Jam Thumbprint Cookies
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + chilling Bake: 20 min./batch
Makesabout 5 dozen
I like this recipe very much. The jam is put on the cookie before it is baked and I prefer doing it this way. I always use homemade red raspberry jam because my daughter-in-law in a real fan of red raspberries and this is one of her favorite cookies. It makes a pretty cookie on a cookie tray at Christmas.
I had the same problem. It was all crumbs. Could not roll them I to balls. Disappointing and a waste of ingredients.
My mom, little sister and I make these often. They're also great because I have an egg allergy and we just omit the egg wash for my few! My grandpa raves about these cookies when we make them for him and my grandma loves that her house smells like a bakery for the rest of the day.
they were good. I didn't put them in the fridge since the dough was already workable. by the end it was too crumbly though and difficult to work with. I also only baked them for 10 minutes. they are too small for longer temperature.
I could not make these cookies. The batter just crumbled and was worse after the 30 min. in the fridge. What did I do wrong? It appears that it needs more liquid. There was not a chance to roll it into a ball, it just crumbled into a million little crumbs. Help! Thanks, Joanne
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These cookies were excellent! I made my batch with raspberry preserves. I made an error following the recipe, I dipped the whole cookie in the egg & water and rolled the whole cookie in the coconut-instead of just the tops. We're coconut fans so it wasn't a problem & I think it even added to the already great recipe! I will definitely make these again.