We can’t seem to get enough figs right now. If you think of them as just the filling for Newtons, you’re in for quite a surprise. They are incredibly versatile—pairing with everything from prosciutto to walnuts to gorgonzola. We’ve collected a range of sweet and savory recipes that show you just how delicious figs can be. We’ll be trying all of them while the season lasts. How about you?

Sweet
Fig Olive Oil Cake

1. Fig Olive Oil Cake: The perfect follow up to our olive oil dessert recipes, this loaf cake goes perfectly with coffee. (via Shutterbean)

Fresh Figs with Cashew Cream

2. Fresh Figs with Cashew Cream: Have you ever tried cashew cream? It’s a great dairy-free alternative to whipped cream. We can’t wait to try it with fresh figs. (via TheKitchn)

Fig and Date Swirl Cookies

3. Fig and Date Swirls: In the mood for some cookies? Try these fun spirals. Or make a batch to freeze and slice and bake later.(via Lottie + Doof)

Fig & Brandy Clafoutis

4. Fig & Brandy Clafoutis: Break out the cast iron pan, this boozy dessert is one of our new favorites. (via The Kitchy Kitchen)

Brown Sugar, Fig, and Gorgonzola Crisp

5. Brown Sugar, Fig, and Gorgonzola Crisp: Cheese in a dessert? How very European. (via How Sweet It Is)

Fig and Walnut Biscotti

6. Fig & Walnut Biscotti: These crispy cookies are the perfect late afternoon snack with a cup of coffee…decaf, of course.(via Smitten Kitchen)

Fig, Mint, and Honey Galette

7. Fig, Mint, and Honey Galette: The folded crust and exposed fig seeds make this galette as pretty to look at as it is delicious to eat. (via Turntable Kitchen)

Grown Up Fig Cookies

8. Grown Up Fig Cookies: For a new take on Fig Newtons, try these bar cookies, with a thick layer of fig-goodness in the middle.(via 101 Cookbooks)

Rye and Yogurt Pancakes with Figs and Fennel Syrup

9. Rye and Yogurt Pancakes with Figs and Fennel Syrup: Talk about unexpected flavors, this recipe will take your breakfast to a whole new level. (via Edible Living)

Cardamom and Brandy Poached Figs

10. Cardamom and Brandy Poached Figs: Cardamom is one of our favorite spices, and it goes perfectly with poached figs. (via The View from Great Island)

Savory
Burgers with Figs, Caramelized Onions, and Goat Cheese

11. Burgers with Figs, Caramelized Onions, and Goat Cheese: Combined with caramelized onions figs make a delectable relish for your favorite burger recipe. (via Confessions of a Foodie Bride)

Open Faced Italian Fig Sandwich

12. Open Faced Italian Fig Sandwich: Sliced figs are an unexpected, yet welcome, addition to almost any sandwich—this cured meat one, included. (via Spoon Fork Bacon)

Fig Pizza

13. Fig Pizza: Figs, red onions, herbs, and ricotta. It doesn’t get much better than that. Don’t worry that you can’t read the recipe at first—scroll to the bottom for the English translation. (via Lemonstale)

Ginger Jeweled Salad

14. Ginger Jeweled Salad: You can make this salad year round since the figs in it are dried. (via 101 Cookbooks)

Prosciutto and Cheese Wrapped Figs

15. Prosciutto and Cheese Wrapped Figs: We can’t wait to dig into these appetizers. Especially since they involve one of our favrotie cheeses—Burrata.(via Chaos in the Kitchen)

Fig and Walnut Spaghetti

16. Fig and Walnut Spaghetti: Once again, figs and walnuts! This time in a wonderfully fresh spaghetti dish. Make it even healthier by using whole wheat pasta. (via Green Kitchen Stories)

Quinoa, Sweet Peppers, Arugula & Fig Salad

17. Quinoa, Sweet Peppers, Arugula & Fig Salad: There had to be a recipe involving quinoa right? This salad makes a great lunch. We love how the peppery arugula complements the fig. (via Vegenista)

Fig Bruschetta

18. Fig Bruschetta: Want something similar to the fig pizza, but without having to fire up the oven? Try this tasty bruschetta recipe instead. (via White on Rice Couple)

Fig Chutney

19. Fig Chutney: If you have an abundance of figs, try making this fig chutney. It can go on almost any dish. (via David Lebovitz)

Fig and Ricotta Tartine

20. Fig and Ricotta Tartine: The drizzle of honey on top of this tartine is what really makes the recipe stand out. It’s the perfect combination of savory and sweet. (via Because I’m Addicted)

Which of these recipes are you excited to try? Tell us in the comments!