Photo: Kate Sears
Prep Time
15 Mins
Cook Time
12 Mins
Yield
Yield 24 ss 1 piece

How to Make It

Step 1

Preheat broiler to high. Soak 24 toothpicks in a small bowl of water for 15 minutes. Mist a large, rimmed baking sheet with cooking spray and place a wire rack on top.

Step 2

Halve prunes lengthwise, taking care not to cut all the way through. Place a small amount of cheese in center of each prune, in cavity left by removed pit. Wrap each prune with bacon, securing with toothpick.

Step 3

Broil for 10 to 12 minutes, turning halfway through.

Ratings & Reviews

Kitzer's Review

Kitzer
December 16, 2012
N/A

booklady's Review

pleasanthills99
February 20, 2012
So easy and tasty! Took these to a dinner group evening, and they were a huge hit!

Mushchamp's Review

ArleneH
October 19, 2011
Yummy

k12345's Review

Jle111955
October 16, 2011
Great Recipe! I almost didn't try this recipe because of only three stars. Then I checked the reviews to find out that the low scores were from two people who had not even tried the recipe.

Jle111955's Review

booklady
October 16, 2011
BiscuitsNHoney... maybe you should read the recipe again... it clearly calls for PRUNES. I have made these and they are excellent. Don't change a thing.

RHATMM's Review

k12345
October 16, 2011
I would like to make these for the upcoming holidays, but I am confused. Is the recipe supposed to have prunes or dates?

sexygrandma's Review

niko2010
October 16, 2011
These sound so good but can another cheese be substituted for the blue cheese, which I don not care for?

niko2010's Review

RHATMM
October 16, 2011
P-LEEEZE when I check the recipes out-the 1st thing I notice are the *'s.....do not give a review when you do not know what you are talking about! That being said-great recipe, worth the extra work!

ArleneH's Review

Mushchamp
October 16, 2011
N/A

pleasanthills99's Review

BiscuitsNHoney
October 16, 2011
I have not yet tried out this recipe, and as the saying goes, "you shouldn't knock something that you haven't tried", but seriously folks, bacon paired with blue cheese, and of all things-- prunes! Someone will have to try this one out and let us all know how it tasted.