National Moldy Cheese Day | Blue Cheese-Stuffed Figs with Honey Drizzle
Sooooo I don’t like moldy cheese. Eeeep! I always vow to only showcase the dishes I would eat because how can I bring you a recipe that even I don’t like? But, I think that moldy cheese and non-moldy cheese lovers will agree that blue cheeses are so potent, you either love them or you simply…don’t. I’m in the latter category and that’s not to say that I haven’t tried loving cheese from the blue cheese category, I have, but my taste for the stuff just doesn’t change.
Fortunately, I have a neighbor who feels differently, and although I opted out of tasting this delectable snack, my neighbor declared it awesome and tasty. That’s enough for me. She ate the whole bowl of these bite-sized treats. Also, I admit that they smelled pretty good while cooking in the toaster oven.
Figs, blue cheese, honey – that’s all these require and I encourage you to try them, no matter your blue cheese preference. Be braver than I. 😉
Blue Cheese-Stuffed Figs with Honey Drizzle
- 7 dried figs, cut in half and with insides scooped out
- 1/4 cup (or as needed) crumbled blue cheese
- Preheat oven to 400*F.
- Fill each half of dried figs with blue cheese crumbles. Cook for 10 minutes, or until blue cheese are melted and browned slightly.
- Drizzle honey over the top.