8 Ramadan recipes using dates
Yay with it being Ramadan, i just had to put together my 8 Ramadan recipes using dates. There are so many benefits to eating dates. Not only is it a great source of energy, it also does all of this.
These spelt, white chocolate and cranberry cookies are a bit of a revelation to me. I wasn’t expecting to like them. I was literally just making the recipe up as I went along and praying it would work! They turned out so great, that even my kids LOVED them.
These dark chocolate and stem ginger anzac biscuits are the stuff dreams are made of. The never ending debate around whether or not anzacs should be soft or hard, is kinda boring. Like.. just make a decision guys and adjust your recipe accordingly. 😉 I make them both ways, depending on my mood. The ones pictured here are the softer variety, made with caster sugar and baked for a shorter time.
I prefer the darker ones overall and therefore the recipe below, is for the darker ones.
I really did not know what to call this! Is it a deep pan cookie? A skillet cookie? A Cast iron pan cookie or is it cookie dough. I settled for this title because it covers all the bases. A triple chocolate cookie in a skillet/cast iron pan is so delicious and is a real crowd pleaser. It looks good too! When you get into the middle, you are basically in chocolate lava land. Drop some ice cream in and all is good. 🙂
This is something everyone should make. It is perfect for that day off from healthy eating that some of us eagerly anticipate all week. I would strongly suggest that you only make this in a cast iron pan although. You can try it in a cake tin and cook for slightly longer if you want to. It will yield similar results but it won’t be the same.
I will be putting up a recipe for a copycat Pizza Hut style cookie dough soon so keep your eyes peeled for that.
These date biscuits are delicious and again really easy to make. They are chewy, sweet and despite their small size, quite a satisfying snack.
*Based on 25 cookies