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 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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Incredibly light, airy chocolate crepes are layered with a chocolate cream filling that is sure to win fans. The richly flavored chocolate crepe batter is made easily in the blender – this Decadent Chocolate Crepe Cake recipe by Meg van der Kruik of This Mess Is Ours is definitely easier than it looks!

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Chef Kate Ramos shared a version of this traditional holiday sweet that was loaded with California grown prunes and nuts in a cooking class, and we were hooked. Serve this homemade panforte as a treat by itself, or add it to a cheeseboard for a sweet option that pairs beautifully with cheese and fruit, wine or coffee. Since this panforte recipe is naturally gluten-free, it’s something everyone can enjoy.

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Customize this bubbly, refreshing cocktail with your choice of sparkling wine or sparkling water. Either way, this fun prune juice Stormy Sparkler recipe from KC of G-Free Foodie is completely delicious. 
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These divine Creamy Prune Caramel Mocha Pops taste like your favorite caramel mocha, thanks to the deep caramel notes in the California Prune juice. They get their creaminess from bananas and coconut milk, making them dairy-free and 100% plant-based!

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