"I made these once for my boyfriend Tyler who is of very discriminating taste. Now he begs me to make them!!!" — Aja C.
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2 2/3 cups
white chocolate, chopped
1/2 (1 ounce) square
I have to tell you--my husband told me he liked raspberry thumbprint cookies so I decided to surprise him with a batch tonight when he gets home from work. I knew what they looked like, but when I pulled up this recipe, I was surprised to see these had a glaze and white chocolate chunks in them. I made them and they are one of the best tasting cookies I have baked in a long time! And oh, so cute, when I drizzled the glaze over them. They took some time to make but I would say it's worth it. My advice is to try this recipe and you will be delighted. They are soft and tasty. (Oh, yes, the recipe didn't say how to prepare the pan. I found out you must grease the baking pan or else they will stick. I sprayed mine with cooking oil.)
These weren't bad but found they lacked in flavor - i would have preferred them a bit sweeter. I also had a hard time with timing them in the oven, first batch i baked for time suggested in the recipe but found the centers weren't baked. Not sure if i'll try again.
These are awesome, but don't store them in a ziplock bag or they'll get mushy.
I highly recommend doubling this recipe. They are beyond yummy! My kids kept eating them before I could get the glaze on. They are gorgeous too. I'm going to add these to my special Christmas cookies I make every year.
Can't say enough about these. Thanks!
These cookies are definitely a big hit. People are impressed and love them. However, these are a lot of work for sure, and I had a bit of a hard time with these at first, so I have the following tips: 1. refrigerate the dough so it is easier to handle before you bake the cookies, 2. in my opinion, the best dough to jam ratio is 1/2 tbsp of dough to 1/2 tsp of jam, 3. using my fingers to make the indents didn't work for me so I used the back of the 1/2 teaspoon making sure there is enough dough left at the bottom so the jam doesn't seep through. Give yourself lots of time to make these and then enjoy the delicious result!
I don't really like white chocolate, so every where it called for white chocolate I used dark chocolate. It worked wonderfully! Also, an 8-10 cook time worked great for me. I think the 5 minutes the cookies cool on the sheet really help them get done.
Good cookies! The prep time is defininitely high, but they're mmm mmm good :) I would recommend baking them for longer than suggested... about 12-14 min.
yum! these take a little time to make but are well worth it!!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Tyler's Raspberry Thumbprints with White Chocolate Glaze
Serving Size: 1/48 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 48
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 39
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