Appetizers & Snacks/ Summer Recipes/ Sweet Breakfast Ideas

Fig and goat cheese toast with thyme and honey

26 August 2018 | Last Updated: 11 July 2024 By Aleksandra

Fresh figs are in season! So I’ve made this today for breakfast – fig and goat cheese toast with thyme and honey. So easy and delicious. You could just eat it for breakfast or serve as an appetizer.

What do you need: 6 small bread slices, a small package of soft goat’s cheese, a few fresh, ripe and juicy figs, honey and fresh or dried thyme. You can also sprinkle the crostini with lavender. It works also great here, you need only just a couple of flowers, as its flavor is very intense. It smells just wonderful! When buying, make sure that it’s culinary lavender (without pesticides).

Instead of sourdough bread, you can also use ciabatta, baguette or any other bread of your choice to make crostini or bruschetta.

This recipe is a must for us, when fresh figs are in season!

Check out also my other breakfast recipes!

fig and goat cheese toast
close up shot on fig and goat cheese toast

fig and goat cheese toast with thyme and honey

A must when fresh figs are in season! Makes a perfect breakfast or appetizer.
Kanapka z figami, serkiem kozim, miodem i tymiankiem Fig, goat's cheese, honey and thyme sourdough toast 1
Print Recipe


(click on the stars)

No ratings yet
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 2 people
Calories 367kcal
Author Aleksandra


  • 6 small slices sourdough bread or ciabatta /baguette
  • 5 oz soft goat cheese 140g
  • 4 figs fresh and ripe, sliced
  • 3 teaspoons honey
  • fresh / dried thyme to sprinkle
  • culinary lavender optional, to sprinkle

Would you like to save this?

We'll email this post to you, so you can come back to it later!


  • Toast the bread and spread goat cheese on the bread slices.
  • Arrange sliced figs on top, pour honey over the figs and sprinkle with thyme and lavender, when using.
  • Enjoy!


  • Calories count = 1/2 of the recipe.
  • If using lavender, make sure to use culinary lavender. Lavender is optional.
  • You can use any kind of bread: sourdough, baguette, ciabatta and other.
Course Breakfast
Cuisine international
Tried this Recipe? Rate the Recipe and tell us what you think in the Comments!

Did you make this recipe? RATE THE RECIPE or tell me in the COMMENTS how you liked it! You can also add a photo of your dish. It would make me very happy and will help other readers. Thank you!!

You Might Also Like

No Comments

Leave a Reply

Recipe Rating

The maximum upload file size: 1 MB. You can upload: image. Links to YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and other services inserted in the comment text will be automatically embedded. Drop file here