This delicious and oh-so-easy Halva-Stuffed Date recipe can be served with afternoon tea, as a side dish, or as a special holiday treat.
Try this delicious Date Shake from Executive Chef Paul Hancock of Miramonte Indian Wells Resort and Spa. The rum can be substituted with a teaspoon of vanilla.
A wintery spice cake with persimmons is flourless and dairy free. Have with a cup of tea and enjoy.
Before your New Year’s party, make a batch of bacon-wrapped dates stuffed with Manchego cheese and slivered almonds, and drizzled with honey.
What is great about energy bites is that they do not require any baking, they pack a bunch of protein and other good stuff to keep you going throughout the day, and they can be eaten for breakfast, snack, or dessert. This simple recipe calls for dates, coconut, and almond butter.
Cookies aren’t just for dessert. Deep down we all know this, but sometimes it takes a cookie dough loaded with fiber and protein to remind us of this fact.
You left the bananas sitting for days and they’re way ripe, again. Well, those bananas will thank you once you show them your baking skills with this recipe!
Sweet, salty, smokey with crunch, bacon and date appetizers are a perfect party food for fall and the holidays. Pair with a Garnacha wine for a match made in heaven.
Dare we say these snickers cups taste better than the candy? Plus, the caramel in this dessert is made of an innovative sweet date paste.
Medjool dates are stuffed with goat cheese, pecans, and thyme and then wrapped in a salty piece of prosciutto for a balanced bite.
Soft, chewy chocolate cake soaks up a sweet butterscotch sauce for a delightful dessert. Top with walnuts for the perfect crunch.
Easy recipe complete with sweet and tangy flavors. This slaw is an affordable and seasonal…
The Italian chef and cookbook author, Riccardo Costa, shows you how to prepare a perfect risotto with pecorino cheese, saffron, and artichokes. Watch and learn!
Cooked dates provide the sweetness in these treats which are easy to customize with dried fruits and nuts of your choice.
This ice cream making method requires no cooking and manages to be creamy and luscious while staying vegan.
These fiber-rich whole wheat muffins, made with apples, dates, chickpeas and walnuts are a delicious and healthy way to start the day.
Skip the time-consuming pastry crust and replace it with one made from cookie crumbs for a quick custard-based tart.
These sweet treats are naturally gluten free and bursting with flavor – the perfect party bites.
This sweet and tangy chutney can be used as a condiment to enhance the flavor of a dish or as a dip for anything from Samosas to banana chips.
It is important to use the correct dates, dark and soft like Medjool, to keep this loaf moist.
These bite-sized sweets come together in mere minutes and require no baking.
This carrot salad is a bit of a surprise and nothing like the average picnic-staple carrot salad you might be more familiar with.
This dish puts a spin on pesto with a spicy and smoky chipotle kick.
These No Bake Date Coconut Snow Balls are perfect for the Holidays – and so super easy since the food processor does all the work for you.
Granola gets a taste of fall in this pumpkin-spiced version.
Ambra Meda visits an up-scale boutique in Dubai entirely dedicated to the world a beloved exotic delicacy.
Sawsan shares one of her favorite quick bread recipes along with a few basic technical notes to guarantee your success in making quick bread every time.
This spiced pumpkin bread, studded with dates and walnuts, is a delicious for breakfast or snack. It can be served plain or toasted with butter or apple butter.
A lovely happiness-inducing vegan snack with just 4 natural ingredients.