Recipe by SDSMarvin
"These are my favorite. You can use any flavor jam you want. The servings will depend on the size of your cookies. If you use the Wilton® bags, you can skip a step and just melt the chocolate in the bag."
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cream of tartar
seedless raspberry jam
white chocolate chips
red sugar sprinkles, or as desired
These are very good. I put the jam in a small ziploc bag and "piped" it into holes I made with the back of a wooden spoon, that worked out very well. They are really festive looking if you do the white chocolate and red sugar. I'll definitely make them again!
I tried these and they didn't turn out the way the picture looks. I dont know what I did wrong. they were as flat as the cookie sheet. please tell me what i can do different.
These are the absolute best cookies I have ever had! I made a double batch to take to work and they were gone in minutes!
Absolutely delicious! Everyone loved these and they make a wonderful presentation.
My family liked these quite a bit but I think next time I will skip the white chocolate and sugar garnish as they're really great just by themselves.
These were simply amazing. I've tried a couple other thumbprint recipes before and there was always something wrong with them. This one is simple (no nuts or frills) and it tasted oh so good! I followed the recipe exactly except I didn't have 3 hours to refrigerate the dough. I did put it in the fridge for about an hour though and the consistency while rolling into balls was fine. I used the back of a 1/4 tsp to make the indentations and I put the jelly into a bag and piped it on. I used strawberry jam and the little chunks made it a little messy at times, but most of them came out looking great. And the ones that didn't... well they sure didn't go to waste! I melted about a cup of white chocolate and maybe used half of that for the cookies. They are sweet enough and don't need the white chocolate, but it does make them look nice.
Loved this recipe !! It was easy and the cookies came out perfect ! Instead of the sprinkles I used green melting chips to make them look festive ... Posted pics don't know why the green ones posted so many times... Will be making these every year .
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
White Chocolate Raspberry Thumbprint Cookies
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 100
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