Bacon Wrapped Figs with Gorgonzola - we served these at our wedding... a huge hit!

Bacon Wrapped Figs with Gorgonzola - we served these at our wedding... a huge hit!

Bacon Wrapped Figs | Real Housemoms | This was the perfect appetizer for brunch!

Bacon Wrapped Figs

Bacon Wrapped Figs | Real Housemoms | This was the perfect appetizer for brunch!

Bacon Wrapped Dates with Goat Cheese - A super easy 3-ingredient appetizer recipe that will blow you away!

Bacon Wrapped Dates with Goat Cheese

Bacon Wrapped Dates with Goat Cheese - A super easy 3-ingredient appetizer recipe that will blow you away!

Bacon-Wrapped Figs with Goat Cheese Recipe Appetizers with dried fig, bacon, goat cheese, black pepper, balsamic vinegar

Bacon-Wrapped Figs with Goat Cheese Recipe Appetizers with dried fig, bacon, goat cheese, black pepper, balsamic vinegar

Bacon wrapped figs with goat cheese

Bacon wrapped figs with goat cheese

Bacon wrapped figs...goat cheese, honey AND bacon?  That's some type of magic.

Bacon wrapped figs...goat cheese, honey AND bacon? That's some type of magic.

Bacon Wrapped Dates with a Honey Balsamic Reduction | www.honeyandbirch.com #appetizer

Bacon Wrapped Dates with a Honey Balsamic Reduction

Bacon Wrapped Dates with a Honey Balsamic Reduction | www.honeyandbirch.com #appetizer

Balsamic Roasted Figs Recipe | CiaoFlorentina.com @CiaoFlorentina

Balsamic Roasted Figs with Honey, Lemon & Vanilla

Balsamic Roasted Figs Recipe | CiaoFlorentina.com @CiaoFlorentina

This is another of the recipes that disappeared so quickly that I didnt get to take a photo of them....they are that good!! They have a little bit of sweet from the fig, some tang from the cheese, and salt from the bacon. A great balance of flavors! The aged goat cheese called for in this recipe is firmer than fresh and has a dry rind. Two of the kinds that work best in this dish are Bucheron and Pouligny-St. Pierre, both have just the right amount of tang.

Goat Cheese-Stuffed Figs Wrapped in Bacon

This is another of the recipes that disappeared so quickly that I didnt get to take a photo of them....they are that good!! They have a little bit of sweet from the fig, some tang from the cheese, and salt from the bacon. A great balance of flavors! The aged goat cheese called for in this recipe is firmer than fresh and has a dry rind. Two of the kinds that work best in this dish are Bucheron and Pouligny-St. Pierre, both have just the right amount of tang.

Bacon Wrapped Figs (They Taste MUCH Better than they Look – I Promise!) – Hip2Save

Bacon Wrapped Figs (They Taste MUCH Better than they Look – I Promise!)

Bacon Wrapped Figs (They Taste MUCH Better than they Look – I Promise!) – Hip2Save

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