Figgy Bread is a great snacking bread!
When my son’s in-laws generously gave us frozen figs from their trees, I had to find the perfect way to use them. Wow, was this it! The recipe is from chefs.com as figgy pudding but some changes when I made it–some purposely and some accidentally–make me now call it figgy bread. I don’t know how it was supposed to be but the result of my mistakes were sooo good that when I made it a second time, I did it that way again. I would think it would freeze well but honestly, I have not even had to find a way to wrap it. It is eaten immediately and does not even need any sugar, icing or butter added to eat.
Figgy Bread is deliciously moist and perfect for snacking. I try to time it to come out of the oven when we are all home and needing a snack. Most recently, it greeted my boys as they came in from shoveling snow. We are out of figs but I plan to try it with peaches, apricots or maybe even bananas the next time.
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