Tuesdays with Dorie: Buttery Jam Cookies

December 16, 2008 at 1:33 am | Posted in cookies & bars, groups, sweet things, tuesdays with dorie | 33 Comments

buttery jam cookies 

TWD’s holiday cookie extravaganza continues, with Heather of Randomosity and the Girl choosing Buttery Jam Cookies as this week’s recipe.  These are pleasantly chewy, sturdy little cookies, with a surprisingly delicate flavor.  Lightly sweet and  jam-kissed (I used peach-apricot jam from Sarabeth’s) they keep their shape in the oven, so what you scoop is what you get.  I’ll certainly make them again– they were perfect with chamomile tea.

For the recipe, look in Baking: From My Home to Yours by Dorie Greenspan.  You can find it on Randomosity and the Girl, too.  Check out the TWD Blogroll to see lots of jammy cookies!

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  1. Mmmm. They look pretty yummy!

  2. my son really likes these. looks great!

  3. these look nice. Idea with some tea 🙂 or milk

  4. Peach-apricot jam sounds divine! And your cookies look awesome – just the type that once I started I wouldn’t be able to stop!

  5. They look very cute! Peach-Apricot jam sounds delicious too.

  6. Yes, I’ll definitely make these again also. We (Grumpy and myself!) totally loved them. I agree with Dorie, they are a perfect, side of the saucer cookie!

  7. Ta photo est très belle:)
    Je ne sais pas si cela vient du choix des confitures, mais je n’ai pas beaucoup apprécié ces biscuits…je ne leur trouve aucun goût 😦

  8. That jam sounds tasty, and jam-kissed is the perfect descriptor. Beautiful, and I agree that they’re perfect with tea.

  9. Beautiful Steph… you have a way to make even the simplest cookies, look wonderful.
    I love that we can see the specks of jam through the dough.

  10. Yours are beautiful.

    I ended up using strawberry jam

  11. Wonderful!

  12. Absolutely gorgeous…I love how the jam peeks through, don’t you? Very nice job and wonderful packaging, too.

  13. yum, they look like perfect little biscuits! 🙂 glad you enjoyed them!

  14. I too, liked the flavor, probably more with Sarabeth’s. Crisp photo. Looks so good.

  15. I like how you can see the chunks of jam in your cookies. I didnt really like them

  16. wonderful cookies. I like them with tea, but I bet milk is good too!

  17. I should have offered one to my husband – he just started drinking chamomile tea!!

  18. Wow, these look buttery beautiful! 🙂

  19. We really liked these cookies too. I love the way you presented yours. Very nice. I would never have tried these without twd.

  20. Yours look lovely, great job!

  21. No fair, your cookies look way more photogenic than mine! And they also look delicious. =)

  22. Super duper yummy! Yours look great! Very pretty, delicate and…and I want one now! 🙂

  23. Beautifully shaped cookies and the peach apricot jam sounds like a winner.

  24. What’s not to LOVE about these cookies…butter + jam = divine indulgence! Absolutely yummy!

  25. These would be good with peach/apricot jam! Looks like a wonderful little gift for someone!

  26. I dig that picture. They look so utterly tasty.

  27. those look perfect, wish I had made them

  28. Your cookies look buttery, jammy delicious!

  29. Those look delicious. I love the jam peeking out.

  30. These are so beautiful!

    Happy Holidays!

  31. Yours look beatiful — such gorgeous presentation! I agree that these would be great with a cup of tea!

  32. Funny how some loved and some didn’t. Guess I will have to try them and see. Yours look lovely

  33. These look delicious! Great job, glad you enjoyed them!


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