By UmmBinat on August 04, 2010
Photo by Nasseh
Photo by Nasseh
"This delicious sweet with surprise you as to how good it tastes. It's just perfect along with a glass* of tea masha Allah. - A strongly brewed tea is traditionally served in small glasses throughout the Middle East. I'm sure this would be wonderful as a treat during Ramadan as well. Modified from a recipe found on http://www.yasalamcooking.com."
Serving Size: 1 (23 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 16
"The hubby & kids enjoyed these for dessert tonight. Supper easy & fast to make. Made for Ramadan Tag 2011"
"This is so yummy. Very easy to do. I'll try different variation. Cinnamon, pecans, coconut.... Thanks UmmBinat :) Made for Ramadan tag game"
"If there was a ten star button, I'd give this recipe that! So simple yet so addictive! Made for Ramadan Tag 2010"
"What a wonderful treat! I halved the recipe, otherwise made as directed. These were easy to make, wonderfully sweet, and loved the walnuts. Thanks for sharing the recipe!"
"We couldn't wait to eat this that instead of rolling into balls the mixture was spooned on top of
drained whole milk plain yogurt. Mmmm! Reviewed for Ramadan Tag August. Thank you! PS I also added pistachios, too."
"What an excellent sweet treat! My dates were rock hard, so I soaked them before chopping, and I used a blend of cassava and coconut flour and tapioca starch to be gluten free. Also I omitted the additional brown sugar because the dates are sweet enough for my taste. Enjoyed with rose scented white tea - wonderful! Thanks for posting.
Made for Ramadan Tag 2010."