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Eat Christmas Cookies, A Food Blog(ga) Event

Posted on: 2nd Dec 2007

Eat-Christmas-Cookies

This is my entry for “Eat Christmas Cookies” event organized by Susan from Food Blogga.
Deadline is December 17th so you still have few days to visit her page and send your entry.

Cranberry Jam Cookies

INGREDIENTS

2 cups plain flour
125g (half bar) unsalted butter (softened)
¾ cup golden caster sugar
2 tbs vanilla sugar
2-3 eggs
150g cranberry jam / conserve
icing sugar to sprinkle over the cookies

METHOD

Combine flour, butter, sugar, vanilla sugar, eggs and knead till smooth.
Divide dough into 30 pieces. From each piece create a ball and flatten it in your hands to about 8 mm thick.
Place on baking tray, press cookie in the middle with your finger or some tool to create about 1 cm wide space for jam.
Place a little bit of jam in the hole, but not too much because it will come out during baking.
Repeat the same with other dough pieces.
Bake in preheated oven to 150°C (302°F) till golden, for about 40 minutes.
Sprinkle cookies with icing sugar and leave to cool down before serving.

This recipe makes 30 small round cookies (5 cm wide).

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Margot DOLEWSKA DYER ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Margot DOLEWSKA DYER is Brighton based blogger dedicated to crafts, recipes, reviews, food styling and photography. She is also behind 416 Studios specializing in web design & photo retouching. You can connect with her via Google+.

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Comments

  1. These are so lovely, Margot. And I’m so pleasantly surprised that they’re easy to make as well. Wouldn’t they be perfect for a brunch or a tea party too? Thanks so much for submitting them to Eat Christmas Cookies!

  2. Yes, I made them with cranberry jam to make them more Christmasy :) but they are very popular in Poland with all kinds of jam, eaten at any occasion.

  3. yum! I like the cranberry jam here! very Christmassy indeed.

  4. these sound delicious. i do love the photo, margot. you always have simple yet stunning pictures.

  5. What a delicious recipe to take part in the event, Margot!

  6. Delicious. I would love to eat them :-)

  7. Lovely cookies, Margot. Hope you and the family are well.

  8. These look scrumptious!

    By the way… I tagged you for a meme!

  9. These are beautiful and I love cranberries too! ; )

  10. [...] on Ann’s stunning White Christmas Cookies. Or warm up with a hot tea and Margot’s Christmassy Cranberry Jam Cookies dusted with a snowy white icing [...]

  11. Hey Margot! Just wanted you to know I included your delicious cookie in my latest article at Foodie View. Happy Holidays!

  12. These look so tasty :-)!! Compliments!! Happy Holidays!! :-)

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