So happy to have been able to share some of these cookies with you and your sons. The oldest recipe that I could find was a similar date-nut pinwheel cookie recipe in Betty Crocker’s Cooky Book, originally published in 1963. 1/2 cup sugar. Wayback Wednesday: Is this South Park School? Am sure you will like them if you give them a try! I know these mementoes are worth a million dollars to you. As I try out some of these recipes and share them online, it is with a nod to saving some of the rich heritage of these treats, as well as trying to preserve some of the flavors from the past. baking soda; ½ tsp. Most often made around the holidays, our pretty date pinwheels are made year round in our bakery. They do freeze well! It was the final picture with the cup of coffee that sold me! Remove from freezer, slice with a sharp knife and bake. Rebecca Mealey from Northeastern Georgia, USA on June 04, 2012: these look like they are to die for! Nice that you will be trying these old fashioned cookies dating back to my grandmother's time. Meanwhile, make the filling by combine the dates, pecans, water and white sugar in a saucepan set … Merry Christmas to you and your family Peggy. There are a few steps when prepping, so I sometimes freeze the dough and bake later. Ingredients are on source website with this recipe. A cookie with such healthy ingredients should have "energy bar" somewhere in its title. Many of them contain only the list of ingredients and assume the person making the recipe would know how to proceed. Recipes from the past are unique and utterly delicious. Guess I'll be baking more in the near future. 3/4 pound pitted dates, chopped; 1/3 cup granulated sugar; 1/3 cup water; 1 cup packed brown sugar; 1/4 cup shortening; 1/4 cup butter, softened; 1 egg; 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract; 1 1/3 cups all-purpose flour ; 1/4 teaspoon salt; Cook dates, granulated sugar and water in a saucepan over medium-low heat. I really loved the taste of the dates and chopped nuts. Appreciate your comment. Wayback Wednesday: Candle Tea Memories – 1962. Perhaps I will make one more batch prior to Christmas. They are delicious! Date-nut pinwheel cookies are attractive, delicious, and full of fruit and nuts. I wish that I could share a couple of these delicious cookies with you right now! Chewy and fruity. Char Milbrett from Minnesota on November 27, 2016: Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on February 14, 2016: I am so pleased that you enjoyed reading this old fashioned cookie recipe of mine. The making of the recipe has been nicely described here in the hub. Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on January 03, 2020: Most of my relatives are also gone now, but when I follow their recipes it makes me think of the times we shared. In some cases, the paper scraps are crumbling, and amounts can no longer be determined. 1/2 tsp. Chill overnight. Oct 11, 2016 - Pinwheel cookies with dates and walnuts are a family treasure. Add eggs and beat well. This is a good one! I love it. These date nut pinwheels are a family favorite that we have been making at the holidays for as long as I can remember. So, let’s get to work on my momma’s Date Pinwheel Cookies. https://thebakingpan.com/recipes/cookie/date-pinwheel-cookies Add brown sugar and beat well. :) :). Lunch boxes typically had some cookies packaged up in waxed paper along with a sandwich, piece of fruit, and thermos of milk. Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on April 14, 2015: Some of those old timey recipes are hard to beat! I'm almost ready to start baking now for the holidays, and when I make these cookies again, I will think of you! 4 cups all-purpose flour. Prep: 45 mins. Seeing the pictures I’m unable to control water in my mouth. Thanks for your comment. Bookmark this recipe to cookbook online. Combine the flour, baking soda, and salt together in a small mixing bowl. 1 c. white sugar; 1 c. brown sugar; 1 c. butter, softened; 3 eggs, beaten; 4 c. flour; 1 tsp. Really, you have a couple of these with a cup of coffee in the morning and you'll be satisfied. The recipe makes three rolls of dough, which can be frozen until ready to bake. Make these ahead and freeze or serve warm out of the oven. Good appetite! So, let’s get to work on my momma’s Date Pinwheel Cookies. ½ tsp. I'm linking my hub "Living a Good Lifestyle from the Little that We Have" hub to this hub. Wrap in plastic. The handwritten recipe even looks like my grandmother's handwriting! Mary Hyatt from Florida on December 13, 2014: Just wanted to come back to let you know: I made these cookies and they truly are wonderful. : ) I love your opening paragraph, the photo of your grandmother's original recipe and the idea of preserving your heritage. Those were the days when women generally wore dresses in the house and little aprons were also common. Will share. Returning them your way as well. Put the dates, granulated sugar, water, and ground nuts into a saucepan on top of the stove and bring to a boil. Aug 13, 2017 - Buttery cookies with a pecan-cinnamon swirl filling are easy to make and a hit with kids of all ages. Date Nut Pinwheel Cookies (Gluten Free) recipe by Kim Sands, is from Favorite Recipes, one of the cookbooks created at FamilyCookbookProject.com. What beautiful cookies! I grew up watching and helping my mother make homemade cookies. Sweet chopped dates and crunchy walnuts rolled in cookie dough and sliced into pinwheels make a simple and tasty cookie. This cookie gets even better with time! Date pinwheel cookies are a holiday standard in our family. Baked Christmas Breakfast Pinwheel. The taste completes the picture! For years I have made Date Pinwheel Cookies that turn into hocky pucks several hours after they are baked. The picture of your Mom is so cute in her what looks like her apron, wearing a shirt dress. Origins The first inventor of the whirligig, or pinwheel, is not known. Oh well...live and learn! Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on June 04, 2012: Wish I could give you that cup of coffee and some of these date nut cookies. I just happen to have some dates in the pantry so I've marked this to try. this time of the year I begin selecting new recipes, a few each season, to try out. Date Nut Pinwheel Cookies II Recipe. Yield: 4; Cooking time: 45 Min; Publisher: Allrecipes.com; Tweet; Ingredients . Back to Date Pinwheel Cookies. 6 product reviews This old-fashioned cookie harks back to Grandma's cookbook. I was just worried about the copyright issues. What did you think about this recipe? Date-Nut Pinwheel Cookies. They are definitely NOT low fat or low in sugar, but much of the sweetness comes from naturally sweet dates. A friend suggested that I look at the Betty Crocker recipe. Part 1: The dough. Your cookie will end up being a much larger cookie than if you start rolling it from the largest margin across. Shared on FB. salt 1 tsp. And then the photo of your mother. Think of you often. The recipe originates back to some saved recipes from her mother, my beloved grandma. Hugs! Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on July 28, 2013: This really is an old fashioned cookie that takes a bit of time with the preparation...but is oh so good! All Rights Reserved. I guess our tears go into these recipes....but that's OK. Peace, Paula. Pinwheel cookies are one of my favorite cookies as well. Have a wonderful day! Bake 10-12 minutes or until set. Indeed they are awesome in taste! ½ tsp baking soda . Most of them are jotted down on scraps of paper and are handwritten. Trim store-bought pie dough into an 8-inch square. This recipe makes rolled cookies with a date-filled center. The grocery list – 1 (8 ounce) package fresh dates, all-purpose flour, granulated sugar, pure vanilla extract, baking soda, salt, butter, light brown sugar, pecans or walnuts, and an egg. I have done most of my baking and have already given away the gifts. Filling: 2 packages (8 ounces each) pitted dates. These look so deeeeelishusss as my baby grandboy says. Divide the dough into three or more parts and roll out onto a well-floured board to about a 1/4 inch thickness or a little less. Thanks for sharing the instructions and helpful pictures. Place 1/2 of the date nut filling over each rolled out disk. Ingredients. Thanks for letting me know and also for sharing the recipe with others. baking soda; ½ tsp. I like how rolling them up and then slicing them gives them the distinctive spiral. Wayback Wednesday: Can You Identify the School Principals? Beat together the shortening, brown sugar, and eggs until smooth. Cook 10 minutes and cool. The oldest recipe that I could find was a similar date-nut pinwheel cookie recipe in Betty Crocker’s Cooky Book, originally published in 1963. Voted you up, useful, and awesome! They feature the classic combination of peanut butter and chocolate in an attractive swirl. by Anita. Patricia Scott from North Central Florida on August 30, 2015: Hope all is good with you and your family. ½ cup sugar. Kitty Fields from Summerland on June 18, 2012: These look beyond amazing! The ones that are spattered the most were probably family favorites and attest to them being often handled and used as a reference when baking or cooking. Combine the flour, baking soda, and salt together in a small mixing bowl. I’ve got nice ideas of different cookie recipes from this post and tried a few ones. Bake in 375 oven for 10-12 minutes. —Kandy Dick, Junction, … For filling, place dates, water, and sugar in a large saucepan. https://thebakingpan.com/recipes/cookie/date-pinwheel-cookies You're awesome! How fortunate one would be to find these under their tree!
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