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Chocolate-Raspberry Thumbprints

Chocolate-Raspberry Thumbprints recipe
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Here's an idea you can put your own thumbprint on. Make these with your kids for a super-easy, delectably chocolaty gift idea.
20 min
45 min
27 servings, 2 cookies each
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pretty easy and pretty tasty. did 1/2 unsweetened and 1/2 semi-sweet chocolate.
These cookies were delicious, brownie-like in texture, and quite chocolately, though only after some tweaking of the recipe. Best of all, they served as an excellent vessel to hold jam (used homemade preserves). The jam did not run all over the place as so often happens when making thumbprint cookies. I am only giving the recipe 4 stars, because as others have mentioned you need to use half-semi and half unsweetened chocolate. I also added a generous tablespoon of unsweetened cocoa to the flour to enhance the overall complexity of the chocolate flavor. To prevent the cookie from spreading too much in the oven and the jam from running out, I chilled the dough several times over, i.e., first overnight in the fridge, then again after I rolled the dough into balls, then for 10 minutes after I formed the cups (rolled in sugar one more time to eliminate finger prints) and filled with the jam,i.e., right before putting them into the oven. Also, because the cookies do nonethele
The recipe is faulty in that directions say bake until lightly browned. These are chocolate cookies. They are brown. Additional guidelines should be given to test for doneness. I followed the recipe exactly and they are tasteless blobs of chocolate and the raspberry jam ran and was colorless. I finally dusted them with powdered sugar so they would look better.
Made this almost exactly, the only thing I changed was using semi-sweet baker's squares rather than the unsweetened. They ended up being amazing! And on a side note using the raspberry jam with seeds is great with these also.
These cookies did not turn out very sweet at all- they were chewy and nice looking but not sweet enough. I'm not sure if more sugar should be added or use sweet/semi-sweet chocolate but they just weren't sweet enough, or flavorful enough in general. I wouldn't make this recipe again without modifying it.
These were a waste of my time and my ingredients. Much too dry and very tasteless. Don't even consider making these.
The cookies were good and well-loved by the 1st graders but it too long to make with too many ingredients and steps. Need something quicker next time.
I rated this recipe when I first made it, I gave it a low rating. Turns out that my family really liked this cookie, so I would like to retract my earlier 2 star rating.
I've made 3 times and love them! I do prefer the seeded jam,tried unseeded,the seeded seems to firm a bit.Either way excellent! Followed recipe exact.May try next time with a little semi-sweet choc sub for the unsweet.They're fabulous!
These cookies were awesome ! I changed the chocolate from 4 unsweetened to 2 unsweetened and 2 semisweet (Bakers) I made the indention with the back of a round 1/2 teaspoon and filled it with 1/4 teaspoon of jam . They came out purrfect !
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