Poppy Seed Thumbprints
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 10 min./batch + cooling
Needs more flavor and I also added 1/4 tsp lemon oil.
The lemon peel here with the poppy seeds topped with the raspberry jam makes these a winner.
I made these for my mom's annual cookie exchange, and they were a hit!
MaryRose- If you bake a cookie 3 minutes longer than the recipe calls, of course they are going to come out hard. It has nothing to do with the amount of flour. Cookies always harden after baking, so if you take them out soft and doughy in the middle, they will be chewy when they are cool.
I have been making poppy seed cookies for54 years, this recipe is so delicious and easyto make. I didn't have canola oil so I used Mazola oil. I used my homemade pineapple-plum jam. I also used a smallicecream scoop and I was finished makingthem in no time. I even filled 4 cookies with Nutella also very good. Had to hidesome for myself before the grandkids andbig kids got at them. This will be on my listto make again.
LOVED this recipe! So easy to make...very tasty.I didn't have raspberry jam...so used rhubarb/strawberry jam instead. I didn't have enough jam for one pan of cookies so substitued mini chocolate chips instead of the jam. Delicious. This recipe is a keeper!
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I used all butter and homemade raspberry jam. They look lovely and taste great!
Delicious! I used homemade strawberry rhubarb jam mixed with a little of homemade plum jelly and added 1/8 tsp of almond extract in place of the lemon peel because I didn't have any. They turned out great and I believe my boyfriend will love them too!
Mary-Rose I'm sorry you're disappointed. I can assure you that all published recipes are tested multiple times before they ever hit the pages of our magazines. In addition to that, if we notice a recipe getting multiple bad reviews here on the website we send it back to the Test Kitchen for another run through.