Prosciutto & Chèvre Figs with Black Truffle Honey

Prosciutto & Chèvre Figs with Black Truffle Honey

While it’s hard to say goodbye to summer, fig season makes saying hello to fall totally worth it. Thanks to my Nonna’s fig tree, growing up I enjoyed figs at the end of every summer. They make an excellent addition to your everyday cheeseboard, adding both beautiful color and flavor. Figs are excellent on their own, but I love to pair the sweet fruit with tart, earthy chèvre.

Wrap up your summer with chèvre-stuffed figs, wrapped in prosciutto, & drizzled with black truffle honey. What a wonderfully decadent combination!


Prosciutto & Chèvre Figs with Black Truffle Honey

  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: easy
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Author: Pasta Ragazza

8 Figs, washed with stems trimmed
2-3 oz Goat Cheese (chèvre)
4 Prosciutto slices
Honey (I love Regalis Tennessee Black Truffle Honey)


Slice the prosciutto in half lengthwise and set aside. Quarter the top of the figs, taking the incisions a quarter of the way down the fruit. Wrap each fig with a slice of prosciutto, then stuff each fig with a small spoonful of goat cheese. Plate on a cheeseboard and drizzle with honey.

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