history of date nut pinwheel cookies

Susie Lehto from Minnesota on December 13, 2014: It has been several years since I had one of these yummy little date cookies. Recipes from the past are unique and utterly delicious. (tip: filling is sticky; bake on parchment lined cookie sheet. Bake at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for 10 minutes or until browned. Are you really happy now that you're going to make a happy, lazy retired woman, BAKE? Yes...they would make excellent gifts for special occasions. I feel like tasting your cup of coffee with the cookies. For years I have made Date Pinwheel Cookies that turn into hocky pucks several hours after they are baked. but I can only imagine how wonderful these smell and taste. 1 cup packed brown sugar. 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. Thanks for your comment. Add eggs and beat well. Reduce while stirring until the mixture turns into a thick paste. Aug 13, 2017 - Buttery cookies with a pecan-cinnamon swirl filling are easy to make and a hit with kids of all ages. Ha! 5 comments. Visit original page with recipe. ;) I'm looking forward to trying these out! Mar 22, 2018 - POPSUGAR delivers the biggest moments, the hottest trends, and the best tips in entertainment, fashion, beauty, fitness, and food and the ability to shop for it all in one place. So they definitely have his stamp of approval! My husband occasionally helps himself to a couple of them. I imagine her face, peeking at her own hand-written recipe and knowing that other people are going to use her recipe. LOL. (The hand-written recipe called for 12 to 15 minutes, but with our oven, I found that to be too much time. The pinwheel has a long history that spans the globe. Date Nut Pinwheels. The recipe originates back to some saved recipes from her mother, my beloved grandma. Sweet chopped dates and crunchy walnuts rolled in cookie dough and sliced into pinwheels make a simple and tasty cookie. beingwell from Bangkok on March 26, 2013: I love cookies together with tea or coffee. Thanks! ½ cup sugar I can't do cookies because I have a very small oven (George Foreman toaster/rotisserie) so I would have to make about 6 cookies at a time, but if I ever get a bigger oven, I will definitely give these a go! Enjoy! Voted up and sharing with followers and on Facebook. So, let’s get to work on my momma’s Date Pinwheel Cookies. Date Pinwheels Recipe. With my German heritage coming from my mother's side of the family, no meal was complete without some type of sweet treat to finish it off. Although I am not a coffee drinker I do like sweets like this paired with my hot earl grey black tea. Thanks for your comment. baking powder. A friend suggested that I look at the Betty Crocker recipe. baking soda; ½ tsp. Great hub, photo and recipe. This is what I could call a perfect "breakfast cookie." Date Nut Pinwheel Cookies from Jo Cooks. Remove from pans to wire racks to cool. Have a great day. carton) 1 c. sugar 1 c. water 1 c. chopped nuts 1 c. shortening 2 c. brown sugar 3 eggs, well beaten 4 c. sifted flour 1/2 tsp. I assume that something is missing from the recipe. Thanks for your comment. This week’s Tuesdays with Dorie recipe from Dorie’s Cookies was Date-Nut Pinwheels. Stir in walnuts; cool completely. Cut into slices 1/4" thick, and place on greased cookie sheet. They are delicious! Date Nut Pinwheel Cookies. Thanks for commenting, voting and sharing this hub regarding the old fashioned rolled date nut cookies. While good...the next time I bake these cookies, I will use ground nuts as the recipe called for, because it will be easier to slice the cookies prior to baking if the nuts are smaller. Dorie says: Growing up in New York City, I remember date-nut bread, date pudding, date-nut cake and cookies with a filling that might have been the date version of Fig Newtons. See more ideas about cookies, pinwheel cookies, gingerbread cookies. this time of the year I begin selecting new recipes, a few each season, to try out. It is falling apart, but I still refer to it. :O) Hugs G-Ma. Dates and Nuts are historically popular elements of Christmas cookies. Any help would be appreciated. Mary Hyatt from Florida on June 06, 2012: Hi Check your email. There are a few steps when prepping, so I sometimes freeze the dough and bake later. Audrey Hunt from Idyllwild Ca. The directions are very clear, and I think these cookies would sell well in Thailand. Winston-Salem © 2020. Roll into logs. Tonette Fornillos from The City of Generals on September 07, 2012: Oh Peggy, how I loved this. Combine the flour, baking soda, and salt together in a small mixing bowl. Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on June 19, 2012: Reading about food can do that to you. Thanks! —Frieda Whiteley, Lisbon, Connecticut Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered, until dates are tender and liquid is almost evaporated. Roll each portion between two sheets of waxed paper into a 12×10-in. Cream butter in a large mixing bowl; gradually add brown sugar, beating well. If your family likes sweet treats that have some nutritional value, the dates and nuts add some wholesome goodness to this old fashioned cookie recipe that dates back to my grandmother's time. Place dates in a saucepan. These old fashioned cookies freeze well and seem to improve in flavor over time...as you know. Remove waxed paper. 97% Date Nut Pinwheel Cookies I Allrecipes.com This recipe makes rolled cookies with a date-filled center.... 45 Min; 24 Yield; Bookmark. Cut roll into 1/4-inch-thick slices and place on lightly-greased or parchment-lined baking sheets. $14.99. Many of them are so good. Success! Instead of focusing just on figs, or dates, I decided to use a combination of dates, figs and cranberries. I am pleased that you are sharing your Grandmother's delicious cookie recipe. Divide dough into 2 balls. Remove from heat; stir in chopped walnuts. Cook: 12 mins. 2 large eggs. Thanks for your comment and the share. Patricia Scott from North Central Florida on August 06, 2013: This looks like a cookie I need to add to my files for the holidays. It is the only time during the entire year that we have them and that of course is part of what makes them special. The recipe makes three rolls of dough, which can be frozen until ready to bake. Add the cinnamon, baking soda, salt, and flour to the mixture, and blend until well combined. by flatoutbread. ). There are a few steps when prepping, so I sometimes freeze the dough and bake later. I love pinwheel cookies. :). Have a wonderful day! Slice cookies 1/4-inch thick; place on lightly greased cookie sheet and bake for 12 minutes, or until evenly browned in a 350 ºF oven. December Feast: Date-Nut Pinwheel Cookies, Blast from the Past: Stories from our History. 1 c. white sugar; 1 c. brown sugar; 1 c. butter, softened; 3 eggs, beaten; 4 c. flour; 1 tsp. Thanks for your comment. Recipes from years gone by, to my way of thinking are the very best, and this one looks absolutely delicious. TANJIM ARAFAT SAJIB from Bangladesh on February 12, 2016: Good news for the cookie and sweet lovers. oliversmum from australia on April 14, 2015: Peggy W Hi. Date Nut Pinwheel Cookies. These look so deeeeelishusss as my baby grandboy says. Hoping all is good with you and yours....I think of you often and intend to send an email but...you know how it is...time slips away. :). Ingredients: 1 cup butter, softened. So happy to have been able to share some of these cookies with you and your sons. Add flour (sifted with salt and … Hope you like them as much as we do! Place 2 in. Bake 10-12 minutes or until set. 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. 1 cup water. Roll out each ball about 1/8-inch thick and shape into a large circular disk. Thanks for the pin. Kristin Trapp from Illinois on June 03, 2012: Your grandmother's kitchen must have always smelled fabulous! Hope you give them a try! However, history does indicate wind-driven whirligigs existed in China in 400 BC and in the Sasanian Empire by 700 AD, with the use of windmills. Back to Date Pinwheel Cookies. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. They feature the classic combination of peanut butter and chocolate in an attractive swirl. If you like dates and nuts you are sure to like these cookies! 1 c. white sugar; 1 c. brown sugar; 1 c. butter, softened; 3 eggs, beaten; 4 c. flour; 1 tsp. I often make pan cookies just to save time. I really loved the taste of the dates and chopped nuts. Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on January 26, 2020: So happy that reading this brought back memories of baking with your grandmother. Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on June 03, 2012: These cookies actually do improve in flavor over time. Appreciate you comment and vote up. My husband finished his lunch today with a couple of them as a sweet treat. They are a favorite dessert, particularly at Christmas. on January 02, 2020: Your grandmother must be smiling from heaven. Roll out dough to 1/4" thick, and spread date mixture all over the top to the edge of the dough. They kind of resemble cinnamon rolls but thinner. Joyln. If you want larger cookies, and you have rolled out a rectangular size cookie batter as I did (refer to the photos above) then just start rolling them from the smallest sized edge towards the other. I haven't made rolled cookies in a while, and this recipe looks great. In the meantime, thanks for your comment and votes. For me, they are special for another reason. Pinwheel cookies are one of my favorite cookies as well. In a nutshell, A sweet jam of chopped dates and walnuts is rolled into a simple cookie dough. :) Voted up and awesome! 1 cup water. Also Pinning and Tweeting. 1 cup sugar. I was just worried about the copyright issues. Spread the date/nut mixture onto the dough and roll the dough jellyroll fashion, crimping the edges together. So if the English were so fond of tea after meals, Germans were with sweet treats.. that's awesome Peggy. I am trying not to make all of these luscious recipes. Put the dates, granulated sugar, water, and ground nuts into a saucepan on top of the stove and bring to a boil. Have a wonderful day! She was a multitasker. Movie Master from United Kingdom on June 05, 2012: Hi Peggy, another wonderful recipe for me to try, I love the picture of your grandma's handwritten recipe and the picture of your mother in the kitchen. Knowing what you write, I am certain that I would like whatever you do...so you have my permission. Part 1: The dough. Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on December 25, 2018: These pinwheel cookies look delicious and easy to make. 1 cup sugar. Bring to a boil. Angels are headed your way ps. Rebecca Mealey from Northeastern Georgia, USA on June 04, 2012: these look like they are to die for! Thanks for sharing the instructions and helpful pictures. Good wishes are being sent your way as well. Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on October 01, 2012: My husband actually thinks they get better after time. Ingredients: 1 cup butter, softened. Let me know. Place dates into small saucepan and add 1/4 cup sugar, dash of … These pinwheel cookies have a delightful old fashioned look that is totally cute but very tasty, too! Instructions for Making the Rolled Date Cookies. I never liked them much as a kid. Cool slightly. Wayback Wednesday: Is this South Park School? So glad to hear that you liked the sentimental touches of background information along with the actual recipe of this rolled cookie. https://thebakingpan.com/recipes/cookie/date-pinwheel-cookies Date Nut Pinwheel Cookies II. Yes...writing about and sampling these old timey recipes from the past is a journey not only in flavors and tastes but memories as well. They are both attractive and delicious. These rolled cookies with the dates and nuts are truly crowd pleasers. —Frieda Whiteley, Lisbon, Connecticut Another great recipe. Bookmark this recipe to cookbook online. Divide dough into three portions. They look delicious as well. They are a labor of love and reward one with a delicious flavor. The picture of your Mom is so cute in her what looks like her apron, wearing a shirt dress. ½ tsp. Roll into logs. Peggy Woods (author) from Houston, Texas on September 10, 2012: These old fashioned rolled cookies are indeed delicious. This is one of my mom's all time favorite Holiday Cookies. Filling 1 1/2 cup of … I'm going to add your Pinwheel Cookies to my Cookies on Pinterest. 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! I just happen to have some dates in the pantry so I've marked this to try. Place dates into small saucepan and add 1/4 cup sugar, dash of salt, and 1 1/4 cups of water. ½ cup chopped walnuts. Pinwheel cookies are an Amish favorite. Stir in water and 1/3 cup sugar. Learn how to cook great Orange date pinwheel cookies . Perhaps I will make one more batch prior to Christmas. You're so lucky you can bake, peggy!! apart on greased baking sheets. Jason Menayan from San Francisco on June 04, 2012: Wow, these look really yummy.

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