Oatmeal Fig Bars | Homemade Fig Newtons | Alida's Kitchen
Oatmeal Fig Bars are a chewy, fig-filled bar made on the lighter side. They taste pretty close to a Fig Newton, but homemade is always better, right?
Home Made Fig Newtons - Heather Christo
Home Made Fig Newtons I think you are either a Fig Newton lover… or not. But let’s forget about those people, as I am a Fig Newton lover. I have the most wonderful, nostalgic associations with this classic cookie. It was the only “packaged” sweet I remember being allowed as a kid, (I honest to …
Cuccidati – Italian Fig Cookies
These delicious and unique little cookies first came to my attention on a recent visit to see my beloved 93 year-old grandmother in Seattle. With a broad smile on her face and a twinkle in h…
5 Ingredient Raw Fig Bars-The Almond Eater
With only 5 ingredients, these delicious and healthy raw fig bars take mere minutes to make. Vegan-friendly and gluten free, too!
Ocracoke Island Fig Cake | Hungry Enough To Eat Six
This is a delicious cake with a lovely, spiced flavor of nutmeg, cinnamon and chewy bits of fig. It was inspired by the traditional fig cake of the Ocracoke Islands in the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
Quick Recipe: Mission Fig Jam
Every now and then a recipe comes along that just about slaps you in the face it’s so good. (Bonus points when it’s lightning fast and incredibly easy.) That’s what happened when I first sampled this Mission fig jam. My mind was completely blown! This recipe for Mission fig jam is considered a “quick jam” because it uses dried fruit as opposed to fresh, and it doesn’t go through the traditional canning process.
Recipe: Flat Bread with Dried Figs, Roquefort Cheese, and Rosemary
Last year I spent some time on Kea, a completely un-touristy Greek island off the coast of Athens. I went to spend a week cooking with Aglaia Kremezi, a thoughtful cook and talented teacher of Mediterranean cuisine. She had just finished the manuscript for a vegetarian cookbook and so many of the dishes I learned came from that body of work. My stained photocopied recipes and frayed notes from that trip have occupied a permanent place in my kitchen ever since that trip.
This recipe is lightly adapted from Stella Parks' Fig Newtons as seen on Serious Eats. For step by step images, check out her post here. I've converted this recipe to cups and tablespoons for the non-scale-measuring baker. Recipe last updated 8/27/19.
Healthy Fig Newtons (GF)
8-ingredient, naturally sweetened no-bake fig newtons with nut-date cookie dough and a simple dried fig center. An incredibly tender, delicious take on classic fig newtons.