Introducing your next obsession: Bronwen Wyatt’s Spiced Prune Caramel Sauce. This caramel, redolent with warm spices and studded with chunks of chopped prunes, is amazing on vanilla ice cream or a simple Chocolate Mug Cake. Coriander may seem to be an unusual spice in a sweet application, but here its citrusy warmth pairs beautifully with the earthy sweetness of prunes.

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These festive Chocolate Crinkle Cookies by Chef Peter Sidwell aren’t only beautiful to look at, they also have less refined sugar thanks to the addition of California Prune Puree. These chocolate crinkle cookies are perfect to bake with kids and we love to serve them with hot chocolate, coffee, or tea.

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Created by Daniele Uditi, Executive Chef, Pizzana West Hollywood and Pizzana Brentwood, Los Angeles, this simple prune jam adds a sweet and tangy hit to a pizza studded with bacon and mint in this dinner recipe. La tur is a French cheese that’s rich and creamy yet mild enough to let the subtle flavors of the prunes come through. If you can’t find la tur, feel free to substitute brie.

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