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  Mrs. Rivka R.'s Healthy Whole Wheat Hamantaschen
 
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Submitted:
  2011-03-17
Prep Time:
  not specified
Yield:
  1
Difficulty Level:
  Moderate
Category:
  Pareve
Meal:
  Light Snack
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Course:
  Other Desserts
Health Conscious:
  Low Sugar
Cuisine:
  not specified
Cooking Method:
  Bake
Occasion:
  Purim
Main Ingredients:
  not specified
Source:
  Mrs. Rivka R.
Bracha:
  Mezonos

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they are also delicious!
 
Ingredients
1 cup oil
1.5 cups honey
3 eggs
1 tsp vanilla
3 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt

whole wheat pastry flour...or any whole wheat flour will do.

(optional add orange rind...they sell organic ground orange peel if you like to avoid those pesticides...and half tsp. cinnamon)

one package of prunes

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don't over stuff hamantashen with filling. about half tsp. to one tsp. depending on size of hamantashen. make sure they are well sealed.

DONT OVERBAKE HAMANTASHEN, or they will be dry, and no one will want to taste healthy hamantashen again..
 
Comments / Reviews
Hello, this year I have decided to start ny Purim preparations early. I was looking for a healthy Hamantaschen recipes and came across yours. Sounds very enticing and I would love to make them. However, I am quite a novice to baking and need 'for Dummies' type of instructions. So, I have decided to bother you you with some questions. 1. How much flour do I use (at least a ball park)? 2. How big is a package of prunes? I normally buy from a local grocer, who 'creates' his own 'pa
ailuy, 2012-02-06
I just made these healthy hamentaschen and they came out really good! I didn't have enough honey so I used 1/2 cup honey and 3/4 cup brown sugar. The flour amount was around 4 cups. They did taste healthy and looked a little different (maybe because of the brown sugar) but were still eaten up! Enjoy!
yts, 2012-02-23
 
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Pareve
Moderate
Mezonos
Low Sugar
Purim
Bake
Light Snack
Kid Favorites
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