The Fig Foster

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As a children many of us remember the soft gooey sweet Fig Newtons that came in a pack with two rows. The downside to those yummy "treats" were the number of calories, sugar and preservatives contained in this nostalgic snack. The other day I was out shopping for foods on the Nutritional Guide when I came across a small carton of Black Figs, so I decided to make Fig Newtons... but decided to call them Fig Fosters, because back then I never really knew who Newton was.

Ingredients:

  • 3/4 cup Spelt
  • 1/4 cup Teff Flour
  • 4 tbsp Raw Agave
  • 1 dash Ground Clove
  • 1 cup Black Figs
  • 1 pinch Sea Salt
  • Spring water to consistency

Directions:

  1. Rinse figs well, remove the stems and process in a food processor into a paste
  2. Add the flours together with Salt and a dash of Ground Clove. Whisk.
  3. Add Raw Agave. Whisk in the dry ingredients.
  4. Add Spring Water - little by little, until a dough is formed.
  5. Roll into a log.
  6. Flatten with a rolling pinIMG_20160728_190314
  7. Add Fig mix to the center with a spoon. Be sure to keep it in the center of log.
  8. Fold closed. Press gently to stick closed.
  9. Flip the seam to the bottom.
  10. Use hands to smooth and shape into 1 long Foster
  11. Bake at 350 for 10 mins.
  12. Let cool. Cut into individual Fosters of a size you chose.

  13. Serve with Hemp Milk and watch them disappear!

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