Valentine’s Day Stuffed Prunes

Ahhhh…With Valentine’s Day right around the corner….LOVE IS IN THE AIR.

Or…..lots of chocolate and lots of red and pink stuff.

This recipe isn’t chocolate but it does have a lot of PINK!!!

This recipe is super simple and quick to make. You won’t waste any of your precious “Love Day” time. Simple ingredients but a delicious taste.

The pink cream gets its coloring from beets!!! How fun is that!

 

The cream is perfect with the vegan cream cheese but I have also made these with soaked cashews. It is a different flavor and consistency but still delicious with the overall cute idea of VALENTINE’S DAY!!

 

Simple and Healthy

 

 

  • PRUNES

    High in Fiber

    Good Source of Potassium

    Good Source of Iron

    Boron for Strong Bones

    May slow development of atherosclerosis

    Can Suppress Hunger

    Lowers risk of Colon Cancer

    Provides Energy without Blood Sugar Spike

  • WALNUTS

    May Protect against Prostate Cancer

    Contains L-Arganine for Heart Health

    Plant Based Omega 3-ALA

    Improves Reproductive Health in Men

    Numerous neuroprotective compound (Vitamin E, Folate, Melatonin, Omega-3)

    EFA’s increase calcium Absorption and Deposition

  • BEETS

    Nitrates Help Improves Blood Pressure

    Nitrates Boost Endurance

    Betaine can Help Prevent Fat Buildup in Liver

    Fiber Rich

    Aphrodisiac

    Anti-Inflammatory

    Cell Detoxification


Valentine's Day Stuffed Prunes
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Quick and easy stuffed prunes perfect for a Valentine's Day Treat.
Servings Prep Time
25-30 Prunes 10 mins
Servings Prep Time
25-30 Prunes 10 mins
Valentine's Day Stuffed Prunes
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Quick and easy stuffed prunes perfect for a Valentine's Day Treat.
Servings Prep Time
25-30 Prunes 10 mins
Servings Prep Time
25-30 Prunes 10 mins
Ingredients
Servings: Prunes
Instructions
  1. Blend cream cheese, vanilla, sugar and beet until smooth.
  2. Make a valley into the prunes and spoon in cream.
  3. Finish with "whole" walnut.
  4. Enjoy!
Recipe Notes

**For aesthetics walnuts should be whole and not broken to resemble a heart.

 

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