Figs can be eaten as is but they are also perfect for baking and desserts like fig bars! For a perfect combination, pair it with cacao in a brownie recipe! You can also dip your figs in organic almond butter for a quick snack. So delicious!
Need some more inspiration? Try these recipes:
Dried fig gingerbread
Cranberry and fig chutney
Fig energy balls
Fig and walnut stuffed shortbread
Bulgur with dried figs, nuts and cardamom
Chocolatey ProactivChia with cacao, figs and banana
Eggplant curry with chickpeas and dried figs
The Protein Smoothie
Can be preserved in a cool, dry cupboard protected from light and humidity for up to 10 months.
The fig tree is part of a complex ecosystem and is involved in a co-dependent relationship with its unique pollinator, the fig wasp Blastophaga psenes, which relies on its fruit alone to reproduce. Talk about perfect symbiosis!