Updated: Feb 10
If you’re like me, you’re always looking for fun and creative dishes that you can whip up in the time it takes to open a bottle of wine... well, maybe not that quick! But this Stuffed Date recipe comes very close! Stuff United With Earth Medjool Dates with either Blue Cheese or Goat Cheese and then roast them for a couple minutes, and top with crumbled bacon and a little bit of thyme! It’s the perfect starter to any intimate dinner party! Shopping List: United With Earth Medjool Dates Blue Cheese (or Goat Cheese) Bacon or Prosciutto Olive Oil Salt & Pepper (to taste) Thyme Sprig for garnish (optional) Recipe: -Turn on Broiler -Split Medjool Dates down the middle and remove pit -Stuff with Blue Cheese or Goat Cheese -Drizzle with Olive Oil, Salt & Pepper -Broil for 2 minutes until cheese is slightly melted & slight caramelization of Dates -Top with crispy Bacon and Thyme Sprigs -Serve with a delicious Rosé and ENJOY! With Love, Penny Davidi
Updated: Feb 10
The Holidays are fast approaching and what better way to begin an intimate celebration with close family, than with a beautiful cheese board using United With Earth products. All you need is a little help from Celebrity Chef, Penny Davidi, and before you know it, you'll have a beautiful Cheese Board that will impress everyone! And you can take all the credit! We've made it a little easier by making a grocery list for you! Take a screenshot and head to the grocery store! #UnitedWithEarth Shopping List: United With Earth Medjool Dates United with Earth Mission Figs United With Earth California Figs United With Earth Coconut Date Rolls United With Earth Almond Date Rolls Marcona Almonds Boursin Cheese Blue Cheese or Goat Cheese Garlic & Herb Marinated Olives Grapes Fig Jam 2 or 3 of your favorite brands of Crackers Garnish with Mint or Fig Leaves You can find United With Earth products online at shopdates.com or use our date locator! With Love, Penny Davidi
Updated: Feb 10
Sometimes we're in a rush in the morning and don't have time to make breakfast, or stop at Starbucks.... we all have those kind of mornings, right?! This recipe is perfect for those days, because you can make this Chia Seed Pudding the night before, grab it from the fridge in the morning, and you're off to work... or the couch if you're working from home these days! I love the texture of the pudding, it's rich, but not decadent... that's because we use Greek yogurt! My personal favorite is Chobani, which you can pretty much find at every grocery store! The Medjool Dates give it added sweetness and a little texture. It's the perfect balance of flavors that come together for the perfect breakfast of champions. Be sure to check out my video on how to make this delicious dish, and to get your hands on some Medjool Dates & more products from United With Earth, visit shopdates.com.
Chia Seed Date Pudding
3 pitted & chopped United With Earth Medjool Dates
1 fresh ripe banana, but set aside 1/4 for slicing
1 Tbsp. Almond Butter
1 cup Greek Yogurt like Chobani
1/2 cup Chia Seeds
1/2 cup Oat Milk
-Remove the pits from your dates, slice and place in blender.
- Add your banana and other ingredients.
- Pour in all but a Tsp of your chia seeds (save for the top).
- Blend until incorporated (thick not runny).
- Slice the remainder of your banana and line the bottom of your glass.
- Pour in your pudding and top with more chia seeds, banana slices & fresh dates.
- Refrigerate for at least 4 hours or overnight would be best!
- Remove from fridge and serve!
With Love, Penny Davidi