Le Creuset: Fig and Goat Cheese Stuffed Chicke Breasts

There’s nothing more exciting than getting the opportunity to work with a brand that you truly, truly love. I got my first Le Creuset piece back in 2008 when I cashed in for an early birthday present. I got it specifically to bake bread, but it is easily one of the most used pieces in our kitchen.

So needless to say when Le Creuset contacted me about developing a few recipes to help promote some of their specialty pieces, well, I did a little happy dance. And then I got cooking.

And just in time for Valentine’s day, this adorable little heart casserole is perfect for a dinner for two, like this recipe for Fig and Goat Cheese Stuffed Chicken Breasts featured on the Le Creuset website. Or even a romantic dessert, like the Flourless Chocolate Cake with Raspberry Port Sauce shown below. Because it’s such a versatile piece you can use it to sear, simmer, bake, braise, boil, or brown.

Le Creuset: Flourless Chocolate Cake with Raspberry Sauce

Cake in a Le Creuset… who would have thought?

But even more exciting than these delicious recipes… Le Creuset is offering up a Heart Casserole to one lucky L&OO reader! You know you want one.

The winner will receive this gorgeous Heart Casserole in the color of their choice (Cassis or Red), valued at $150. Do note that the red is currently back-ordered for 1-2 months, but if that’s the color your heart desires, just ask and you shall receive (as soon as it’s back in stock).

So, what are you waiting for?

Giveaway is now closed. Thanks for entering!

Congratulations to Amy, comment #298, who was randomly selected as the winner of this gorgeous casserole!

The fine print: No purchase necessary. Giveaway open to US residents only. Void where prohibited. Giveaway sponsored by Le Creuset®. All opinions written are purely my own.

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  1. Tweeted :))))

  2. I’d make a pot of creamy tomato basil soup because it so cold and snowy here-

  3. I like Love and Olive Oil and Le Creuset on Facebook – and follow Love and Olive Oil on Tiwtter

  4. I would probably bake this cake! It looks fantastic. But also a warming winter casserole or stew would be wonderful in this dish!

  5. I would bake bacon brownies for my sweet. :)

  6. My 7 year old daughter’s nickname is Lovebug, she’d have to make the ultimate decision on what to make. The two of you are like minded though….sweet beats out savory every time. This girl would sell her soul for a cookie, so maybe a giant heart shaped cookie.

  7. I love it. I have been trying to make bread but the first thing I would probably make is soup!

  8. I would make a mac and cheese casserole :)

  9. I would make this very flourless chocolate cake for valentines day, beautiful!

  10. I’d make brownies, probably. Or mac and cheese. :)

  11. I would definitely bake the cake first!! It looks so lovely!

  12. What a cool idea for a dish!! You could even make love heart sand castles…or not.

  13. liked both on Facebook!

  14. I follow both L and OO and Creuset on FB

  15. I would want to make that chicken dish with figs right away! I sounds really wonderful!

  16. I would definitely make the Flourless Chocolate Cake. That looks delicious!!

  17. I’d probably make this cake first – looks wonderful!!

  18. Probably a roast of sorts.

  19. red wine braised short ribs!

  20. I would cook my husband and I, one of our favorites. Chicken and olives. It’s such a tasty dish with green and black olives, saffron, onions and chicken. My mouth is watering just thinking about it!

  21. That flourless chocolate cake looks amazing! That’s totally what I’d make first.

  22. I think I would make that bread in dutch oven recipe I have pinned. That way when I take it out of the pan I would have “Bread Love” …..and really who doesn’t have love for bread?

  23. I like you both on Facebook!

  24. I’d like to give bread a try.

  25. I would make that chocolate cake!

  26. I would make a yummy love treat for my honey! :)

  27. I would make lovely rice pudding for my hubby!

  28. This looks like a good way to make bread pudding.

  29. Chicken Cacciatore! An Italian meal is for sure the way to someone’s heart! :) Mangia!

  30. I would make a small bread with my homemade starter for my sweet husband and 2 wonderful sons, and myself, too.

  31. Lobster bisque. Perfect for a heart shaped valentine presentation.

  32. annnnd tweeted now that Twitter is cooperating again. ;)

  33. Something Spicy like a chipotle chicken!

  34. What lovely casserole, I would love the Cassis one. I would make a No Knead Bread as the first dish.
    Larissa

  35. I have a recipe for Hot Fudge Brownie Cake that I would definitely bake in this adorable dish for my sweetie on Valentine’s Day! Nothing beats a good chocolate dessert fresh out of the oven with a scoop of vanilla ice cream…

  36. I think the giveaway is what caused the Twitter site outage for the past few hours :) Followed and tweeted!

  37. I’d probably try to bake something in it. Maybe a stew. or maybe I’d try to make the polenta recipe I recently saw on america’s test kitchen.
    Thanks for the giveaway :)

  38. omg, that is the sweetest thing I have ever seen! I definitely want one (though not living in the US and therefore have to buy it myself ;)) or hey, maybe my boyfriend want to give it to me as a present, haha :)
    cheers!

  39. chicken pot pie with a flaky crust, sure to get that “sweet spot” right just for my sweet family….thanks for the chance to win. cheers, nicole

  40. Baked mac n’ cheese with bacon!

  41. I’ve started cooking more in the last year. I’ve always enjoyed it, but for health and financial reasons I make myself do it more! The nice side effect (beyond the thrill that I feel when I cook something new and it’s delish!) is that my partner enjoys the food so much and is so appreciative. This Valentines day I’m going to pull out all the stops. We usually go out, but why can’t I/we create our own special occasion in our own kitchen. I want to create a special meal and how great would it be to reveal a sinfully delicious dessert in this heart casserole! I’d get serious brownie points for sure! (pun intended!)

  42. I would try that cake out. Looks delicious!

  43. i’d be excited to cook anything in my new casserole! :)

  44. You had me at raspberry port sauce! I would definitely be making this cake first!

  45. just tweeted!

  46. also am a fan on facebook! :)

  47. I think I would make a flourless chocolate cake in there first!

  48. I would first cook a shepherd’s pie for my hubby! It’s his favorite!

  49. I’d have to try the chocolate cake first….cake is a main food group, right?!

  50. I would try out the flourless chocolate cake! It looks amazing!

  51. I like Love and Olive Oil and Le Creuset on Facebook!

  52. Simple! Roasted root veggies. My favorite thing about the Le Creuset pots is their oven to stove capabilities, and the way roasted veggies deglaze to create a perfect pan sauce. In the winter time, that is hot, comfort food LOVE.

  53. I’m getting married in March and this would make such a cool dish for my first meal as a wife. I’ve been dying to make a goat cheese souffle for my cheese fanatic finance, so I’d start with that and then experiment from then on.

  54. I’d definitely make my Grandma’s deep dish peach cobbler!

  55. OOH, I would LOVE this pretty pot! The first thing I’d likely make would be a nice soup.

  56. I like L&OO and Le Creuset on FB!

  57. I’d make ooey gooey chocolate brownie pudding! So adorable!

  58. Porkchops in a peach rum sauce for my Valentine. <3

  59. I just like Le Creuset on facebook, and liked L&OO ages ago :)

  60. Seafood Pot Pie!!!

  61. I’d make that chicken and fig dish – yum!

  62. I just love this site – so many good recipes!

  63. Tweeted and followed both Le Creuset and L&OO!

  64. I would make this amazing ratatouille recipe with drop biscuits that was in the NYTimes a few years ago. I have summer roasted tomatoes in the freezer that are dying to be used in this sweet and beautiful Le Creuset!

  65. I would love to make bread in this!!

    I tweeted and liked on facebook :)

  66. I would make my husband’s favorite in this adorable pot – chicken cacciatore!

  67. @myyearoffood

    I also tweeted about the giveaway!

  68. I would make risotto in my LOVE-ly casserole, stirring hearts for 40 minutes, or so.

  69. I like both Love & Olive Oil and Le Creuset on Facebook! : )

  70. Perhaps a variation on Texas sheet cake

  71. I have been “liking” you on FB for ages, and gave Le Creuset a big ‘ole thumbs up as well!

  72. Chicken and dumplings –my boyfriends favorite dinner for Valentines Day!

  73. I would make a heart-shaped turkey pot pie: I’d put a crust on the bottom and top, and cut out little hearts to adorn the top crust.

    Thanks for this contest!

  74. I have ALWAYS wanted to tackle (and perfect) Julia Child’s Boeuf Bourguignon but haven’t had the proper cookware!!

  75. I would bake a salted Carmel brownie.

  76. I am a facebook fan.

  77. I would do a nice little beef stew for two.

  78. I would make a special cake for my husband and I. He hates icing on cake so I would improvise with him just this once. Haha.

  79. I would make a fabulous heart shaped valentines meal in this pot. Heart bread, heart cake and a yummy cassoulet.

  80. I would make bread– a heart shaped bread would be fun! I would also definitely make that cake- looks delicious :)

  81. I follow both you and Le Creuset on Twitter!! And tweeted about your giveway!

  82. I like you both on facebook!

  83. I would definitely make a delicious dessert!

  84. I’m already a fan of yours on Facebook, but just liked Le Creuset’s page!

  85. I would probably make that fig and goat cheese stuffed chicken. For my boyfriend. On Valentine’s Day. :-D

  86. I followed @loveandoliveoil and @LeCreuset on twitter and tweeted about the giveaway!

  87. I like both Love & Olive Oil and Le Creuset on Facebook.

  88. I would make ratatouille!

    Thanks for the fabulous giveaway!

  89. I would cook up some Italian Wedding Soup!!!

  90. Corn chowder…because it’s my husband’s favorite!

  91. Heart-shaped bread, heart-shaped cake…yum!! xx

  92. i might have to make that cake! yum!

  93. The lovely cake.

  94. The first thing I would cook in it is soup – probably chicken noodle.

  95. What a darling pan! I would do something savory, like pot pie!

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