Roasted Festive Figs with Goat’s Cheese, Truffle Honey and Walnuts

Written by Gaynor Mairs on 09 December 2016

Apples are a great source of Vitamin B and C. Rich in dietary fibre, they should always be eaten with the skin on. Eat as is, add sliced to a peanut butter sandwich, serve with dips or as dessert with natural yogurt.

















So simple to prepare but somehow decadent, particularly at Christmas, you will impress yourself as well as your guests with this delightful starter! Whilst a festive treat, the goat’s cheese, walnuts and figs served with dark leaves all play a part in supporting healthy bones. Enjoy! See my blog for full recipe!




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With a BA in Home Economics, I spent many years in recipe development working with major food companies supplying Marks & Spencer within the chilled sector.

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