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Mascarpone Stuffed Fresh Figs and a Fair Trade Giveaway!



October is in full effect here with falling leaves, overcast skies, and chilly weather countered by many cups of hot tea brewed with my electric teakettle. This atmosphere makes me long to bake bread, but alas, I have no kitchen. Temporarily. But seriously - take a look. I'm going through baking withdrawals already. However, there are a few sweet bites to be made and enjoyed without the virtue of an oven, like these Mascarpone Stuffed figs I've made for Fair Trade Month.

Yes! It's Fair Trade Month, which means I've got a box full of Fair Trade goodies to give away to one lucky reader! If you've been reading this blog for very long, then you know each year I love to promote this worthwhile cause (see previous entries here, here, here and here). In a nutshell, buying Fair Trade means Buying Fair Trade means you’re getting quality products and the people who grow, sew and craft them get a fair deal for their hard work. In fact, your everyday purchases can help farmers and factory workers in 70 countries work in safe conditions, earn extra money to invest in their communities and improve the lives of their families.


Coffee, drinking chocolate, chocolate chips, 
chocolate spread... this year's box may be the best yet! 

To enter,  just leave a comment at the bottom of this blog post with what you'd love to make with these Fair Trade goodies.


Each year Fair Trade USA pairs a blogger with a Fair Trade farmer to tell their story. Read below to discover how buying Fair Trade products positively impacts the people who grow our food.

Kyomugisha Joy and her family have been growing tea since 2007. She says that the biggest impact of selling Fair Trade Certified tea is that it has enabled her to send two of her children to school (her other two will attend when they are old enough). In addition, she hopes to use future income to establish tea nurseries that will help expand tea growing opportunities for her community. She is working with a group of women to establish tea nurseries and training programs to teach women the trade so that women in the community can contribute more to the success of the family.



Let's talk about these stuffed fresh figs. First of all, this is a no-cook, no bake recipe that can be assembled in just minutes. I like to serve these as an appetizer because they're just sweet enough to whet your appetite. These are perfect if you are an enthusiastic eater, but not necessarily an enthusiastic cook. Or if you have no kitchen, like me. (Temporarily!)


Mascarpone Stuffed Fresh Figs
Yields 4 servings, 3 figs per person

I make these most often as appetizers, but they're a fresh sweet bite after dinner, too. If you'd like to tip these to the savory side, they are also delicious wrapped in prosciutto (a dry-cured thinly sliced ham).

12 fresh figs
6 ounces mascarpone cheese
3 tablespoons Wholesome! Fair Trade honey, plus extra for drizzling
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/4 cup chopped walnuts, toasted
1/4 teaspoon Frontier Spices ground nutmeg

Cut off the stems of each fig (about 1/2 inch off the top of each). If needed, cut a thin slice off the bottom so they stand up straight. Cut an X into the tops about 3/4 inches deep. Place the figs on a large serving platter. Gently open each fig from the top without breaking it open all the way.

Combine mascarpone, 3 tablespoons honey and vanilla in a small bowl. Transfer the mixture to a piping bag fitted with an open star tip; pipe the mascarpone into each fig. You may also spoon the mixture into the figs if you don’t have a piping bag. Sprinkle the toasted walnuts over the figs. Drizzle the figs generously with more honey and sprinkle with pinches of nutmeg.







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193 comments :

  1. I would make Fig and Hazelnut Bread Pudding.....Janet S

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  2. If I win, I will make lots of delicious chocolate chip cookies to share with my coworkers who are always asking me for baked goods, with cookies being my specialty. Thank you!! :)

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  3. Those stuffed figs. They look yummy.

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  4. I love this giveaway! I would make cookies with those delicious chocolate chips. My family and I would love this box!

    Kristen
    klpeirce at yahoo

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  5. I NEED to make those figs, of course.

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  6. I would love those stuffed figs or something with figs and hazelnuts.

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  7. After seeing all of those goodies, the first thing that popped into my mind was muffins with granola sprinkled on top. Then a warm cup of tea would be nice to go with them!
    kksdelights@yahoo.com

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  8. At the moment I don't know what I would make
    Thank you for this wonderful giveaway opportunity

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  9. I would love to make a breakfast quinoa using the honey, quinoa, and the chia/flax seeds. What a great giveaway!

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  10. I would make a chocolate quinoa granola for breakfast

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  11. Chocolate spread on warm homemade bread. Yum!
    Lisaandandreat yahoo dot com

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  12. I would make coffee flavored chocolate chip brownies !!!!

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  13. I'd make chocolate cake with coffee buttercream! :)

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  14. If I win? Ooo, that would be so wonderful! In my student budget meals, these goodies would fit perfectly and I would make salmon with the quinoa, I would add the chia/flax seed with the honey to my skyr (similar to yoghurt) for breakfast. I would indulge in the hot chocolate with a bit of nutmeg in when craving something sweet next to the readings, bring the two larabars for a afternoon snack. Oh and the truffles? Words can't even say how much I love them ...And last, but not least, since honesty is key ... I would definitely try the chocolate thins with a bit of chocolate spread on top, cause chocolate is life.(Aaand I would melt the chocolate chips with some dried cranberries for the ultimate yum factor. Not to say roommate factor, since chocolate builds relationships like nothing else). Thank you for such an inspiring blog! Best, Dyveke:)

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  15. fresh figs in this way is a great fresh dessert for beggining the fall season

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  16. I'm going through a kitchen remodel so I know the feeling ! I've been baking in a toaster oven for months. Started back in April, was supposed to take three months...LIES! :) Was hoping my fig tree would produce this year...maybe next. Here's to both of us getting our kitchens back...

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  17. Chocolate spread on warm, homemade bread. Yum!
    Lisaandandre at yahoo.com

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  18. oh my gosh!!! such a fantastic giveaway :) i can't even begin to imagine all the amazing things i could bake with those goodies!! would definitely use the honey and chocolate chips to bake some healthy banana bread!

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  19. What's not to love about fair trade!? I'd probably make some healthy granola bars for my family. They are a great snack when we are rushing around during the week.
    Thanks for this giveaway!

    Megan
    Brawnerband@gmail.com

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  20. What's not to love about fair trade!? I'd probably make some healthy granola bars for my family. They are a great snack when we are rushing around during the week.
    Thanks for this giveaway

    Megan
    Brawnerband at gmail

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  21. I'd make cookies or snack bars.

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  22. ide like to eat those bark thins right out the bag ... but I'm thinking they would be yummy in cookies too

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  23. I have some decadent chocolate recipes for the holidays. I'd put this box to good use!

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  24. I would make some peanut butter chocolate chip cookies with the chocolate chips, brew a cup of that turmeric tea, and take a spoon (or maybe a shovel) to that jar of chocolatey goodness. :)

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  25. With these some coconut and honey tartlets are going to happen (with some molten chocolate on top of course <3 )

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  26. i think i would prepare the bark thins for use in pie crust for a chocolate/coconut pie...using all the wonderful chocolate/coconut pictured!
    BTW: what a "spotless" kitchen renovation site...you should be very pleased with the crew!

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  27. Love those figs, Heather! This is such a good giveaway. I see Chocolate Pudding Cake with that Fair Trade cocoa!

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  28. I would make cookies! Something yummy with chocolate and nutmeg :)

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  29. We'll eat the Lara Bars in our hikes per usual. The other goodies... we'll have to decide which one of your tasty recipes to use!

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  30. I would make either orange turmeric cake, chocolate chip cookies with a hint of nutmeg and cinnamon, or homemade quinoa-banana granola bars!! :)

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  31. I always love using chia seeds in baking!

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  32. Mediterranean Quinoa Salad

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  33. I have never used figs, this sounds delish, tho, so maybe I'll get my 17yo to help me make these! He decided to take a cooking class this his Senior year and has been helping me a lot more in the kitchen.

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  34. Chrystal in CanadaOctober 3, 2015 at 6:17 PM

    Wow - I love the background on the tea grower -- it's so easy to forget that each product I purchase has a PERSON and a PLACE behind it. Thank you for the reminder of the value of each and every member of HUMANITY!
    I'd make: Raw balls with chocoloate bits and a cup of turmeric tea :)

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  35. I'd make chocolate chip blondies! And drink chocolate while they bake....;) Thank you!

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  36. So many lovely things! I am sure I would bake something yummy with the chocolate chips and chocolate spread...chocolate hazelnut rolls??

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  37. Mmmmm. I'd make some kind of scones or cookies to snack on with that lovely coffee. (:

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  38. i'd make a nice hot bowl of quinoa cereal with chocolate chips, some flax/chia mix , nutmeg for earthiness, a nice cup of turmeric tea and some bark thins crumbled on top for a crunch.

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  39. Cookies, cookies, and more cookies! :)

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  40. Completely amazing!

    And I'd love to make a flourless chocolate cake with those goodies!

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  41. I'd eat all of the chocolate and make a quinoa casserole

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  42. Love entering this giveaway! I would make the most luscious cookie bars with these fair trade goodies! I love the idea of fair trade tea nurseries! :-) Diana

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  43. I would make a decadent chocolate cake - with some coffee, chocolate spread, and chocolate chips sprinkled on top! Yum :)

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  44. This sounds like a fantastic and delicious giveaway! I'd love to make some a maple-cinnamon quinoa bake. I would like to make some a mousse and some chocolate coconut cookies too. For the tea, I'd like to use it in a turmeric tea smoothie with some honey chocolate sugar cookies to go with it :)

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  45. I would have an amazing fall morning breakfast with my coworkers!

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  46. Breakfast quinoa with honey and chocolate chips

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  47. Kyomugisha Joy is adorable!

    If I were to win I honestly don't know what I would make but I would have a blast working on it! ;)

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  48. Would love to make a pear desert with all the pears from our back yard.

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  49. i think i'd make a maple chocolate loaf!

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  50. I would make a chocolate chip and honey granola! How delicious! I would also love to make a banana bread using honey and the coffee

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  51. I would like to make my belly happy and eat a bunch of the snacks and then make it happier by making choc chip cookies

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  52. I would like to make some pumpkin chocolate muffins or bread.

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  53. I make figs with goat cheese and a spring of fresh mint. Sooo good. I guess I am not very creative , I would make granola bars with the chocolate chips , flax seeds, honey and a couple of extra ingredients.

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  54. Chocolate hazelnut sweet rolls!

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  55. I would make muffins and have tea with them.

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  56. I would make honey cookies and some kind of winter veggie quinoa mashup

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  57. I LOVE Bark Thins! So tasty. I'd add the chia / flax seed blend to my morning smoothie. I've never tried chia seeds, but really want to. I'd also make a chocolate cake with the quinoa. Maybe even top it with a honey buttercream. Yum! BTW, the figs looks super tasty. Definitely on my to make list for when I can get fresh figs at the market.

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  58. I would definitely make some muffins with the coffee, the cacao chips and the nutmeg!!
    wimbley@aol.com

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  59. I would definitely use the chocolate products in some kind of dessert like cookies!

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  60. I'd make gourmet caramel apples. I love drizzling them with chocolate and a variety of toppings, and I'm sure this chocolate would take them over the top!

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  61. Chocolate chip cookies that would use the spices and tea.

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  62. I would like to make the quinoa for my toddler who hasn't had it yet. :) I am always trying to find new grains/foods to feed him.

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  63. I would like to make the quinoa for my toddler. I am always trying to find new foods for him, and he hasn't had quinoa yet!

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  64. I'm cold right now so all I can think of to make is a cup of tea. :-)

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  65. An apple crisp with a granola-chia seed topping. And a cuppa tea.

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  66. I'd make something chocolate ginger, and probably eat some of it as is.

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  67. I would love to make some granola with some of these ingredients!

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  68. I'd make a sweet potato quinoa bake I've been dying to try, but can't afford the quinoa for. I'd use the honey to sweeten homemade applesauce that I'm penning to can as well. And I'll be honest, I'd eat the spreading chocolate with a spoon.

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  69. Yum the figs look divine. I would make chocolate chip pancakes with a cup of hot chocolate or coffee on the side! Just what you need for breakfast when the weather's like this!

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  70. What a wonderful prize pack to giveaway! I would first make a mocha cake with my Fair Trade products. but the possibility is simple endless! :)

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  71. I think I would make some sort of cookie or bread.

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  72. Those look delicious! I Would definitely make homemade chocolate chip scones with the chocolate. Perfect for this cozy weather! starla.bates@yahoo.com

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  73. There are so many good things to make here! Quinoa salads, iced tea, chia and flax seed scones, chocolate chip muffins, and a happy stomach. :)

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  74. A delightful autumn treat!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  75. I'd make biscuits and serve them with the honey!

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  76. What a beautiful story of a dedicated mother working hard to provide for her children!

    I would love to use the fair trade tea and honey to make tea infused scones drizzled with honey.

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  77. What a beautiful story of a dedicated mother working hard to provide for her children!

    I would love to use the fair trade tea and honey to make tea infused scones drizzled with honey.

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  78. I'm all about the chocolate, so if I won I'd make some kind of chocolate pie.. maybe French Silk? This chocolate would be perfect for it! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  79. I would make Honey/Flax/Oatmeal Balls

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  80. I think I'd make some tasty brownies with chocolate chips!
    petitepanoply@gmail.com

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  81. Hello Heather: I would like to try making a chocolate pie with all of those lovely Fair Trade ingredients. Thank you for the opportunity!

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  82. Chocolate cake with a cup of tea

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  83. what a lovely giveaway! I would make a death by chocolate cake, with coffee buttercream and chocolate glaze!

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  84. All of these products look amazing! I would make a chocolate cake :)

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  85. Easy appetizer, looks beautiful and must taste great :)

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  86. I'd make some sticky toffee pudding!

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  87. For one thing, the various forms of chocolate and the coffee suggest a decadent cake.
    flgirl1987 AT yahoo DOT com

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  88. awesome giveaway, I would make brownies!
    -Chelsea F.(greenday867@hotmail.com)

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  89. I'd make chocolate honey cake.

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  90. I see with my little eye: muffins, granola and chocolate cookies.

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  91. I see with my little eye homemade granola, muffins and chocolate cookies.

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  92. Oh man both the recipe and the box look fantastic! I could do all sorts of great baking with the choc products. But to be honest I'm eyeing that nutmeg for a vegetarian moussaka recipe that I recently perfected.

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  93. I would make delicious mini carrot cake squares, dipped in chocolate and sprinkled with coconut.

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  94. I would definitely bake something for my one-year-old and try to teach him how important it is to eat food through fair trade

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  95. I would probably make chocolate chip cookies. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  96. mmm maybe chocolate chip olive oil sea salt challah

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  97. Something with that nutmeg...maybe pumpkin spice cookies

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  98. Nutmeg, quinoa, chia, flax, and honey? I'd whip up a big batch of healthy, hearty fall granola!

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  99. Chocolate quinoa cake for sure, and I've been wanting to try making golden tea with turmeric tea but I haven't been able to find it anywhere!

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  100. I would love to make some cupcakes! This box looks amazing!

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  101. I would love to make coffee-chocolate macarons! Delish!

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  102. This looks like a great start to making a delicious brunch!

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  103. Anything with figs is amazing!

    I would likely make some sort of desert or sweet. Maybe cookies or a loaf.

    xoxoBella | http://xoxobella.com

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  104. I would spread honey and chocolate onto homemade whole wheat bread and sprinkle chia and flax seed inside and have it with a cup of turmeric tea or a hot chocolate and nutmeg drink. And I will break up the barkthins and add it to my homemade chocolate chip cookies.

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  105. I've been wanting to make chocolate cinnamon roles lately and that chocolate looks divine!

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  106. Gluten free chocolate chip cookies!!!!

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  107. I would actually go savory with this box. I saw the quinoa and I would make roasted chicken lemon garlic chicken with rosemary infused Quinoa and some house wine of the south, sweet tea :-)

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  108. I would make a yummy breakfast treat with the quinoa, nutmeg and honey. I may even throw some nuts and pumpkin in the mix. :)

    clogzilla(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  109. I love Fair Trade goodies! I would probably make some sort of sweet and spicy chicken with that honey and some quinoa on the side!

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  110. I don't know what I would make yet, but thanks for the opportunity! I haven't tried many of these products yet.

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  111. i don't think i'd make anything--i'd eat each bit on its own and just savor it. :)

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  112. I would make some hot chocolate!! (plus lots more, I'm sure)

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  113. Oooh, never seen the tricolor quinoa from that brand, only the regular white kind

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  114. Chocolate is great and all, but my attention went straight to the tumeric tea. Hmmm, I think a panna cotta or pastry cream would be a lot of fun! ╰(✧∇✧╰)

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  115. I'd come up with a Hazelnut coffee granola and enjoy everything else as is :)

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  116. Now that the cooler weather is here, I kick it into high gear with my baking! I surprise my family and friends with all sorts of unexpected treats! I love using unusual ingredients into baking and especially enjoy supporting fair trade, while doing it. I'm so excited to get started! This prize box would enhance the diversity of my baking season.

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  117. What caught my eye was the nutmeg! I absolutely love nutmeg; I sprinkle it on hot drinks, in my apple pie, and (believe it or not!) a pinch in my home-made macaroni and cheese gives it another great layer of flavor! The honey, of course, would be going in the tea. I've always wanted to try a fresh fig, but I can't find them anywhere where I live! The quest continues. -Aldea B.

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  118. Just made abatch of those amazing figs with the few figs I have left on my trees - amazing!!! Thank you for your fabulous recipe!!

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  119. i'd probably eat it all before i have the chance to make anything.... but if had to make something, chocolate chip cookies

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  120. I'd make brownies
    spgoddess55(at)msn(dot)com

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  121. I'm not sure if I would make ANYTHING!! I think I would enjoy each product on it's own! ;)

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  122. This is wonderful! I would make some chocolate chip cookies!

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  123. I'd love to invent a new drink with the honey and nutmeg (and maybe some fair trade coffee)!

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  124. I'd definitely make some cookies and maybe some chocolate pancakes.

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  125. That Turmeric looks amazing. I bet that would make a great cake flavor. The chocolate spread will make a great filling for a puff pastry. So many options, those would be my start.

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  126. Coffee, coffee, coffee all the way

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  127. I've never tried or had anything fair trade so I would love to experiment and make whatever came to mind with all of those goodies!

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  128. I've never tried or had anything fair trade. I'd love to see what I could create with all of those goodies :-)

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  129. I've never tried or had anything fair trade so I would love to experiment and make whatever came to mind with all of those goodies!

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  130. I would make double chocolate cookies, and I'd eat the quinoa first ... or maybe second. Balance, right?

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  131. I would love to make some brownies with the bark thins - shaunie thefiggtree@yahoo.com

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  132. I see the makings of some fabulous granola in those ingredients! Yum!!

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  133. I'd make some power bites for snacking.

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  134. I'd make several dishes with several different items. YUMMY QUINOA and that chocolate is calling my name.

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  135. I would make peanut butter oatmeal bites with the flax and chia blend. The figs look incredible as well.

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  136. I would make something with the honey. Probably a cinnamon honey recipe I've been thinking about.

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  137. I would love to make anything chocolate especially cookies and all the snacks look so good.

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  138. umm, great healthy pancakes for breakfast! delicious!

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  139. I'd make breakfast muffins with a big helping of chocolate from that amazing stash of fair trade products!

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  140. I would make some chocolate chip cookies with the organic chocolate chips they may be even better than my old one and the snacks look so good!!!

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  141. I'd make a fantastic cereal bar that I wouldn't feel guilty eating :)

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  142. I would make pumpkin cake with chocolate chips in them

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  143. Love this post, especially since we have a couple of fig trees growing in our backyard (yap, everyone should be completely jealous :-) . Would love to try that chocolate!

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  144. I'd love to make some hearty breakfast cookies.

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  145. Oh my goodness, what an amazing giveaway! To be honest I love tasting each product individually to really appreciate the quality - I would have a quinoa bowl, Larabars (my go-to travel snack), dark chocolate chips as a guilt free dessert, chia pudding. The possibilities are endless!

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  146. Yummy!!! I would love to make chocolate chip coffee muffins. The turmeric tea looks amazing! I love this blog!

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  147. I would make some lovely hot chocolate with the honey and chocolate chips

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  148. I'd love to use the honey to make that baklava cheesecake you posted a couple years ago that I have been dying to try for forever!!

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  149. Kitchen sink cookies with chia and flax seed!

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  150. I would probably make some cookies or muffins!

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  151. I would probably make some cookies or muffins!

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  152. I'd make some granola bars or energy bites!

    honingharmony at gmail dot com

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  153. These ingredients look great for some scones or biscotti!

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  154. I would make some fruits in honey syrup

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  155. I would make some chocolate chip brownies
    cricketlady29@hotmail.com

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  156. I would use the chocolate chips and honey to make some peanut butter energy balls.

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  157. I'd make some spice cookies!

    - Judith (j.rontal@gmail.com)

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  158. The first thing that came to mind was chocolate chip cookies. I can't resist those!

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  159. I'd love to make cookies and fudgy brownies.

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  160. Kathy B. There are too many ideas ruing thru my mind...Chocolate chip cookies - for one..I would love to win and get to baking for my family and friends..

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  161. Iced coconut golden milk (with the turmeric tea). Thanks!

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  162. Oh my goodness, if I won the prize box I would make myself some amazing protein bars and a fantastic chocolate cake with some of that bark mixed in and sprinkled over!

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  163. I just stumbled over this blog this morning and I am so excited about the recipes I have found here! I would start with the Baklava Pull-Apart Bread and the Tumeric tea sounds wonderful!

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  164. I just stumbled across this blog this morning and I am so excited about the recipes I have found! I would start with the Baklava Pull-Apart Bread and the Tumeric tea sounds wonderful!

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  165. Those SunSpire grain-sweetened chocolate chips are my favorite! I would make a chocolate frosting with them, use it to frost some pumpkin spice cupcakes, and crumble some of those bark thins on top! Yum!

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  166. I would love to make those delicious figs above!

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  167. I'd make some chocolate chia pudding!

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  168. oh my goodness! This is fabulous as I am in love with there products. I would be a baking machine! Definently some cookies using the honey and sunSpire chocolate chips ( I love those!) Plus some snack bars and breads with the chia and flax seed blend. I sprinkle that stuff on everything!

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  169. Oh, the possibilities! I would love to make flourless chocolate cake, nutmeg spiced. erinejoy(at)cox(dot)net

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  170. I'm envisioning a spiced honey cake with some of those seeds. And did I see coffee? The perfect accompaniment!

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  171. ohhh everything looks amazing!! i think i'd apply some of these things in a tiramisu :3 of course there's so many other possibilities too! i'd add the flax and chia blend, with the honey (and a dash of chocolate chips obvs) to some homemade granola bars. yuumm

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  172. I would want to make something with Fair Trade chocolate and the figs shown in the recipe.

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  173. I'd make granola bars out of the quinoa and honey!

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  174. i am thinking some kind of fancy hot chocolate with a sprinkle of nutmeg :)

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  175. looks like a great prize pack for snacking to me

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  176. What an elegant appetizer/salad idea.
    I used to do a fig salad that looks amazing and tasted even better.
    Forgot how much I love red figs.
    Thanks for the reminder!
    PS-I always opt for fair-trade cocoa!

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  177. Everything looks wonderful! I would love to share some of the snack items with my kids for their after school treat.

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  178. I would bake a chocolate chip cake with chocolate spread icing!

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