These bacon wrapped prunes are absolutely delicious. They can either be enjoyed while sitting on the couch or at a posh appetizer party. These are a staple at every cocktail party in France!
The soft and deliciously sweet prunes wrapped in the bite-sized pieces of bacon are the absolute perfect combo for any kind of party. You will love the sweet and salty combination of bacon wrapped prunes. And they smell so good! Believe me I had a hard time taking the pictures for the purpose of this blog post without starting eating them!!
Make a double batch for a party and believe me, they will be gone in about 30 seconds. So simple, yet so delicious.
What are prunes?
Prunes are dried plums. They are high in fiber and rich in potassium. They are famously known as a natural laxative and good for treating constipation.
Prunes are very sweet, sticky and chewy.
In France (where I live) they are used in preparing both sweet and savory dishes. You can also eat prunes alone as a snack.
How do you pit prunes?
The easiest way to pit a prune is to use a small paring knife. cut a line lengthwise down each prune. Gently press the prune, the pit should come out by itself, if not, gently pull the prune open and remove the pit. You can also buy pre-pitted prunes which makes prep time go much faster.
Can you reheat bacon wrapped prunes?
Yes! They can be stored in the refrigerator and reheated for later use. You can also skip the reheating part and eat them cold (or at room temperature).
So, without any further ado, here is the recipe for a super easy French 2 ingredient appetizer that will also help with your constipation! 😉
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Bacon wrapped prunes (AIP, paleo, whole30)
- 20 prunes pits removed
- 10 slices bacon cut in half
- Preheat oven to 410°F (210°C)
- Wrap each prune in a slice of bacon and secure with a toothpick.
- Put the bacon wrapped prunes on a baking dish and bake for 10-15 minutes or until bacon is browned and crispy. And voilà! Serve immediately.Bon appétit !