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Date Filled Cookies (1925)
Ethnicity:American     Food Type:Cookies
Preparation Time:30     Servings:n/a
Author: Grandma Jane (Jenny) Iverson   Email    
Ingredients:
  • FILLING:
  • 1-Cup Dates
  • 1-Cup Water
  • some sugar
  • 1-Tsp. Vanilla


  • DOUGH
  • 1-Cup Fat (Butter or Crisco - better if Butter)
  • 1-1/2 Cup Brown Sugar
  • 2-Large Eggs
  • 3-Cups Flour
  • 1-Tsp cream of tarter
  • 1-Tsp vanilla
  • 1-Tsp baking soda
  • 1-Tbsp hot water

  • Steps:
  • FILLING: Cook Dates water and pinch of sugar till thick. Add vanilla and cool. Can cool over night!
  • Dough: Mix Dough ingredients and roll out. Chilling dough over night makes it easier to roll!
  • Put about 2 Tbsp (or more) of filling onto dough and fold over and pinch. Bake at 350 for 10 minutes. This was my Grandma's Iversons recipe and my favorite cookie when I was a kid.

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