It is a traditional Algerian coffee snack, but tastes amazing and all raw! :)
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Recipe Directions

1. Blend dates, honey (or agave nectar) and anise seed in the food processor, and then work in coarsely chopped nuts.

2. Shape into marble-sized balls and roll in confectioner's sugar (optional).

3. Keep refrigerated.

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By Larsik

It is a traditional Algerian coffee snack, but tastes amazing and all raw! :)

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I love dates and walnuts!

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It sounds delicious, what about if instead sugar we roll them in coccnut flakes.

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I'm very excited to try this, aniseed is a flavor I never use, but love!

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3relefords Aniseeds is tiny oval seeds that give a sweet licorice flavor to cookies and other desserts.I think you book lub members will love it.:)

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What flavor does the aniseed add? I would love to make this for my book club members.

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Majomi Yes you can roll them in coconut flakes or even almonds or any other sweet flakes u like!!!

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I'm very excited to try this, aniseed is a flavor I never use, but love!

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It sounds delicious, what about if instead sugar we roll them in coccnut flakes.

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I love dates and walnuts!

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