in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days.
How to Serve this Dip
We love serving this dip right out of the casserole dish that it was roasted in. And you really can dip anything in it. Some of our favorites are:
- Raw veggies
- Tortilla chips
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Roasted Garlic Baked Boursin Dip
- Preheat the oven to 400ºF.
- Add the olive oil and tomato paste into an 8×8-inch baking dish and whisk the ingredients together. Trim the tip of the head of garlic so the cloves remain intact. Add the onion, salt, pepper, tomatoes, and garlic to the dish and toss all of the ingredients together until coated.
- Nestle two Boursin pucks into the tomatoes and cover. Bake for 25-30 minutes or until the cheese browns and the tomatoes have burst.
- Remove the dip and carefully squeeze the garlic cloves out of the head. Use a fork to mash the garlic cloves and tomatoes. Then, stir everything together.
- Drizzle the top with a little olive oil and season with fresh chives and red pepper flakes. Serve with crostini, crackers, or vegetables.
Tips & Notes
- We used garlic and chive Boursin cheese, but any flavor will work.
- You can replace the Boursin bricks with goat cheese logs if necessary.
Photography: photos taken in this post are by Ashley McGlaughlin from The Edible Perspective.