Imagine a world where you can enjoy the unparalleled taste of figs all year round and without guilt. That would be amazing, wouldn't it? The good news is that you don't have to dream about it anymore. 

 

In our quest to offer you new natural and healthy recipes and in the exploration of ingredients that combine perfectly with dried figs, we have created three dried fig creams with the most natural ingredients. With them you will not only eat well, but in a delicious and healthy way. 

 

The three creams are vegan, gluten-free, high in fiber and best of all, very versatile, because the combination possibilities are endless...

 

 

And now, we present you our three creams

 

El Pajarero dried fig creams are 100% natural, and have been made from dried figs. Some contain hazelnuts and cocoa. Others contain sesame and cinnamon. None of them contain added sugars or sweeteners.

 

  • The smooth and delicious Natural Dried Fig Cream. 
  • The dried fig cream with a sweet hazelnut and fine cocoa. 
  • And the cream of dried figs with tender sesame and aromatic cinnamon.

 

Natural fig cream (only dried figs)

For those who appreciate the full flavor of figs, we have developed a 100% natural cream, made with figs and agave syrup. 

It is incredibly rich and creamy, with just the right amount of sweetness. Try it over your favorite ice cream or yogurt for a delicious treat. 

 

Dried fig cream with sesame and cinnamon

Dried fig cream with sesame (tahini) and cinnamon, aromatic and delicious, for the perfect touch.

The tender sesame combines perfectly with the aromatic cinnamon, making it a great complement to yogurt, cottage cheese or oatmeal.

 

Dried fig cream with hazelnuts and cocoa

For lovers of cocoa and hazelnuts, we made dried fig cream with a touch of cocoa and freshly ground hazelnuts.  We've combined delicious hazelnuts with fine, freshly ground cocoa to create a cream of unparalleled texture and flavor. Spread it on your favorite bread or enjoy it straight from the spoon.... 

 

All of them are very rich in textures and flavors giving you the possibility to combine them as you like. 

Healthy, natural and a pleasure for your senses! Which one do you choose?

 

What can you combine them with?

Although in the previous description we have already mentioned some combinations, here are some suggestions that we have already tried and we love them.

 

The natural dried fig cream is perfect to accompany cheeses and game meats.

 

The cream of dried figs, sesame and cinnamon, as we like most is with natural yogurt and pieces of fresh fruit, especially with red fruits.

 

And the dried fig, hazelnut and cocoa cream goes very well with toast, crackers and nut or spiced bread.

 

We also encourage you to try them with your favorite ice cream flavor, although we confess that with vanilla, it looks perfect :)

 

Other winning combinations:

 

Add them to your smoothies

To your yogurt 

To your cereals

To your oatmeal

Use them as an ingredient in your baking recipes.

For a sweet or savory combination, try them with cheeses and/or sausages.

Mix it with cottage cheese

 

Create your own combination ;)

 

These three delicious fig spreads are sure to become a staple in your kitchen. Whether you're looking for a healthy snack or a sweet treat, any of them will do the trick.

 

What other foods would you pair them with?




 

There's nothing like a freshly made crepe, fresh out of the pan, still steaming and with the aroma of vanilla essence wafting through the kitchen :)

 

Making crepes is easy and quick. They are also delicious. The versatility of combination, both sweet and savoury, is another great benefit.

 

The advantage of making them at home is that you can make them entirely to your own taste: thinner, thicker, smaller or larger, adding extra ingredients such as flavourings, vanilla essence, lemon zest or seasonings such as pepper or oregano, if you prefer them savoury: the sky's the limit...

 

 

Ingredients for 8 units

  • 110 g pastry flour 
  • 240 ml milk
  • 2 large eggs (better if they are L) 
  • 15 ml Sugar (optional) 
  • 2g Salt 
  • Lemon zest to taste Vanilla flavouring to taste Butter or cooking oil
  • For the filling: homemade dried fig jam to taste

 

Some tips you should know before preparing them

 

This recipe will make about 8 crepes. Depending on your sweet tooth, multiply the ingredients by the amount you want to make :)

 

To help you get started, we have included our favourite recipe for homemade fig jam to accompany your crepes. Here you can follow the instructions on how to make it. But before we get to that, let's go over a few things you need to know about the ingredients.

 

An important recommendation: sieve the flour, the preparation is much finer and without lumps.

 

If you are lactose intolerant or simply prefer a vegetable milk, soy milk does not usually interfere so much with the taste of the crepe itself. Oat milk "zero" (the one without sugar) is also very mild. Another thing you can do is to use half milk and half water.

 

As for the preparation, you can use the traditional whisk or an electric mixer. Whatever is most convenient for you. 

 

If you want all the crepes to be the same size and thickness, use a ladle. If you are not that fussy, you can use the same glass that you whipped the batter in. 

 

 

Preparation for the crepe batter

 

Add the eggs to the mixing bowl and then add the milk (or half water and half milk), add the salt, the sugar (remember that this is optional), the lemon zest and the vanilla essence. Beat all the ingredients well. 

 

When you see that the mixture has a uniform consistency, add the sifted flour. 

Beat again vigorously until the mixture is smooth and free of lumps.

 

Once you have a semi-thick batter, cover it and let it rest in the fridge for 30 minutes to 1 hour.

 

After that time, grease a non-stick frying pan with melted butter or neutral oil. If you overdo it, remove the excess with kitchen paper. Oil spray is usually very good. 

 

Heat the frying pan until it is hot. Then pour a portion of the batter into the centre of the frying pan and with the other hand, move it gently so that the batter spreads over the entire surface. 

 

Lower the temperature a little and let it cook for a couple of minutes. 

When you see that the edges are golden brown and start to pull away from the pan, you can carefully turn it over with a thin spatula.

Leave for another minute until golden brown.

 

Place them in a dish or container that allows you to cover them with a clean cloth. It is important to keep them warm and moist so that they do not dry out.

 

Once you have finished preparing them all, let them rest for a few minutes and then serve them with a delicious fig jam, or whatever you like best :)

 

Crepes are delicious and versatile and can be made quickly and easily at home. Whether you like them sweet or savoury, the combination possibilities are endless. Once you get the hang of it, experiment with different flavours and seasonings to create your own version. 

 

Enjoy them with homemade fig jam. Here is the recipe.

  

 

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