Welcome early fall flavors with this honey cardamom fig tart, made with a gluten free pecan-oat crust, creamy cardamom cashew filling, fresh figs and honey. The crust is pie like, and all that’s left is an easy layer of beautiful figs and a generous drizzle of honey.
This impossibly moist olive oil cake has just a hint of citrus and is topped with a swirl of creamy mascarpone frosting and fresh figs for a sophisticated fall dessert. This cake is rustic, yet sophisticated; easy to execute, but with a complexity of flavor. It would be a lovely dessert to serve for Rosh Hashanah or a winner at any fall celebration.
If you love figs, you’re going to want to get this cake made up in like a real hurry. Those burnished caramel edges are simply divine with that moist cake, and in only a few minutes after your cake cools. Enjoy!
This gluten-free vegan fig upside down cake is the best way to celebrate the fleeting phenomenon that is fresh fig season! You’ll love this sponge cake recipe as it’s incredibly versatile and easy to make, requiring just one bowl and simple ingredients. An upside down cake is so easy to make because all you need to do is slice up your fruit and lay it out on the bottom of a baking tin, then cover with your batter and just bake!
Easy baked brie with figs and honey is your ultimate fall and holiday appetizer, but it’s so rich and decadent you could even serve it for dessert! It’s the world’s easiest and most glamorous appetizer and it makes your guests feel welcome and well fed, all for a couple of minutes work on your part. Whatever wine you choose, go for a dry variety to balance out the sweetness of the figs and honey.
Burrata is one of those foods that you just can’t believe why you never knew about it sooner once you have tasted it for the first time. This simple yet elegant appetizer of burrata with figs, honey and roasted pistachios will definitely have you falling in love with burrata cheese and figs. Burrata is a silky version of mozzarella, with a firm outerlayer. Once you cut into that outer layer the creamy center emerges revealing all of its deliciousness. Burrata has the same flavor as firmer mozzarella cheese so it really can be utilized in both sweet and savory dishes.
Here’s a fig banana breakfast bowl topped with fresh figs, hue blushing sweet blueberries piled on a creamy banana base sprinkled with a walnut-date crumble topping, because shouldn’t every breakfast bowl you serve be delicious and nutritious? Of course, it should!
Sweet, syrupy figs are gently dipped in dark chocolate for a perfectly light dessert! You can use different nuts, or shredded coconut, or some caramel, some sprinkles, or absolutely nothing at all.
It’s salty, sweet, and peppery, all on a cheesy crust! This gluten-free fresh fig, prosciutto and arugula pizza is artisan pizza at it best. A thin gluten-free crust, a light layer of cheesy topping, and thin strips of crispy prosciutto makes a delicious base on which to pile luscious, fresh-from-the-tree sweet figs and peppery arugula.