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Fresh Figs With Goat Cheese, Pistachios And Honey

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Fresh Figs With Goat Cheese, Pistachios And Honey

Need a quick and easy hors d’oeurve . . .

For your grownup party AND something your toddler will gobble up like a turkey prepping for Thanksgiving? Look no further. These elegant little appetizers are a real crowd pleaser . . . at least they would be if Katie and I would stop eating them all before the crowd arrives. :)

Special thanks to Daddypotamus for bringing home the wrong figs that resulted in this happy accident . . . er, recipe.

Fresh Figs With Goat Cheese, Pistachios And Honey

Ingredients:

Instructions:

1. Slice figs about 1/8 inch thick Fresh Figs With Goat Cheese, Pistachios And Honey

2. Using your hands, press a small amount of chevre onto each fig

Fresh Figs With Goat Cheese, Pistachios And Honey

3. Press pistchios into chevre Fresh Figs With Goat Cheese, Pistachios And Honey

4. Drizzle canapes with honey Fresh Figs With Goat Cheese, Pistachios And Honey

Enjoy!

Fresh Fig Canapes - A simple, delicious and gorgeous appetizer

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20 Responses to Fresh Figs With Goat Cheese, Pistachios And Honey

  1. Joanna Moore says:

    wow these look so easy! where do you get these kind of figs? i’ve only been able to find the packaged kind at sprouts. and what kind of chevre do you recommed? i’ve never used it before.

  2. Heather says:

    Joanna – Fresh figs are in season right now, so you should be able to find them at Whole Foods. I buy my goat cheese from Homestead Farms – it’s delicious! It’s very similar to cream cheese.

  3. Melinda says:

    This looks fantastic! Can’t wait to test it out.

    Latte Da Dairy in Flower Mound has the most ah-MAY-zing goat cheese! You can actually taste the love put into her cheeses.

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  5. Kathryn VanLoon Schuman via FB says:

    We have a fig tree in the back yard, need recipes :)

  6. Mommypotamus via FB says:

    I’m hoping to try work on a few this weekend:)

  7. Jessica Bennett Espinoza via FB says:

    I found some figs the other day, but was unsure what to do with them. Thanks for the idea! :)

  8. Mommypotamus via FB says:

    You’re welcome, Jessica! These canapes are one of my fave snacks!

  9. Rachel Karr via FB says:

    THat looks SO yummy!

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  17. Kim Martel says:

    I love the texture combo with the squish, savory and crunch.

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