{Tu B'Shvat} 25 date recipes

By | January 16, 2014

tu bshvat platter gilabrand

Although I’m not much of a fruit eater, I do like me a good date. The only problem is that once you’ve split it open, removed the pit, and held it up to the light to check for bugs, it’s mushed, it’s squooshed, and honestly, it’s lost most of its appeal. That’s why I prefer to use dates in recipes. You do all the prep ahead of time, and when you sit down to eat, that’s all you have to do. No checking, no sticky hands, just pure date goodness.

In honor of Tu B’Shvat, I’ve collected 25 date recipes. If you have a box of Medjools sitting on your counter, this should give you some ideas. And if you don’t have a box of Medjools? You might want to go out and get some.

Tu B’Shvat, previously: Carob hazelnut fudge


Lunch & Dinner Items



elana on January 16, 2014 at 10:50 pm.

my new obsession that i learned just this year is to split the date open and after checking, place a walnut inside (kinda like a pit) and close it up….reminds me of charoset from pesach…


Tali Simon on January 17, 2014 at 9:46 am.



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