fig biscuits.

 

In my bag of produce goodness from the CSA last week was a berry bucket containing some strangely-shaped fruit type items.  They looked kinda like figs, but seeing as my only fig experiences have involved the dried variety, I wasn’t completely sure. So, I looked up fresh figs on-line, and sure enough, I had about a cup of fresh figs.  I wasn’t sure what to do with them, but for some reason, fig biscuits sounded like a really good idea to me.  And it was!!

Fig Biscuits

Ingredients

I would . . .

You could . . .

2 cups flour

 

1 tablespoon baking powder

 

1 teaspoon sugar

 

¼ cup Smart Balance butter

¼ cup any butter substitute

½ cup buttermilk

Any combination of dairy products,

½ cup cream

up to 1 cup

½ cup chopped fresh fig

Any combination of figs, dried or fresh,

½ cup chopped dried fig

up to 1 cup

Preparation

1.  Preheat oven to 450 degrees.

2.  Sift dry ingredients together in a bowl.  Make a well in the center of the flour mixture.

3.  In a separate bowl, mix liquid ingredients with a whisk.

4.  Pour the liquid ingredients and chopped figs into the flour mixture.  Stir until just combined.

5.  Spoon into greased muffin cups, and bake for 10-12 minutes, until slightly browned.

Servings

12 biscuits

Recipe Extras

Sex It Up By:

 

Adding

honey butter as a spread

Calling it

Fresh Fig Scones with Honeyed Butter Spread

Cooking Tip:

You can use any combination of fresh and dried figs in this recipe, but keep in mind that dried figs are much sweeter than fresh.

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2 Responses

  1. I love the new blog! You’re the second person I’ve come into contact with in a week who has not experienced fresh figs! They are so good! I wouldn’t be able to make these muffins, because I would be eating all of the fresh figs until I got sick to my stomach.

  2. My grandma made me eat fresh figs once as a child and I hated them, but I finally had them again last week and loved them! The recipe looks delicious!

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