Types of Goat Cheese For Sale


           Barn Goddess Goat Cheese Products




  • We use Pasteurized Grade A Goat Milk
  • Hormone and antibiotic free
  • Goats are treated humanely
  • Goats eat only natural grains and grasses
  • Only vegetable rennet
  • Fresh herbs and spices
  • Traditional Style Cultures & Recipes
  • Super Digestible and Gluten Free


Great in dips, as spreads, and for use in your favorite recipes.


Some of Our Most Popular Cheeses:

  • Fromage Blanc                                      Pressed PepperJack
  • Fromage with Herbs de Province           Pressed herb or black pepper
  • Cajun Fromage                                      Pressed Organic Basil
  • Stuffed Buttons w/wine glaze                 Carmel, pecan, pumpkin*
  • Feta
  • Fromage with Greek Olives
  • Fromage with Sun Dried Tomato
  • Lavender Infusion Fromage*
  • Fromage with Marinated Artichoke
  • Key Lime Desert Cheese*
  • Pecan and Cranberry Fromage
  • Chipotle Garlic Marinade*
  • Dark Chocolate Fudge Cheese* (also peanut butter and divinity style)
  • Rosemary and Garlic Marinated Fromage*
  • Southwestern Delight

Gluten Free Products:

  • Cheesecakes -contain no cow product or gluten and come in Caramel, Plain, or with 65% cocoa chunks $3/slice or $9/whole cheesecake
  • Goat Cheese Crackers made with 80% goat cheese and garbanzo and rice flours are high protein.
  • 4oz package is only $4 and comes in Plain, Sun Dried Tomato, Greek Olive, and South Western Delight.


 All cheeses are currently $5/4oz container except those marked *.  Wholesale inquires are welcome.


*Denotes seasonal or special order items. Prices fluctuate with market.



Currently our cheeses are at the Central Phoenix Public Market every Saturday and Weds., sold at select Briar Patch Sales, Litchfield Organics every Weds., and at the Glendale Farmer Market.  We also feature our goat milk soap, hand creams, and soaks and bath salts.

Our Cheeses are fresh and feature all natural and/or organic herbs and materials grown on our farm as much as possible..  The milk has no hormones or additives.  Milk is pasturized and then cultures featuring creamorius, bulgarus, acidophillus, and others are added to make the correct cheese type and add back in all of the goodies mother nature intended for our intestinal tracts!  We do not have a strong goat taste or gaminess to our cheese.  My husband always says,”Taste the Cheese–not the Goat”!


2 thoughts on “Types of Goat Cheese For Sale

  1. I am curious if you make a chese called teleme that I used to buy in California. It is a semi soft cheese with a sort of tangy monterrey jack flavor. It is purchased in the San Francisco Bay area and is something I would like to find locally.

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