Frozen Fig Bread
Warm comforting bread with nice texture and taste of real figs. An exotique hearty bread to try, dense and chewy with crispy crust and delectable flavor.
A delish to serve during potlucks and gatherings, your guests will be impressed and it will be a real hit.
Defrost at room temperature for 15-30 minutes.
Convection oven - bake for 10-15 minutes at 200°C.
- Does well with blue cheese, goat cheese, roquefort, any cheese or all sorts
- Great already on its own or brushed with a light knob of butter
- Works when toasted and topped with melting cheese
- Dine and wine your date at home and serve this fig bread with cheese along
A kick up on the bread's nutritional profile thanks to the great addition of dried figs. Aside from the usual nutrients from the bread, one gets additional health-promoting properties from these dried figs.
The fig bread is rich in fiber, a nutrient linked to good digestion. It is low in sugar and also low in fat - perfect combination.
It offers vitamins and minerals as well and especially a good source of magnesium, iron, and calcium.
Wheat flour, water, dried figs, rice flour, rye flour, salt, yeast, gluten wheat flour, malted wheat flour.
*Allergen advice: contains gluten.
Average weight: 330 grams
Once reheated, serve immediately or refrigerate to be used within 24 hours.
Store in a freezer.
Fig Bread in Cheese Overload
1 Fig Bread
6 slices Prosciutto Di San Daniele
4 tbsp Boursin (Garlic & Herbs)
1 cup Feta cheese, crumbled
1/2 cup mozzarella cheese
4 tbsp mascarpone
Slice fig breads thinly in 6 pieces.
Spread each slice with boursin and layer the prosciutto.
Top with feta, mozzarella, and mascarpone.
Toast slices in oven toasteruntil the cheeses melt.
Serve and enjoy!