Ricotta Sage Honey Stuffed Prunes

Stuffed with a whipped ricotta sage mixture, topped with a honey roasted almond and drizzled in more honey, these savory sweet bites are one quick and delicious appetizer.

Omg, she said prunes. Get over it. We’re all adults, let’s just go with the fact that prunes are delicious and ignore the obvious. Although, I was totally that kid who complained/whined/threw tantrums when my mom tried to force feed my constipated 6 year old self those every night. The Metamucil alternative was even worse though, so I ate the damn prunes.

Ricotta sage honey stuffed prunes

We all like plums, right? I don’t even get why once they dry out and we change their name people are all like “omg, ew!”. And while we’re on it, how come raisins don’t get the same negative fate?

These are the big time life questions I have.

Ricotta sage and honey stuffed prunes

Thankfully, I’ve grown up and now willingly buy containers of these little bathroom miracle workers not for function but for taste. With a container of about 700 of them (ok not really but there are a TON in there), I got thinking they’d make for a crazy great sweet and savory appetizer perfect for that little thing called New Year’s Eve TOMORROW! (omg, it’s almost 2016).

Whipped ricotta sage honey almond stuffed prunes

In 10 minutes savory whipped sage infused ricotta stuffed inside prunes, topped with a perfectly honey roasted Blue Diamond almond and drizzled in honey can be ready for whatever party you’re hosting or going to in celebration.

And if you get flack from guests, just call them plums instead (as you discretely roll your eyes into the back of your head at their ridiculousness).

More awesome appetizers to check out: blue cheese steak crostini | smashed sweet potato guacamole bites | buffalo chicken broccoli cheddar bites

Serves 20-25     adjust servings

Ricotta Sage Honey Stuffed Prunes

Preparation 10 min Prep Time
Cook Time
Total Time 10 mins Total Time

Stuffed with a whipped ricotta sage mixture, topped with a honey roasted almond and drizzled in more honey, these savory sweet bites are one quick and delicious appetizer.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Combine ricotta, sage, salt and pepper in a food processor. Process for 20 seconds until fluffy.
  2. With the processor running, slowly pour in the olive oil and continue processing until incorporated.
  3. Spoon the ricotta mixture into the prunes.
  4. Top with an almond.
  5. Drizzle the stuffed prunes with honey.

*This post is sponsored by Blue Diamond Almonds.

10 Comments

  1. Danae @ Recipe Runner

    This post cracked me up! Poor little prunes do get such a reputation, but dang they work like magic if your plumbing is backed up and so much better tasting than metamucil. These little sweet and salty bites look so good not only for an appetizer, but even a morning snack to get things moving. ;-)

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