3 Simple & Satisfying Savories
A date is a sweet fruit that is good for the tummy, heart, and a long list of other health-producing benefits. Dates are loaded with fiber, potassium, copper, magnesium, and vitamin B6.
Research has it that dates keep arthritis and Alzheimer’s disease away. The high magnesium count has been shown to lower blood pressure and reduce stroke risk when 100 milligrams are consumed per day. They are quick energy boosters too.
I’m not a researcher. Nevertheless, I am a reader discovering natural ways for better health. Dates offer so much to good health care that I serve these three sweet date treats at teas and other social gatherings.
May you find these simple treats tasty and personally beneficial as you "practice hospitality"(Romans 12:13). These date recipes are so quick to make that my husband and I eat them as a quick energy snack.
To learn more about the benefits of eating dates, search “dates benefits” to be amazed by how this ancient fruit helps tummies, hearts, and so much more.
Serve with simple hospitality and recipes. Serve on!
Whole dates with three easy fillings.
Slice lengthwise a whole date and remove the pit.
1. Fill a date with a small slice of brie and add a whole pecan.
2. Fill a date with smooth peanut butter and top with a whole almond.
3. Fill a date with unsweetened coconut flakes and top with a whole walnut.
These treats are always a healthy hit.
As well as being a make-ahead treat.