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Date Delight

A family favorite. makes a nice dessert for company as well. A nice change from cake or pie.

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50mins
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directions

  • Boil dates in water with salt.
  • Simmer for 3 minutes.
  • Add marshmallows; stir til marshmallows are melted.
  • Add nuts and allow to cool for 15 minutes.
  • Spread half of the Oreo crumbs in a 10"x6" dish.
  • Spread date mixture over crumbs.
  • Top with whipped cream (or you may use Cool Whip).
  • Sprinkle with remaining crumbs.
  • Chill for 3-4 hours.
  • (May be made night before and chilled overnight).
  • Note: This may be doubled and put in a 13"x9" dish.
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"A family favorite. makes a nice dessert for company as well. A nice change from cake or pie."
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  1. Debbb
    I just had to try this recipe because of the unique flavour combination (dates, marshmallows & Oreo cookies???). My DH & I both loved this dessert. I used Ultra low fat Cool Whip in place of the heavy cream so it wasn't too high in fat. You should try this recipe - I bet you'll be pleasantly surprised!!
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  2. Debbb
    I just had to try this recipe because of the unique flavour combination (dates, marshmallows & Oreo cookies???). My DH & I both loved this dessert. I used Ultra low fat Cool Whip in place of the heavy cream so it wasn't too high in fat. You should try this recipe - I bet you'll be pleasantly surprised!!
    Reply
  3. susan
    A family favorite. makes a nice dessert for company as well. A nice change from cake or pie.
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