These Braised Short Ribs are cooked in the oven until tender and oh so tasty. The recipe was created for us by the talented chef Stephanie Cmar, who you might remember from three seasons of Top Chef! This dish is meant to feed a crowd, and while it must bake for a long time, it’s easy to prepare.

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There are so many delicious ways to enjoy our Grain-Free Maple Granola with Prunes. Our favorite? Sprinkle on top of a bowl of yogurt, then drizzle with prune purée. Bonus: Both Prunes + Yogurt are gut-health superstars. Best breakfast (or snack) ever.

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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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Recipe by Meg van der Kruik for California Prunes

Got five minutes? That’s all you need to whip up this individual Chocolate Mug Cake. This warm, gooey dessert is the perfect way to satisfy your sweet tooth!

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Recipe by Meg van der Kruik for California Prunes

Looking for an easy, on-the-go snack? Chocolate Energy Balls are the perfect way to fuel any adventure. Whip up a batch of these easy energy balls to eat for snacks, pre-or-post workout, or for an indulgent and healthy treat.

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Recipe by Meg van der Kruik for California Prunes

Why order takeout when you can have Chicken Teriyaki Bowls on the table in under a half-hour? Make the teriyaki sauce ahead of time and keep it on hand to create a variety of quick and easy weeknight meals. Since the chicken and broccoli both cook on a sheet pan, there’s less clean-up, too. What more could you ask for?

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Recipe by Alison Needham for California Prunes 

This low sugar easy BBQ Sauce recipe is refined sugar-free, tangy, delicious – and sweetened with California Prunes! Use it to glaze meats on the grill, make pulled chicken or pork, stir into baked beans, or as a dip for fries and nuggets. It will keep for up to a month in the refrigerator. Naturally sweetened | Paleo-friendly | Gluten-free option 

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