Fig season has finally arrived and what better way to enjoy them than for breakfast. I love eating fresh figs, but have you ever tried caramelizing them? The process is quite simple, and in less than 2 minutes you can enjoy figs in a new and flavorful way. —The-Broken-Bread
Fresh Figs, thinly sliced
Butter or Coconut Oil
Brown Sugar, Maple Syrup, or Honey
In This Recipe
Thinly slice figs and set aside.
Place a small nonstick skillet on medium low heat. Then add butter, brown sugar, and salt and mix together as the butter melts.
Once the mixture is bubbling up a bit, place the sliced figs into the pan, letting them cook for about 1 minute.
Flip each slice and cook the other half for about 30 seconds. Pour figs and their juices into a bow and let cool for a few minutes.
Divide the caramelized figs and their juices between two servings of yogurt and sprinkle with cocoa nibs.
Kristan Raines is the voice behind The-Broken-Bread, a food blog devoted to cooking seasonally and gathering with loved ones. Her aim is to only use fruits and vegetables at the peak of their season in order to make unique yet traditional recipes. You can visit her site at The-Broken-Bread.com