Prunes With Benefits – It’s Not All About The Fiber #AmazingPrune #spon

With the beginning of the new year, I have been trying to incorporate more healthy ingredients and recipes into the day to day and one ingredient that really knocked me off my stilettos was the simple prune. Now, I know sometimes people give prunes a bad rap but hear me out. If you like plums, you will love prunes – sweet, complex and full of flavor and, not only are they good for you, but they are fantastic in recipes.

Spry Living is featuring my recipe for Spiced Chicken with Sunsweet Prunes and Apricots, which sounds exotic but could not be easier to prepare and, an added bonus – they are hosting the Amazing Prune Sweepstakes where you can enter to win $1,000. In addition, they have a free bone health quiz that you can take (Note – you do not have to take the quiz to enter the sweepstakes).

For this recipe and a chance to enter to win the Amazing Prune Sweepstakes, check out my post at Spry Living.

Spiced-Chicken-With Sunsweet-Prunes-and-Apricots

Thank you to Sunsweet for being a sponsor. I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective. All opinions expressed here are my own.

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  1. says

    I love prunes! I have a recipe for an apricot and prune stuffed pork loin that is delicious. Plus, I buy the individually wrapped prunes for a sweet afternoon treat for myself. It’s really unfortunate that people don’t use them more often in cooking.
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