April 12, 2017 eazynazy 40Comment

Medjool dates have been cultivated for thousands of years for their sweet, rich flavor. They’re a type of fruit that grows on date palm trees in hot, dry climates such as the Middle East, Africa and California.Eating medjool dates satisfies your sweet tooth while providing energy, vitamins and minerals needed to maintain overall health.


I have been spending a lot of money on these Chocolate covered stuffed Madjool Dates  from so many years without knowing they were so easy  and simple to make, it’s hardly a recipe.

All you do is remove the pit from each date, and slide in your favorite dry fruit (I have used pistachio and walnuts). Then dunk each date in a hot tub of warm, organic dark chocolate.

I topped mine with coconut , walnut, pistachio and white chocolate. Feel free to leave them well enough alone if you prefer.

They take all of 10 minutes to make. Pop them in the fridge until the chocolate gets nice and firm, and you’re ready to serve.

These definitely make a Rich, Unique and Fancy Treat to serve your Family and Friends.



Preparation time : 20 Minutes

Cooking Time : 10 minutes

Ingredients :

  1. 9 Medjool Dates
  2. 5ozs of Dark chocolate Melted
  3. 1 tsp Butter
  4. Walnuts,Pistachio,Almonds for stuffing
  5. Powder of Walnuts ,Pistachio,Coconuts for sprinkling
  6. Melted White chocolate coned to make your customized designs.


Procedure :

  • Make a small cut and remove pit from each Date
  • Stuff the Dates with your favorite Dry fruit
  • Melt the chocolate in a bowl by adding some Butter.
  • Dip the stuffed Dates into the Melted Chocolate by using a Thong or a Skewer.
  • Place them on a Wax paper to cool.
  • Sprinkle with coconut,walnut and Pistachio powder.
  • Refrigerate for 10 Minutes or until chocolate shell is firm .
  • After the chocolate shell is firm, Make your customized designs with white chocolate  and let them cool for another 10 minutes.
  • Enjoy the two-bite treat !!

40 thoughts on “Chocolate Covered Stuffed Dates

  1. I am not a big sweets kind of person myself, however most of my family enjoys anything and everything that is hehe. These look great though – I will pass this along to them! 🙂

  2. Would love to try making this some day! I have experimented with truffles in the past, but this is a whole other level considering I love dates!

  3. It’s been a long time since I last had dates. I think it’s a lovely combination with chocolate. I can only imagine how good these taste! YUM!

  4. Okay so… this confirms that bacon and chocolate make everything better. I said I would NEVER eat prunes until one of my friends wrapped it in bacon and served it to me. YUM. I love chocolate, so I’m willing to try a prune dipped in that too. Thanks for this post.

  5. These sound like such a delicious treat. The finished product looks so amazing, who knew they were so simple to make?? I’m totally making these for my next party!

  6. When I first saw dates, it reminded me of the date shakes we also get in southern California. But you’re right, these look much easier to make than I would have guessed.

  7. These look so good I can not wait to give them a try. I am always looking for healthier treats to try making.

  8. All of my favorite ingredients together, yeah! Will be definitely be trying this recipe out thanks for sharing dear 🙂

  9. Interesting desert! I have never had dates before. They end product looks similar to the box of chocolates that are sold often around Valentine’s day. They look delectable!

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