Don’t forget – Recipe contest submission!

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A well-loved recipe. Credit: deb roby/Flickr

Don’t forget to submit a recipe in our ONLINE Frugal Festival Food! contest to win gift cards from Restaurant.com, Basic Coupon organizers from The Coupon Wallet, and AllRecipes.com memberships. Plus, by submitting your original recipe you’ll get a FREE copy of the Frugal Festival Food eCookbook!

Include with your recipe submission your name and state, a brief sentence or two as to how the recipe came about, and an estimate of how much the recipe costs to make. The recipe can’t be taken directly from a book or online unless it is significantly altered (don’t want to infringe on any copyrights).

The contest ends Friday June 17! Submit your recipe by leaving a comment or emailing us. Good luck!

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3 responses to “Don’t forget – Recipe contest submission!

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  3. Nina Friedman

    Nina Friedman
    California

    This recipe comes from my Mom and her generation of Moms. The cost is about $2.50 for a batch of cookies.

    Healthy Date Cookies

    ingredients:
    3 1/2 cups of white flour.
    1 bar (4 oz) of margarine or butter
    1 small packet of yeast
    1 package of cooking dates (pitted)

    Instructions to make cookies.

    Mix yeast with 3/4 cups water, cover fir 19 minutes until water and yeast looks bubbily.

    Mix flour and margarine, and add the bubbily yeast a little at a time until the dough is stretch and soft. Once the dow is stretchy and soft place it in a bowl and cover with a towel to keep it warm. Weight for dough to rise (2 hours or so).

    When dough is ready, divide into 24 or 25 cookies. Make little round balls and then roll them individually. Place a ball of dates inside and close it up with the dough.
    roll the cookies with the dates inside into a nice round cookie. Place in Cookie pan.
    With a fork, stick the cookies several times to make a dotted design on the cookie and then place in a preheated oven of 350 deg. Cookies are delicious and they are not fattening.

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