Bacon-Wrapped Dates Stuffed with Blue Cheese

bacon wrapped blue cheese stuffed dates

Are you looking for the ULTIMATE easy and amazingly delicious party appetizer?

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Well – look no further!  This might sound unusual, but do not doubt that EVERY guest will love this recipe!

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Not only do these taste AMAZING… they are actually SUPER SIMPLE too.

And even people that THINK they don’t like dates or blue cheese….

(because EVERYbody loves bacon – right?!)

will LOVE these.

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I took these to our “best ever book club” party this weekend, and I can tell you they didn’t last long.

Give this YUMmy recipe a try.  (And I will accept your “thank you’s” later!)   🙂

Bacon Wrapped Dates stuffed with Blue Cheese

Ingredients:

Pitted Dates
Danish Blue Cheese
Bacon

Directions:
Slit date. Stuff as much high quality blue cheese into the date as you can fit. Squeeze together. Wrap with a half of a slice of bacon. Secure with a toothpick. Bake at 400 degrees F for 30 minutes.

With party season upon us, add this to your file of must-do gotta-love recipes!

Cheers & Hugs,
Jodi

27 thoughts on “Bacon-Wrapped Dates Stuffed with Blue Cheese

  1. Yummm! Those look so good. And, they look so easy to make. I have a question about blue cheese. Isn’t the “blue” that is in the cheese, mold? LOL! That’s what I have always thought and I could be wrong. Anyway, these look REALLY DELICIOUS!! (Except for the mold).

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      • I LOVE Medjool dates. You might like to try this sometime:

        Soak 1/3 cup RAW cashews in water for, at least, an hour (the longer the better). You can let them soak overnight. Blend (a hefty blender helps) soaked and drained cashews, 1 cup cold water (I usually end up adding maybe an 1/8 of a cup more), 9 – 10 pitted Medjool dates, 1 heaping tablespoon raw cacao powder (I use Navitas brand), and a tsp. of vanilla. After that’s blended well, add a full tray of ice cubes. Blend again until ice is dissolved.

        It makes two good size servings.

        Depending on the size of the dates, I may add more or less.

        I’ll send another good Medjool recipe sometime.

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