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  • Makes 1
  • 2 hours
  • Difficulty Medium
  • 1 Ingredients

14 Comments

This recipe is a great way to use a bumper harvest of figs, preserving the life of the fig and creating a tasty, nutritious snack, that can be frozen.

  • These look delicous!

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  • Well i for one thinks this is a great idea i dont know if its just me but i couldnt see a method but i imaginethey have a wonderful flavour much more than fresh.

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  • lol lucky i read the comments! so that’s where the instructions went lol. great recipe though

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  • Handy recipe. Nice to find something different. Thank you.

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  • These look so appetising! Also look super healthy! So going to attempt these. So glad I found the recipe in the comments

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  • I can only see a bowl of dried figs, a delicious looking bowl, but I cannot see any instructions on how to dry them :/


    • mom176887 put the instructions up in the first comment :
      This recipe seems to have lost all ingredients and instructions! So the process is: wash and cut the figs, put on a tray lined with baking paper, bake in low heat oven (140-150C) for 1 hour and leave overnight if possible. The figs may be ready then, or else give another ‘boost’ of about 20 minutes in a low temperature oven, followed by a short period of ‘rest’ in the warm closed oven. However, you need to be more careful that the figs don’t over cook and char/burn. They dry out fairly quickly the second time round! Don’t know why the system lost the instructions etc.!



      • You can’t even love it in the comments :(

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  • Thee look scrumptious! I’ve never thought to put icing on muffins before so the grandchildren are in for a treat! Great picture of them too-very inviting.

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  • A great recipe l’ll pass on to alot people who love figs! Thanks!

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  • This recipe seems to have lost all ingredients and instructions! So the process is: wash and cut the figs, put on a tray lined with baking paper, bake in low heat oven (140-150C) for 1 hour and leave overnight if possible. The figs may be ready then, or else give another ‘boost’ of about 20 minutes in a low temperature oven, followed by a short period of ‘rest’ in the warm closed oven. However, you need to be more careful that the figs don’t over cook and char/burn. They dry out fairly quickly the second time round! Don’t know why the system lost the instructions etc.!


    • Thanks for providing the ingredients and instructions for your dried figs. I was a little perplexed when I clicked on the recipe. Good on you for the extra effort. :)



      • Thank you for the information in the comments on how to do this. Was wondering how it was done.


      • These figs really are quite a treat and make for a terrific snack food.

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