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Moist and good keepers(if you hide them!). Substituted raisins for the dates. For a quick way to dress them up if you don't have time to make frosting simply shake cinnamon sugar over the cookies before putting them in the oven. Can't keep these around!
I made this in bar form and instead of using dates & raisins I used dried cranberries and white chocolate chips. The consistency is more like a cake than a cookie. They were very moist. I think if I made it again I'd use real butter instead of shortening and maybe more spices.
great caky cookie. I did the drop cookies and you really only need 1/2t to make each one. I didn't have nutmeg so I adjusted the cinnamon to 1 1/2 t. The 1st batch was too big and ran together a bit. I also skip the icing they're great the way they are
These were absolutely delicious! The apple and dates combo worked very well. I doubled the spices because we like 'em really spicy halved the brown sugar and added 1/3c honey and they were plenty sweet moist and flavorful. These just may be my new favorite cookie.
I put 2 cups of apples in cause we had a whole bunch to use up that we picked about two weeks ago. I also added about a cup of chocolate chips and skipped the nuts and dates all together. I put it in the conventional oven and its taking longer than 10 minutes to bake I think it's just my oven thats the problem but they sure smell good!