Figs are so versatile — sweet desserts, savory dinners, delicious pizzas, and great with salads. Plus these fig recipes are GORGEOUS!
As I was putting together this round up, I decided that the fig is probably the most versatile food out there. In this little round up, we have jam, ice cream, bread, pizza, salad, pork chops, desert, a milkshake, and a panini, just for a start! What’s your favorite thing to make with figs?
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You can start by just oven-roasting your figs. Give Recipe uses cinnamon, rosemary, and honey to make them absolutely delectable.
If you have a ton of figs and aren’t sure what to do with them, my Honey Fig Jam is always a great choice. This recipe replaces some of the sugar with honey — absolute perfection.
Can we talk about how pretty figs are? This recipe for Figs with Ricotta and Honey from Leite’s Culinaria is absolutely gorgeous!
I can barely handle how pretty these Walnut Fig Cheesecake Bars from Broma Bakery are. I don’t even like cheesecake and I want to eat a whole pan.
Recipe Runner makes this beautiful Caramelized Fig and Ricotta Crostini — how pretty would this be for an autumn party?
I am dying over this stunning Honey Earl Gray Fig Cake from The Little Epicurean. I feel like this would be the perfect desert at a fall party or even a sweet little wedding.
If you’re looking for something on the lighter side, this Fig Watermelon Spinach Salad from Like Mother Like Daughter would make the perfect light lunch.
Figs are also great for breakfast. Sweet & Savory has a fig compote that she uses on whole wheat waffles. Yum!
This is a classic appetizer, but it’s been around for so long because of how divine it is! Soup Addict shares her simple recipe for Figs Prosciutto.
A little time under the broiler turns a fresh fig into a roasted masterpiece — paired with ice cream, it’s just about the perfect dessert from Nap-Time Creations!
Kleinworth & Co. has an easy recipe for making Fig Crumble Bars — and tops them with a salted caramel mocha glaze!
Woah — why have a regular roast chicken when you an have Country Cleaver’s gorgeous Fig and Rosemary Sticky Glazed Chicken?
Fresh figs are perfect as an appetizer — The Typical Mom roasts them with hazelnuts for a delicious treat.
Similar to zucchini or apple bread, this fall-like Fig Bread recipe is a little sweet and perfect with butter! From Cutting Tiny Bites.
There’s something about the combination of figs on pizza that is unbeatable. Play Party Plan has a delicious recipe for Whole Wheat Fig and Goat Cheese Pizza.
Another lunch option is this Pear, Bacon and Fig Panini from Savory Experiments — I could probably eat one of these every day.
If you want to head in a more savory direction, these Pork Chops with Parsnips and Fig Pan Sauce from Make the Best of Everything are a yummy dinner option.
You can even use figs in your drinks, like Kelly and Cricket does with this gorgeous Cinnamon Fig Shake, which is gluten-free and vegan.
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