Tuesdays with Dorie DC: Mulled Wine Jammers

December 21, 2021 at 9:54 pm | Posted in cookies & bars, DC, groups, sweet things, tuesdays with dorie | 2 Comments
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mulled wine jammers

Baking with TWD, I’ve made Dorie’s jammers every which way over the years, once even as a galette. No matter the variation in flavor or shape, the formula is the same: a sweet and sandy sablé base is topped with jam and ringed with sweet streusel. Mulled Wine Jammers are the winter holiday edition of the classic fave. A semi-homemade mulled wine filling, made by jazzing up shop-bought cherry jam with red wine, spices and dried fruit, is the star of the show here.

Dorie forms these jammers in the usual round fashion, as cookies baked in a muffin tin…but I remembered seeing Joy the Baker make her own version of the recipe baked as bar cookies a couple of years ago, and I never got that good idea out of my head. I knew I wanted to give it a shot when the recipe finally rolled around for us. (Shall I say I’d been “mulling” it over for some time?) I only wanted to make half a recipe, so I pressed the crust into a 6-inch square pan, and proceeded like normal. Baking them off as bars took out a bit of the fiddly work needed to form them individually, but they are delicious, however you make them!

For the recipe, see Dorie’s Cookies by Dorie Greenspan. Don’t forget to check out the rest of the TWD Blogroll!

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  1. Here I thought I was using your great shortcut…and you had even a better one hahaha! Great idea to just put in a pan…sooo much easier than even the way I did it. Yours look great…and they certainly were a winner!

  2. This is brilliant – I have a recipe similar to this but never thought of it as being “jammers squared” ! I need to make it like this next time!


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