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Easy Jam-Filled Cookies

Easy Jam-Filled Cookies recipe
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Our easy bake and slice technique for this classic favorite will save you lots of time in the kitchen.
30 min
1 hr 27 min
48 servings, 1 cookie each
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I was very disappointed in this recipe. Almost like bread dough, not much flavor though. Wish it had more flavor, husband wasn't happy with it.
Easy? Making those logs, the dough was sticking to my fingers, and couldn't shape it at all. Just let it hang to get long enough. Ended up spraying the spoon handle with Pam so it wouldn't stick to it. But they did taste o.k.
These cookies are great. Slicing makes a unique shape and really speeds up the process. I like to make huge bowls of mixed cookies for the holidays and this adds a nice touch of color. It is one of my 9 favorites!
i love this cookies. friends asked for the recipe and they really tried it and liked it as much as i do.
A little difficult to make, and there seemed to be too much dough, but yummy! I suggest baking them on parchment paper and or a silicone baking mat.
I made these cookies for Christmas. After reading all of the reviews first before making them, I thought they were going to be good. I found them to be quite dry and they didn't really have that much flavor.
Easy to make & really good!
I have made this recipe twice, both times for Christmas. The recipe recommendations I would make are, use parchment paper on your cookie sheets because the dough is very sticky, roll the dough into logs between the palms of your hand in the air not on a counter top (if you do it on the counter top you will need to use flour and too much flour will make the cookies dry), you will need more nuts and jam than the recipe calls for, the dough itself is not supposed to be sweet so if you are looking for a sweeter cookie make the depression for the jelly deeper and add more, the cream cheese makes the cookie moist and flavorful they won't dry out unless you over bake them, I use a spatuala to lift up the log to see if the underneath is slightly golden that is when they are fully baked, also use your finger to make the depression the spoon does not work!!! I have had great results with this recipe and everyone loves the cookies and asks me for the recipe. If you know what you are doing you sho
These are amazing! It's like a cake cookie and strawberry jam all in one! I took them to work and they were devoured! Yum
These are great with a cup of coffee and also as a breakfast treat.
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