Even though this stone fruit is small, it packs in a lot of tangy-sweet flavor. Once of our favorite things is to throw fresh apricot halves on the grill to make a juicy, charred salad or dessert. Or we mix chopped dried apricots with nuts and oats to create energy-dense power bars that keep us going all day long. There are so many ways to use this fruit and Food & Wine has most of them covered. Try these fun recipes for snacks, breakfast, dinner and more.

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Apricot Pâte de Fruit
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According to Jacques Pépin, "Pâtes de fruits, or fruit jellies, are very popular around the holidays—and usually expensive." In France, pâtes de fruits are sold in high-end pâtisseries or pastry shops. The French roll them in sanding sugar, which has large crystals that cling to the candy without melting. Table sugar also works, as long as the jellies are rolled in it just before serving. More Desserts by Jacques Pépin