These were delicious. I used jarred raspberry and jarred peach jam instead of making the jam but they still turned out well. The were kind of crunchy but still good. These would be nice to serve with tea or at a shower.
Raspberry Thumbprint Cookies
Goldberg Posted: 08/16/09
lhansen Posted: 05/14/10
I made this as a healthier dessert alternative for a school function. The children loved them. They are very good. My daughter askked for more.
Beuhlak Posted: 12/13/09
These were AWESOME! How could anything w/almond paste be bad? I followed the recipe to a T, with the exception of adding jarred preserves (& lemon curd) before baking. I found that you need a little extra filling due to shrinkage, if you choose this method. Not sure how anyone would get 3 dozen from this dough, I wasn't even sure I could get 2! I managed to get 28, after carefully measuring each to make sure they were no more than an inch. Oh, and using the cork really makes a difference! They came out looking just like the photo! Super yummy and not too sweet. PERFECT! A DEFINITE keeper!
Hollypop Posted: 07/01/11San Diego, CA
These were great cookies. I used pre-made raspberry jam to save time and they were a hit. Will definitely keep these in my recipe file.