fruit based finger foods?



rt21 July 21, 2013
Figs are great if you stuff them with bittersweet chocolate ganashe . You poke a home in the bottom with a skewer and pipe in the filling then dip in melted chocolate ..... Out of this world
amysarah July 20, 2013
Also, figs with prosciutto is excellent - just halve (or quarter, depending on size) the figs, arrange on a platter and drape them with very thinly sliced prosciutto.
dymnyno July 20, 2013
I have an abundance of fig trees and use them for appetizers as long as the supply lasts and the bluejays leave them alone. They are great to stuff with goat cheese, almonds or walnuts, blue cheese ,or wrap with bacon .
girlwithaknife July 20, 2013
Thanks all! The strawberries are a nice idea. I was going to go with the fruit kabobs, but then I saw figs in the store today! Kinda early, isn't it? Anyway, I am going to serve figs plain, with some goat cheese and honey on the side.
rt21 July 20, 2013
What about chocolate dipped strawberries, Mimi tart shells ( you can buy them pre made in freezer section) filled with berries and cream, fruit kabobs with a yoghurt dip.
erinbdm July 20, 2013
I lived in Mexico for many years. A very popular snack food there is jicama, cucumber, pineapple, watermelon, etc. (any one of these or a combination) served with lime juice, tajin powder (a mix of very mild chile, salt, and lime--can be bought at latino markets), and a little salt. It's delicious and very refreshing!
andrea L. July 20, 2013

jilhil July 19, 2013
Do you grill? Grilled pineapple (sprinkle on a little sugar before grilling) is wonderful.
girlwithaknife July 19, 2013
sorry, here is the rest of the question:
I want to make something sweet, easy to make and easy for guests to eat during game night, fruit-based, minimal baking (I'm not really a baker). Ideas?
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