Bacon-wrapped Fig with Boursin cheese

FIGJAM (Bacon Fig and Boursin appetizer)

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FIGJAM- After eating this delectable app- You will be saying 

F*CK I’m Good….Just Ask Me!

This appetizer features a sweet fig, savory goat cheese, and salty bacon- Hard to beat this super easy 3-ingredient Keto Bacon Fig and Boursin appetizer

Bacon-wrapped Fig with Boursin cheese
5 from 34 votes


Delicious fig, and Savoury Boursin cheese, wrapped in bacon
Prep Time30 minutes
Active Time20 minutes
Total Time50 minutes
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Bacon-wrapped fig, Fig and Boursin, fig appetizer, keto fig recipe
Yield: 30
Author: Pha Kyu



  • 18 Fresh Figs
  • 1 5.2oz Boursin Garlic and Herb Gournay Cheese
  • 1 12 oz package Thin-cut Bacon


  • Wash and cut figs in 1/2 lengthwise
  • Add ½ tsp of Boursin cheese to the top of each fig
  • Use ½ piece of bacon to wrap each fig (⅓ of a piece may work depending on the fig size) Overlap the ends at the back of the fig, and use a toothpick to hold the bacon in place
  • Roast at 400 degrees for approximately 22 minutes or until bacon is fully cooked
  • Place each roasted fig on a paper towel to drain
  • Transfer to a serving platter and enjoy


Bacon Fig and Boursin Appetizer

  • When you make bacon wrapped figs, use fresh figs in this recipe. These figs are stuffed and wrapped to showcase a sweet and salty flavor combination.
  • Buy thin-cut bacon strips for this recipe- It wraps better
  • Make sure the bacon is crispy before taking this app out of the oven
  • Be sure to set on a paper towel before serving to allow any saturated fats from the bacon to drain
  • Amp up your Figs and Bacon appetizer by drizzling a little Balsamic glaze over each.
  • Delicious on a charcuterie tray – perfect for your next party/ holiday party
  • I like to serve these delicious figs right out of the oven.
  • I have re-warmed these the next day- still so good
  • You will definitely DIG the FIG

Why do we love appetizers?

Research shows that savory appetizers whet our appetite and digestive system for a heavier meal to come. Appetizers are important to showcase your creativity.  They keep your guests satisfied while other foods are being prepared.  Lastly, since appetizers are generally quick to prepare, they can simplify and reduce the total time of preparation.  Delicious appetizers give us small tastes of amazing.


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Bacon Fig and Boursin Appetizer

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3 Responses

  1. 5 stars
    I had a party today and knew I’d have next to no time to cook a dish the day of. Last night I assembled the bacon, fig, and boursin and waiting until the first guest arrived to put these in the oven. Followed the cooking instructions and they came out beautifully! The only negative is that I was looking forward to the leftovers and of course… there were none. 🙂

  2. 5 stars
    These are sweet and salty melt-in your mouth goodness. I had no idea I would love figs this much. I made them on the grill. Love❤️

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