Brown Sugar Fig Bubbly.

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Brown Sugar Fig Bubbly.

Oh how this fig cocktail is a thing of beauty!

You GUYS. You know it. I get insanely excited for fig season. Even though it only seems to last for about 56 seconds in my area, I live up these weeks of fresh figs and enjoy. I buy them for and and now cocktails. I eat them fresh for a snack and caramelize them for desserts.

And dare I say that this fig cocktail is my new dessert right now?

Just look at that! I want to swan dive into that glass. Juicy fresh figs muddled with brown sugar.

It might rank up there as one of the best things in the world.

Brown Sugar Fig Bubbly.

I have been obsessed with figs ever since I “discovered” them in my early twenties. They aren’t a fruit that we ever ate when I was growing up and I never even saw them in a grocery store. The dried version wasn’t something we had either, and when I found the dried ones?

Dried figs are one of my favorite snacks. I love them with nut butter too – they are super satisfying and I think they make a perfect snack before a workout or when you’re craving something in the later afternoon. They are so easily accessible and I enjoy them approximately 874 times more than dates.

A fig cocktail has been in my brain for awhile now and I almost used fig jam , but for once in my life decided to have patience and use the fresh fruit. There is no beating it!

You’re going to muddle the fresh figs with some brown sugar and a little squeeze of lemon. This was the brainchild of – she was staying with me last week when I first made this. And I tried bourbon first but it REALLY overpowered the fig and prosecco flavor. Way too much. As delicious as the bourbon + fig + brown sugar combo is, you should probably top it off with soda or ginger beer. Not prosecco! And I was sold on using some sort of bubbly.

The lemon works perfectly. You don’t get any tart or bitterness at all – it really just adds enough liquid to muddle and get the amazing fig base. You could even add a little vanilla bean if you wish. Oooooh.

Brown Sugar Fig Bubbly.

Once you have a deliciously syrupy quick fig compote of sorts, add it to your crushed ice and top it with prosecco. The drink is not overly sweet because the prosecco is so dry. It’s refreshing and reeeeeally bubbly.

The most delicious Fig Champagne Cocktail! Muddle fresh figs with some brown sugar and a little squeeze of lemon. Once you have a deliciously syrupy quick fig compote of sorts, add it to your crushed ice and top it with prosecco bubbly!

- 10 to 12 ripe figs sliced and stems removed, plus a few extra for garnish

- 1 750mL chilled bottle of prosecco

- Note: if you have reeeeally small figs, there might be a chance that you need a few more. Make sure the figs are soft and ripe and juicy!

Brown Sugar Fig Bubbly.

- In the bottom of a large glass or jar, add the figs, the brown sugar and the lemon juice. Use a cocktail muddler to mash and muddle the mixture for a full 5 minutes or so, until the figs break down and you have a syrupy mix. You can remove and large pieces of the fig skin at this time too.

- Add ice to the glass and add in your fig mixture. You can do 2 to 3 tablespoons per glass or just divide it evenly. Top each glass with prosecco, add a sliced fig in there and serve!

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BEAUTIFUL liquid dessert! I used to looooove dried and fresh figs…

Brown Sugar Fig Bubbly.

I wait for fig season all year long! This looks perfect for the weekend.

This sounds so amazing! As soon as I’m done being pregnant I want three glasses of it.

I am so obsessed with fresh figs now and I gotta blame that magnificent cheese board. As soon as I can track some figs down, I’m making alllll your fig recipes!

Drinking it right now! So good!

Friday night is now officially cheese board night in our house and this is the perfect cocktail for next Friday!! I can’t wait!

Brown Sugar Fig Bubbly.

YES YES YES!!! My new signature drink for autumn! Thank you!

I’m a little confused. First you say the bourbon+brown sugar+fig is yummy. Then you say the bourbon over powers the figs. Then you say to use Prosecco. Then you say “not Prosecco”, but to use soda or ginger beer’.

so the bourbon+brown sugar+fig combo IS delicious!! it’s amazing for a cocktail or dessert. but if you are going to use a champagne or prosecco , the bourbon overpowers it. that’s why i used lemon juice for the muddling instead of the bourbon .

Ok excuse my fig ignorance but I’m at Trader Joe’s and see black figs and tiger figs- is there a preference here? Or another one that’s missing? Can’t wait to try this- hopefully tonight!

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Oh how this fig cocktail is a thing of beauty!

You GUYS. You know it. I get insanely excited for fig season. Even though it only seems to last for about 56 seconds in my area, I live up these weeks of fresh figs and enjoy. I buy them for and and now cocktails. I eat them fresh for a snack and caramelize them for desserts.

And dare I say that this fig cocktail is my new dessert right now?

Brown Sugar Fig Bubbly.

Just look at that! I want to swan dive into that glass. Juicy fresh figs muddled with brown sugar.

It might rank up there as one of the best things in the world.

I have been obsessed with figs ever since I “discovered” them in my early twenties. They aren’t a fruit that we ever ate when I was growing up and I never even saw them in a grocery store. The dried version wasn’t something we had either, and when I found the dried ones?

Dried figs are one of my favorite snacks. I love them with nut butter too – they are super satisfying and I think they make a perfect snack before a workout or when you’re craving something in the later afternoon. They are so easily accessible and I enjoy them approximately 874 times more than dates.

A fig cocktail has been in my brain for awhile now and I almost used fig jam , but for once in my life decided to have patience and use the fresh fruit. There is no beating it!

Brown Sugar Fig Bubbly.

You’re going to muddle the fresh figs with some brown sugar and a little squeeze of lemon. This was the brainchild of – she was staying with me last week when I first made this. And I tried bourbon first but it REALLY overpowered the fig and prosecco flavor. Way too much. As delicious as the bourbon + fig + brown sugar combo is, you should probably top it off with soda or ginger beer. Not prosecco! And I was sold on using some sort of bubbly.

The lemon works perfectly. You don’t get any tart or bitterness at all – it really just adds enough liquid to muddle and get the amazing fig base. You could even add a little vanilla bean if you wish. Oooooh.

Once you have a deliciously syrupy quick fig compote of sorts, add it to your crushed ice and top it with prosecco. The drink is not overly sweet because the prosecco is so dry. It’s refreshing and reeeeeally bubbly.

The most delicious Fig Champagne Cocktail! Muddle fresh figs with some brown sugar and a little squeeze of lemon. Once you have a deliciously syrupy quick fig compote of sorts, add it to your crushed ice and top it with prosecco bubbly!

- 10 to 12 ripe figs sliced and stems removed, plus a few extra for garnish

Brown Sugar Fig Bubbly.

- 1 750mL chilled bottle of prosecco

- Note: if you have reeeeally small figs, there might be a chance that you need a few more. Make sure the figs are soft and ripe and juicy!

- In the bottom of a large glass or jar, add the figs, the brown sugar and the lemon juice. Use a cocktail muddler to mash and muddle the mixture for a full 5 minutes or so, until the figs break down and you have a syrupy mix. You can remove and large pieces of the fig skin at this time too.

- Add ice to the glass and add in your fig mixture. You can do 2 to 3 tablespoons per glass or just divide it evenly. Top each glass with prosecco, add a sliced fig in there and serve!

Be sure to follow and tag #howsweeteats. You can also post a photo of your recipe to the .

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