Blue Cheese Stuffed Date

Blue Cheese Stuffed Date

  • Servings: 10-36
  • Difficulty: easy
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Blue Cheese Stuffed Date
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My wife went to a party the other day and needed to take some one bite appetizer food. So I made three for her to take 1. Blue Cheese Stuffed Dates 2. Pimento Cheese topped biscuit crackers 3. Jalapeno Popper Cheese balls topped with candied jalapenos.

She said the biggest hits were these dates and the jalapeno poppers. Admittedly, I am not a fan of the date but also don’t hate them either. I went to party a few years ago and had an app that was blue cheese date wrapped in a bacon and served warm. I stuffed several and tried it various ways and think adding the pecan really turned out well and it also didn’t require bacon. First time I think I have said that line.

Sweet from the date, a punch of creamy blue cheese, crunch and heat from the pecan. Super one biter.

Ingredients:
A package of pitted dates
Blue Cheese that you have tried
Cream Cheese
Worcestershire Sauce
Trader Joe’s Sweet and Spicy Pecans

Directions:
1. The reason I don’t have measurements is because I don’t know how many you are making. I made 36 so I used 1/2 lbs of good blue cheese, 2-3 oz of cream cheese and a splash of Worcestershire. The mixing is better if the cheese are at room temperature.

2. Take a date and cut one side and open it like a taco. Stuff some of the cheese mixture in it and top with a candied pecan. Before you start making these in mass you need to taste it. If you are happy with it, commence the stuffing. This is the time to nail your blue cheese to cream cheese ratio. I was about a 2 to 1 ratio since making them for guests but if I knew the people I would have gone 3:1 because I really like blue cheese. The only reason I add the cream cheese it to make it more creamy and to make bind better. Lastly if you don’t have sweet and spicy pecans you can buy them or make them by melting some butter and brown sugar and adding Cayenne pepper. Put them on a sheet tray and cook in the oven to harden. 200 degrees.
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